Behind The Scenes Of “Diggers'” – Favorite Finds

Each week, KG and Ringy of Diggers uncover treasures and duds both big and small. But do you ever wish you could ask the Diggers dudes about their best bounties?

Here, Ringy gives us a behind-the-scenes look at one of his favorite digs – the smallest artifact he’s ever uncovered.

Tinier than a pea, Ringy’s tiniest find isn’t even made of metal, making his unearthing of the rare treasure even more remarkable.

Watch Ringy describe his dig below, and don’t miss two all-new episodes of Diggers tonight at 10 and 10:30P.


  1. Gordon Bussard
    Burbank, CA
    March 20, 2014, 9:38 am

    Thanks for bringing Diggers back this season, it really is a fun show to watch. In fact, it is my favorite show. I love the history mixed with the excitement and anticipation of unearthing treasures (and non treasures). The Digger’s enthusiasm is contagious.

  2. C L Long
    March 21, 2014, 7:00 pm

    These two guys are to metal detecting what the iceberg was to the titanic. In all the time I have been metal detecting, and all of the people I have met while engaging in this activity I have never, and I mean never heard the words nector, or juice, or whatever. It’s like watching two school boys. Making up stuff as they go along. Where Nat Geo dug up these two, well they need to put them back. Nat Geo needs to get some real honest to goodness metal detectionist. People who don’t insult ones intelligence. I’m sorry Nat Geo but you really blew it with these two. Just ask people who partisapte in the great activity of metal detecting.

  3. GStoneCo
    The South
    May 17, 2014, 8:52 am

    If I hear the word Nectar one more time I am going to throw up!