With only five days to go in the season, a veteran hunting team must learn to work together again in order to tag out on time. Meanwhile, an injury takes down a legendary hunter and his brother is determined to make up for the devastating loss.
Only seven days remain in a season plagued with difficulties, and the swampers doubt their ability to tag out.
Only eight days are left in the gator season, and duck hunters are causing chaos for swampers. When a team discovers that someone tampered with their lines, they go from hunting gators to hunting the culprit.
The swampers scramble to run their lines before a brutal storm hammers the Gulf Coast. One team starts off fighting the weather, but its members end up fighting with each other. Meanwhile, another swamper becomes the victim of a shocking accident.
Troy breaks up his teammate sons, poaching one for himself and leaving the other with an unlikely deckhand. Meanwhile, a veteran swamper takes advantage of her partner's last day and revisits a marsh area that's known for huge gators.
The next generation of swampers steps up to help its families get through an unusually tough hunting season. One young hunter's risky night scout pays off, while a pair of brothers travels to land that hasn't been hunted in over 40 years.
A massive sinkhole consumes part of Troy Landry's hunting grounds, and he and his sons must race to their remaining lines before it's too late.
The swampers are halfway through the toughest alligator season in decades. One swamper reaches out to an unlikely family member for help, while another struggles to control his teenage deckhand.
When a team of hunters catches a cursed gator, bad luck descends upon the swamp. One hunter loses his ability to shoot, and another gets bitten when a dead gator comes back to life.
Troy Landry and the Texans settle their bet, while another team takes a gamble that could jeopardize their entire season.
A cold front threatens the season, and two swampers attempt a risky boat jump to gain access to warmer waters. Later, two hunters try to snag a massive cannibal gator.
Two hunters get more than they bargained for when they seek revenge on a gator that got away. Meanwhile, a swamper gets bumped overboard during a gator fight, while another struggles to catch his first alligator of the year.
The swampers struggle to fill tags after a devastating hurricane. Debris-filled waters lead to a serious accident for a pair of hunters, while another suffers a brutal alligator bite.
A couple of swampers attempt to catch poachers. Meanwhile, tensions rise between Troy and the Texans, and a veteran hunter suffers a devastating loss from Hurricane Isaac.
The swampers are forced to reinvent their hunting strategies when a fish kill hits the swamp, causing the gators to stop biting lines.
Troy steps up his game to win a high-stakes bet against two Texan hunters. Meanwhile, when a swamper's gun runs out of bullets, his partner uses a pocket knife to try and take down a massive gator.
When it comes to living and working on the Louisiana bayou, if the gators don't get you, the tornadoes and hurricanes might.
Liz, Justin and the kids set out on a nighttime swamp adventure to hunt frogs.
The Swamp People give tips on hunting gators.
Swampers describe a gator in one word.
Find out what makes a gator tick.
The swampers describe what it was like to catch their first gator.
The swampers recall some of the most dangerous encounters they've had out on the swamp.
The swampers recall some of the most dangerous encounters they've had out on the swamp
The Swamp People give tips on hunting gators
Swampers describe a gator in one word
The swampers describe what it was like to catch their first gator
For generations, the people of the bayou have made their living off the land, but its creatures aren't the only source of income. Troy explains how even the moss on the trees was once harvested.
R.J. and Jay Paul Molinere live off the land year-round and that means hunting for more than just gators.
A mash-up of Troy's most memorable moments on Swamp People.