Andy Johns from "Filthy Riches" stars in the National Geographic Channel reality series. He is business partners with Jim Campbell.

On the vast mudflats created by Maine's receding tides, Andy Johns digs his way across the mud to find valuable bloodworms, prized by fishermen around the world as extraordinary bait. He has a worm-digging license from Maine. He hunts for bloodworms along the coastal mudflats. Each worm is money in his pockets, but the work comes with its downsides. Potentially deadly
Andy Johns Filthy Riches
Andy Johns in "Filthy Riches" - © National Geographic Channel

sinkholes, or "honey pots" as they call them, can take hours out of the day to avoid and can swallow up his day's work, or even him if he's not careful. Plus, fierce competition with neighboring clam diggers for territory often leaves him with empty buckets at quitting time.


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Where does he live? Find out here.

Current Residence: Maine





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