• Kristi Boussard
    Kristi Boussard
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    Kristi Boussard has an all-American girl look with a swamper’s attitude. She’s tough, but has a quick smile. She’ll tell you what she thinks, but doesn’t take herself too seriously. Now that she has children, she’s grown into a bit of a mama bear… but down deep, she’s still quick to get out there and do it… whatever it is. Close
  • Robert "Frenchy" Crochet
    Robert "Frenchy" Crochet
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    Robert “Frenchy” Crochet is Cajun to the bone, and he’s known throughout the South Louisiana community of commercial fishermen as the hardest working man in the swamp. Frenchy works year-round hunting gators, netting shrimp or crab and trot-lining catfish. Frenchy’s also an innovator, and he doesn’t do anything without thinking about some better way to do it. His partner Gee refers to it as Frenchy technology. Close
  • Justin Roy
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    Justin “Stringbean” Roy is happier on a horse than in a boat, and admittedly he’s never “fooled” with alligators much.  Hunting gators is definitely out of his comfort zone, but he’s looking forward to it. Justin has no problem taking a backseat to Kristi when it comes to hunting gators, but who knows what will happen when the actions starts… Cajun men are prone to taking charge. Close
  • Gerard "Gee" Singleton
    Gerard "Gee" Singleton
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    Gerard Singleton is known as Gee. Gee’s lived on the same road his entire life, and he’s known Frenchy since they were kids. One of Gee’s pleasures in life is that he doesn’t have a boss, and he works hard to keep it that way. Gee doesn’t sell his catch to the buyer. In fact, he prefers to sell it direct to his customer right out of the cooler, and he has a long list of happy customers. Even during alligator season, he still crabbing and fishing. Close
  • Troy Landry
    Troy Landry
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    With thoughts of retiring in his rear view mirror, Troy Landry is feeling invigorated. And news of a bayou bounty is adding even more fuel to his fire. He knows his role as “King of the Swamp” is his calling and the timing couldn’t be better for such clarity. Close
  • Jacob Landry
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    Jacob Landry is a gator boat veteran and the captain of Troy’s second boat. Close
  • Chase Landry
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    Last season, Chase Landry proved he’s ready to serve as captain when called upon. This year, he’s picked up a few of his own tags. Close
  • Holden Landry
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    Holden Landry is Troy’s eighteen-year-old nephew.  Because Holden graduated from high school last year, he’ll be able to hunt the entire alligator season. There’s a big difference hunting gators on the weekends, and hunting day in and day out for 30 days straight. And who knows what’ll happen with his cousin, Chase, at the helm of the boat… Close
  • R.J. Molinere
    R.J. Molinere
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    This year, R.J. and his son, Jay Paul, are so confident that they obtained over 300 tags. R.J. and his son are sure they have figured out the mysteries of the remote Creole Bayou and need to employ some time-honored and never-before-seen techniques to capture the gators that inhabit the land. R.J. is determined to feed off of his son’s youthful enthusiasm so the pair will have their best season yet. Close
  • Alvin Plaisance
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    Alvin “Pap” Plaisance is RJ’s younger brother by 11 years. They have the same mother, but they do not look or act alike.  Pap is built like a bulldog; RJ is build like whippet.  Though Pap is only half Native American, he embraces the Houma native culture. He and RJ both learned how to hunt alligators from their mother. Now, how many people can say that? Close
  • Tommy Chauvin
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    Tommy Chauvin is back on the swamp, bringing his ball of energy personality with him. He’s loud, and he’s perpetually excited. And, back in the day, trouble seemed to follow him wherever he went. But he’s grown up a little over the years. Now, he’s a dad with a brand new baby. And he’s still a fearless bayou boy. “I don’t care about lightning. I ain’t never been hit yet!” Close
  • Daniel Edgar
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    Daniel Edgar is Creole, and Creoles predate even Cajuns in South Louisiana. Daniel’s family are German and African, but race doesn’t define Daniel Edgar. First and foremost, he’s an Edgar. His name is everything to him, going all the way back to a time when that was just about all he had. Close
  • Joey Edgar
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    Joey Edgar grew up on the South Louisiana coast, where men grow up with a god-like respect for their daddy. Joey and his daddy have worked hard to survive and thrive. He knows he’s earned his daddy’s respect, but until Mr. Daniel says so, Pawpaw is still the boss. Close
  • Dwaine Edgar
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    Dwaine Edgar has always been the golden boy. From an early age, he had a quick tongue and an active mind. He turned his nose at the family business, and became a world-class athlete with model good looks. Now, life has taken a turn, so he’s come home to make a place for himself in the family business. But will he be able to handle the day in and day out taking orders from his father? Close
  • Dorien Edgar
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    Dorien Edgar is Daniel’s grandson and Joey’s nephew. There’s not an Edgar in the world who doesn’t have his own opinion on how something ought to get done, and Dorien is no exception. But being the youngest Edgar on the boat, his opinion is very seldom asked for. He’s just biding his time and waiting for an opening. Close
  • Willie Edwards
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    Willie spent last season hunting along as a first year captain. While exhausting, he successfully filled 96 tags and is looking to continue to grow his business this season. With 150 tags, Willie will find hunting solo an even bigger and more dangerous mountain to climb. However, if he can bring in the winning alligator, he could easily afford to pay a good deckhand to help him tag out. Close
  • R.J. Molinere
    R.J. Molinere
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    This year, R.J. and his son, Jay Paul, are so confident that they obtained over 300 tags. R.J. and his son are sure they have figured out the mysteries of the remote Creole Bayou and need to employ some time-honored and never-before-seen techniques to capture the gators that inhabit the land. R.J. is determined to feed off of his son’s youthful enthusiasm so the pair will have their best season yet. Close
  • Jay Paul Molinere
    Jay Paul Molinere
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    Jay Paul Molinere, now with two children of his own, has come to the realization that his role in the family culture and business is become more like his father R.J.’s. Jay Paul is next in line, so he’s determined to absorb as much as he can from his father. Close
  • Bruce Mitchell
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    Last season was bittersweet for Bruce. He lost 60% of his tags and, soon after gator season, he lost his best friend and hunting dog, Tyler. While he was able to hustle up a bunch of new tags and salvage his year’s revenue, the season took its toll on Bruce. Close
  • Ron Methvin
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    A trained sharpshooter and military veteran who served in Afghanistan, Ron Methvin is Bruce Mitchell’s secret weapon. His time in the armed forces taught him discipline, strategy and skill. Ron’s hunting strategies were instrumental in Bruce turning things around last year. Close
  • Tommy Chauvin
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    After Hurricane Isaac destroyed their homes and forced them to forfeit their hunting leases, it has taken Joe and Tommy two years to rebuild their lives on the swamp. This season, the boys are back and have something to prove. Close
  • Todd Alexander
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    Todd Alexander has lived down the road from Glenn his entire life.  His dad and Glenn went to school together.  Todd runs a small concrete business in Gonzales, where he makes concrete steps that lead up to mobile homes. When not working, he and Glenn roam the swamps together, taking on projects large and small. Close
  • Glenn Guist
    Glenn Guist
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    After a successful season with Liz Cavalier’s team, Glenn Guist has become a solid gator hunter and established himself as part of the Cavalier family. Close