Spear fisherman Clay and his girlfriend Jackie are looking for their first home together around Pensacola, Florida, an area where the bayou meets the beach, known as the Redneck Riviera.
Floyd and Robin Foti are living the American Dream. They started out living in a trailer, selling crawfish out of a truck. But, with hard work, the business grew to become a massive food market.
This season home buyers in the Bayou are looking for a place with great fishing, a home that can fit a 300-pound pet pig, and more unique requests.
Carter and his wife Colleen have made millions from the bayou oil industry, so now they want a million dollar home on the waters of the Mississippi bayou.
David and Blair love getting out on the waters of the Louisiana Bayou, so they want a weekend waterfront getaway home. But these houses come with their own hassles - like taking a boat to your car on the mainland when you need to shop for groceries.
Newly engaged couple, Barrett and Haley, are looking for their first home on the bayou, but there's one problem: he's from the country and she's from the city, so they're sure to butt heads.
High school sweethearts Donnie and Laurie have dreamed of having a weekend fishing camp on the bayou for as long as they can remember. Now, with the success of Donnie's new invention, that dream can become a reality.
Childhood sweethearts, Rowdy and Stevi, want to move into a starter home on the bayou. They love the excitement of nightlife and gambling so they're looking for a house close to Biloxi's casinos.
Marty and Shelly grew up in the backwoods of the Mississippi bayou. But recently they've been stuck in the suburbs. So now they're looking for a new home that will get them back into wilderness, where they can teach their children the bayou way of life.
Trey and Jacob are two best friends who want to buy a backwoods getaway home for themselves and their families. They discover properties where the fields have been flooded to attract wild birds and a plantation overrun with raccoons!
Life in the bayou is all about family and passing down traditions. Blane is looking for a place where he can spend quality time with his teenage daughter, Kendall, doing what their family does best—hunting.
Jamie and his fiancée Brandi are looking for a home to start their life together near the Cajun Tropics of Gulf Shores, Alabama. But there's one problem - Jamie wants a house on the bayou, but Brandi prefers the beach. Which one will they choose?
For Matthew and Lindsey, summers on Mississippi's Lake Mary is a family tradition and now they're looking for a camp of their own. Lake Mary houses can flood, so the couple is looking for a high rise home, lifted 20 feet off the ground!
Ross and Sarah want a bayou home where they can walk out their front door and onto their fishing boat. They discover that a house on an island can make getting there tough and see a property on the mainland that wasn't built for normal-sized homeowners.
Access to great fishing is a top priority on this couple's real estate hunt.
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.
Marty and Shelly grew up in the backwoods of the Mississippi bayou. The Deck House sits right on a lake and comes with unbeatable views and a huge fishing pier that wraps around the water's edge.
Check out a house boat loaded with amenities.
The family runs a swine farm, so having a lot of land is very important.
Living in a floating barn on the bayou has it's ups and downs.
These Bayou Millionaire's want a house that matches their personalitites.
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 house on the Bayou has seen a lot of storm damage. Is it too far gone?
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