Spencer and Jason are still kicking, but busy with other aspects of life. Spencer’s business, SAR Global Tool is expanding, and Jason has filled what spare time he has working on photography, film and church work. On top of that, he is awaiting surgery on his wrist. A real bummer for a metal detecting enthusiast. … More We are still alive!
We have obviously been away from the keyboard and the editing software for a little while, but that does not mean we have not been hunting. It is prime hunting season and we have been trying to invest our time wisely. Life is full of priorities that we each have to establish and follow. For … More A quick dig with a new friend
This Quickdig release is more of an update of what we are striving to do to bring you , the viewer, a more enhanced viewing experience. In this Quickdig, Jason introduces us to the new mounts he and Spencer are using to capture the readouts of their Garrett AT Gold and AT Pro. Future enhancements should include audio from the machines as well.
We have gotten a few hunts in recently, but a huge project at work is tying up my editing time. We have some great stories developing as Spencer has posted and we can not wait to bring you what we are finding out. After the end of this week, I will be back at the … More New Quick Digs in the works
Introducing our first full episode of D.U.G., a show about metal detecting that goes beyond the find to bring you the story and the people behind the object that was found. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed making it!
We have officially finished shooting all the footage for our first true episode of D.U.G. Discovered Under Ground. We have decided to release what we are calling Quick Digs to feature certain items that are cool, but just maybe not material to make a whole episode out of. Our first regular episode will feature the … More Things are rolling faster now!
Two Barber coins in one week. Check out the 1909 New Orleans Half Dollar Spencer pulls out of the ground.
This is an article from our local paper after we recovered an engagement ring that had been lost for 21 years.
It is hard enough to keep up with all that has been happening for DUG, much less write about it in a timely manner. Since starting this blog, we have plunged head first into relic hunting and have left the days of junk collecting far behind. We have so many cool finds to share, we … More So much has been happening…