Swamp People Season 6 Begins!

A local buyer put up a bounty $10,000 for the biggest gator caught in the first 2Shirt1 days of the season and its got everyone wound up! Troy is bound and determined to win that 10 grand! Holden is hunting with Troy this year, Holden is 16 years old! and troy has more tags then ever before! But Troy has some freindly competition!




Liz wants to show troy landry that shes the best on the swamp! shes hunting with her husband Justin this year! Liz took on 400 tags last year but this year she says shes going for the bigger gators! this year with less tags! She also has pogey meal bait on her side!




Junior is aiming to get a big gator right out of the gate! His wife Theresa is on his side trying to get the bills paid, Troy landry out bid him on some of the tags he has got the last five years and he is fumin! Junior is going for broke even taking his four wheeler to go off the beaten track to find a monster gator!

RJ says he is going to prove he is the best of the best by getting the $10,000 bounty! He says that getting the bounty go’s way beyond the 10,000! RJ is using Nutria rat to catch gators this year, a technique taught to him by his mother!

Who do you think caught the biggest gator on the premier? watch it now on amazon.com!
Swamp People Season 6

Posted by Admin - February 8, 2015 at 7:47 am

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Fans, loved ones pay tribute to Mitchell Guist

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‘Swamp People’ beloved cast member Mitchell Guist died after a fall on his boat on may 14. Reports state that Mitchell, 47, was working on a houseboat when a seizure caused him to collapse in the Intercoastal Waterway in New Orleans. After the sad incident, millions of Swamp People fans all over the world expressed their love and support for the Guist family through messages left on Swamp People’s Facebook page. Tributes and messages like “You will be missed” poured down the fan page. Prayers and condolences were also sent to Mitchell’s family. Mitchell Guist was part of the hit reality TV show Swamp People. The show attracted millions of fans for its depiction of the Louisiana bayou through the eyes of the native Cajuns who inhabit the area. Mitchell was in an alligator-hunting team with his brother Glenn. The Swamp People duo has gained the Swamp People fans’ admiration through their strong bond and teamwork. Viewers watched out for the brothers’ simple way of living while fans loved the brothers’ high jinks in Swamp People week after week. “I always loved watching the Guist Brothers! You could tell they had a very close relationship,” one fan wrote. The sudden departure of the Swamp People star has left many uncertain about Glenn’s participation in the show. Swamp People executive producer Brian Catalina said that their main concern now is Glenn’s well-being. Meanwhile Glenn plans to honor Mitchell by fulfilling the latter’s dream. Glenn is set to start working on his brother’s dream houseboat after the funeral services.

Posted by Admin - December 3, 2012 at 12:00 am

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“Swamp People” Android app a big hit

If you enjoy watching the reality episodes of Swamp People on the History Channel, you’ll definitely love this new app available for download on your android phones. Swamp People follows the story of real gator hunters as they traverse the dangerous waters looking for these beautiful beasts. The Swamp People app lets you experience your very own bayou adventure deep in the heart of Louisiana’s oldest swamp. You will enjoy a lot of exciting features, such as:
Your own campsite, customizable
Your own character, customizable
Upgrades for your boat and your choice of weapons
Upgrades for your choice of traps
Bait-and-catch strategy
Up to 6 kinds of alligators, varying in size as well as aggressiveness
Dual analog control options
Artificial Intelligence – allows for racing and competition against other AI swamp people

Race through the marshlands, hunt massive gators and compete against others to become the king of the swamp people. You can enjoy this exciting game on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, too. Users have given this app an average rating of 4 stars. The latest version of the game is optimized with lots of bug fixes and an increased level cap. You can build and modify your campsite, master and upgrade your boats, set traps for crocs and come back to claim your prize. Find the biggest gators in these inhospitable marshes and wetlands and compete with other swamp people for the most alligators hauled.

Posted by Admin - November 28, 2012 at 12:24 am

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‘Swamp People’ star Troy Landry reacts on Florida alligator attack

An alligator attack left a 17-year old boy with a severed right arm earlier this week. Swamp People fan Kaleb Langdale was attacked by an 11-foot long alligator while swimming in a river with his friends. Despite losing half of his right arm, Langdale is positive and glad that he survived the attack with the help of things he learned from watching History Channel’s hit reality series Swamp People.

Swamp People is a reality/documentary cable TV program that features the everyday life of several alligator hunters in the Louisiana bayou. Vicious alligators like the one that attacked Langdale are very common in the world of Swamp People. Swamp People fans are treated with close alligator encounters and the Swamp People stars’ bold hunting maneuvers each week.

Apparently, these Swamp People scenario have helped the Florida teen escape the massive force of the 11-foot long alligator. After sacrificing his right arm, he managed to call for help, swim to the shore, and control his arm’s bleeding.

Even though authorities say that alligator attacks are not unusual during the mating season, Swamp People star Troy Landry believes that Langdale was attacked because the alligator must have been hungry that time. However, the Swamp People star still believes that Langdale was fortunate because he only lost half an arm when “he could’ve lost his life.”

The Swamp People star also expressed his hope that attacks like this won’t happen a lot. “I hope I’m never in that predicament where I have to decide whether to save my life, but alligators are wild animals; they are very dangerous,” he said.


Posted by Admin - November 26, 2012 at 12:03 am

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Swamp People star gets over heart scare

One of the most beloved stars in the hit American cable program Swamp People was reported to have undergone a serious health scare that threatened to prevent him from continuing on the show’s third season. The Swamp People star is no other than the hunting dog Tyler, hunter Bruce Mitchell’s most beloved sidekick.

Tyler was rushed to the veterinary in January due to heart illnesses. A Swamp People representative told TMZ that the lovable hunting dog had to be rushed to the emergency medical care because of heart troubles. Some reports even say that the Swamp People dog “almost died.”

However, doubts about whether or not the dog will be able to join Swamp People Season 3 are now gone as doctors were able to treat Tyler’s illness. It is now confirmed that Tyler is back in action and will join Bruce in the boat this coming alligator hunting season. The Swamp People hunting dog just needs to rest and take heart medicines before going heading to the swamp.

Swamp People is a reality-documentary TV series shown in History Channel. It revolves around the traditions of the local swamp people living along the Atchafalaya Swamp in Louisiana, the largest swamp in America. Swamp People follows the gator-hunting Cajuns as they boldly battle it out with the ferocious reptile during alligator hunting season. Each Swamp People team must fulfill their tag quota before the season is over.

Swamp People is the leading cable program in its timeslot, attracting over 4 million viewers in the United States.



Posted by Admin - November 26, 2012 at 12:01 am

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