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From looking ducks to looking treasure, Jase and Jep Robertson — whose new clearly show “Duck Spouse and children Treasure” premiered on Fox Country this week — set out in research of one thing new.
But while they may well not have struck gold (cash), what they have identified alongside the way is potentially a thing even additional important: camaraderie.
“This is the actual treasure,” Jase advised Fox News Electronic in an exclusive job interview Thursday, describing a sentimental minute involving their close friend and fellow “Duck Spouse and children Treasure” star Murry Crowe. “You won’t be able to fake these literal chills correct now.”
The job interview marks the conclusion of a days-long publicity tour for the duration of which the Brothers Robertson and “Duck Dynasty” alum promoted the launch of their five-component collection that options the return of beloved Uncle Si and specialist treasure hunter Crowe.
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From appropriate apparel (mud boots for starters) to putting on the ideal angle, Jase and Jep shared their treasure-searching knowledge, and how the practical experience differs from hunting ducks.
“You can treasure hunt 12 months out of the yr, daylight to dim” Jase advised Fox Information Digital, noting that, by distinction, the duck-looking season only spans 3-4 months.
“But you have to stay beneficial,” Jase inspired, describing a instant in the new collection when he required to call it quits.
“It was in my mother nature just to say, ‘This is just not doing the job out. Let us go somewhere else.’ But it was enjoyment for us because… when you do obtain anything breathtaking, it is like that uncooked emotion pours out because you’ve got been hunting six hours and have identified practically nothing. And then all of a sudden you might be like, ‘Oh, wow, what is this?’”
“Just be client,” Jase urged.
Though the brothers have undoubtedly experienced success, telling both of those FOX Business’ Stuart Varney and Fox Information Electronic this 7 days that they have located treasure well worth as much as $50,000 — viewers will have to stream the sequence to come across out what — they stressed it is really not about the revenue.
Jep, who stated he tends to stumble on jewelry when searching, described a diamond ring he’d identified and why he selected not to sell it.
“I imagined it was actually amazing. And then I went and showed my daughter, my oldest daughter is 19, and I had that ring, and I was like, ‘Here you go, baby’… And she continue to wears it to this day. And I located it in the ground,” Jep told Fox Information Digital.
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Jase echoed the value of sentimental value, sharing a story about a good friend who’d located a war medal that had been missing and buried decades previously — the operator of which was tracked down. “He just wept, of course, since it introduced again all individuals reminiscences.”
“And so people issues are just priceless to me, due to the fact it can be genuinely about these associations for me and all the things you obtain notify a tale. And on the clearly show we make up a large amount of stories about what we believe mainly because you are going to find things real close collectively, and you might be like, I’m starting off to put this story with each other about this,” Jase said.
“So I consider it tends to make it exciting and you use your creativeness, but it does give you a window into what life was like 130, 200 years back.”
When questioned if the Brothers Robertson are no extended hunting ducks, they confident their fans the duck simply call just isn’t dead:
“We’re not finished with ducks,” Jase informed Fox Information Digital.
“But I do assume the searching part of it is what drew me to treasure looking,” Jep extra, likening the expertise to fishing. “You by no means know what you happen to be going to get.”
Subscribers can stream all five episodes of “Duck Loved ones Treasure” on Fox Nation.
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