Chef Brent and his father Danny are looking for a camp where they can catch speckled trout, one of South Louisiana's delicacies, right in their backyard. They want a place where the fish can go from bayou to frying pan in no time flat.
Chris and Jessica are going back to their roots and looking for a bayou home near Houma, Louisiana. But with a rambunctious baby, finding the perfect waterfront home can be a challenge.
Mike and Kim are looking for a home away from home, a Cajun camp where they can throw down and have a good ol' time. And the best places you can only get to by boat. Join these two as they cross lakes and rivers to find a perfect bayou party house.
Want to explore the bayous with all the comforts of home from your living room? Get a houseboat! Join Jill and Marvin as they comb Belle River for the perfect floating home, something that'll get them back in the swamps and back to their bayou roots.
Larry and Amber Douglas started a business that has become a million-dollar southern operation. With their new wealth, they're looking to upgrade their lifestyle, but still want a place with a down home bayou feel.
They're big, loud, fast and can traverse anything. Airboats aren't just a novelty in Louisiana, they're essential?no one knows that better than the Fradella's. Join a full-throttle house-hunt, as this family searches for an airboat assessable home.
CJ grew up on a shrimp boat in south Louisiana. Marty is from Los Angeles and spent a lot of time at the beach. They're looking for a weekend getaway on the water but can't agree whether it will be on the bayou or the beach.
Jeff and Amelia Harding cruise the Mississippi Gulf Coast in search of a new house. Amelia lost her home in Katrina, so they're not looking for any old place?they're scouring the coast for a house that can stand up to a hurricane.
Matt and Laurie aren't your ordinary couple looking for a turnkey home. They love fixing places up. They look at three unusual homes on Louisiana oxbows. For this couple, anything goes as long as it is has room for their large number of boats.
Josh has graduated from college, got his first job, now he's looking for his first home. He's an avid duck hunter and fisherman and hopes to find a house where he can do just that. He's bringing his life-long best friend, Hanna, for guidance.
Catfish Jack and his daughter, Amanda, love hand-grabbing catfish. Tired of hauling his boat to Lake D'Arbonne, he and Amanda are searching for a home that will accommodate their family and become a convenient catfish camp.
David and Jackie love bayou life in Mississippi. With their children out of the house, they are looking to downsize and find a new home on the water, something they can add personal touches to - a true Cajun fixer upper.
Bryan and Stephanie are self described work-a-holics who just want to have a weekend houseboat escape on the beautiful Pearl River. But there are a lot of surprises in store for them when you choose the river as your backyard!
Duck, Lathan, and Flip are three best friends and gator hunters who want to find a home with gators in the backyard.
Some homes float, some are propped up by stilts, while others have prime space for airboat docking. BUYING THE BAYOU locates the perfect homes for gator hunters, catfish noodlers, shrimping and crawfish enthusiasts and more, with wild amenities and unique structures fitting for the Cajun lifestyle.
This home is 10 feet off the ground, so it will never flood.
Living in a floating barn on the bayou has its ups and downs.
This house on the Bayou has seen a lot of storm damage. Is it too far gone?
The Cabin Home is right on the water, but only three feet above sea level.