While cousin Chris is out hunting ghosts, Dustin and the guys watch their backs as rival relic hunters try to take them down. Watch the full episode.
Dustin makes an old-fashioned deal with cousin Chris. Watch the deleted scene from Chamber Potluck.
With D'Roy's Civil War re-enactment approaching, the guys are on the hunt for Confederate relics, but it's a boom-or-bust mission when they bring heavy artillery to get treasure. Watch the full episode.
D'Roy finds buried treasure and it's not quite what he thought. What does he uncover? Watch the deleted scene to find out.
When the Taylors discover they are cut off at their favorite bar, Dustin and the gang head to an abandoned landfill hoping to find enough relics to pay off their massive bar tab. Think they can do it? Watch the full episode.
The gang tries everything they have to convince their local bar owner of a relic's worth. Watch this blooper.
Dustin and his team venture down the East Pearl River where the water level is so low they might actually find some remnants of pirate treasure. But, this treasure isn't the easiest one to bring home. And, with rival relic hunters and wild animals to fend... Read Full Summary »
While cousin Chris is out hunting pirate ghosts, Dustin and the guys go digging at an old abandoned dairy farm, but they must stay close to their treasures as rival relic hunters try to take them down.... Read Full Summary »
With D'Roy's Civil War re-enactment approaching, the guys are on the hunt for Confederate relics collectors would crave, but it's a boom-or-bust mission when the guys have to bring in the heavy artillery in order to get to their treasure.... Read Full Summary »
Swamp Hunters follows D'Roy and Dustin Taylor, relic hunters in Louisiana's huge Honey Island Swamp. Working with their extended family, the pair searches for items left behind long ago by the kind of pirates, outlaws, gangsters and militiamen that traditionally called this inhospitable environment home. When D'Roy and Dustin find something worth selling, they head to the local antique dealers, collectors and pawnshops to hawk their goods, turning muddy relics into pure gold.