Growing up on the bayou, swampers learn the skills to survive from an early age. Jay Paul's son is only 2 years old, but he and his dad are already sharing their knowledge.
Find out why not having a boss is the biggest job perk for these swampers.
The Swamp People predict the future of gator hunting.
Troy tells the story of the legendary swamp monster, One Eye, who looks like a bear with one eye and swims underwater. One Eye has been known to turn grown men as white as ghosts.
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Tensions between one team leads to a terrible accident. Meanwhile, another hunter sacrifices his day to go after a monster gator in hopes of making his deckhand's last day a memorable one.
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Pressure to fill tags increases. When a deckhand falls deathly ill, one swamper must go it alone. Another team goes after a dog eating gator, while another pair hunts down a vicious cannibal gator.
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Unexpected adversity forces swampers to change their tactics. One hunter must get used to his new quirky deckhand. One team goes on the hunt for a rogue gator that has been attacking livestock. Another hunter must go at it alone without his deckhand and faithful hunting dog.
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Several teams find that thieves have stolen gators off their lines and one crew accidentally becomes poachers themselves.
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