In Martinez, Calif., Al and Herb discover a huge burl. In Kentucky, Billy Taylor races to fill a large order, while on the Delaware River, eel fisherman Ray Turner hopes for a large catch, and on the Maine mudflats, tensions flare.
Burl hunters Al and Herb have discovered a pepperwood burl. Billy is in a race against time to fill an order. And eel fisherman Ray is hoping to make one last, large catch. FILTHY RICHES airs Saturdays on National Geographic Channel.
A new burl discovery may be worth $15,000. The bloodworm hunters argue about where to dig.
A new burl discovery may be worth $15,000. On the last day of ginseng season, Billy Taylor races to fill a 70-pound order. Ray Turner hopes for one last catch before the end of the eel migration. The bloodworm hunters argue about where to dig.
Ray Turner must fill a 50 pound eel order in one day, Albert DeSilva must remove two large burls from a canyon, Jim Campbell and Andy Johns take a dangerous path to new worms, and Billy Taylor is needs to impress a new client.
Albert must race to to fill a 5,000-pound order of veneer burl. He finds two burls he thinks will work, but extracting them will be a dangerous operation. FILTHY RICHES airs Sundays on National Geographic Channel.
Eel fisherman, Ray Turner, is having a difficult time keepin up with the demand for his smoked eels.
The eel fisherman is having a difficult time keeping up with the demand for his smoked eels. The bloodworm hunters risk dangerous conditions to hunt in a new spot. The burlers race to fill a 5,000 pound order of veneer burl.
Billy Taylor calls on his local network of root diggers, on the mudflats of Maine, Jim and Andy are out to prove they dig the best bloodworms, Chris and Levena try to fill a chef’s order in Indiana, and in Oregon, Al and Greg go after a burl.
The burlers struggle to remove 300 pounds of burl when the brakes on their six-wheeler fail.
The bloodworm hunters want to prove that they dig the best bloodworms around. The mushroom hunters are forced to camp out in the forest to fill a new order. The burlers struggle to remove 300 pounds of burl when the brakes on their six-wheeler fail.
In Kentucky Billy and sons gather ginseng roots; mushroomers Chris and Levena hut for hen- and chicken-of-the-woods in Indiana; on the Delaware River Ray adds smoked trout to his store; and out west Al and Greg harvest valuable pepperwood burls.
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