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WIllie has always worked with his father but has decided to go solo.
ZZ Loupe has been working with gators since he was five, and comes from a family of respectable hunters.
A military veteran who has taken the new life in the swamp.
Troy and Jacob Landry
Troy Landry’s proven that he’s King of the Swamp, he’s caught giant beasts and roamed far to fill his boat with gators.
Terral is a swamper in every way, a man who loves the area around Pearl River.
Junior's youngest son, Randy, spends the year as a fisherman and hunter.son, Randy, spends the year as a fisherman and hunter.
Roger spends every day hunting for food for his family, but has an addiction for hunting large gators.
R.J. and Jay Paul Molinere
Father and son, best friends, workers - they rely on each other to keep operations smooth.
T-Roy Broussard and Harlan "Bigfoot" Hatcher
“The Interlopers,” Troy Broussard and Harlan Hatcher, hunt in Beaumont, Texas.
Mike was raised with alligators all his life, and continues to breed.
There aren't many Cajun lady gator hunters on the swamp, but Liz is one of the fiercest.
Malcolm has over 60 years of experience, and will take on the mission with Junior.
An independent woman and true Cajun, Kristi Broussard was raised on the bayou in a predominantly French-speaking family.
Joe LaFont and Tommy Chauvin
Joe and step-son Tommy have always hunted together, and keep the swamp secrets between them.
Dubbing himself the “king of the swamp,” Jeromy is determined to show the hunters what he's made of.
Junior has injured his back, so needs the help of his son Willie.
Glenn and Mitchell Guist
Mitchell Guist passed away on 14/05/2012, but were master hunters together, and lived off the land.
Clint works hard with Jacob and Landry, and owns his own turtle farm and camp.