Tonight on History Channel, Troy Landry continues to struggle his way through gator hunting season on SWAMP PEOPLE. He called in the troops, but with 500 tags and bad hunting conditions, will it be enough to tag him out this season?
It looks like it is going to be a long–or, perhaps, way too short–season for a lot of the hunters this year. But, filling out gator tags is never a simple task; it always takes work and commitment. So, the fact that Troy Landry and his family are struggling with their 500 is no surprise.
Many factors go into a successful–or unsuccessful–hunting season. Weather, territory conditions, even just the dedication and experience of the hunters involved, each plays a role in how quickly–or if–a hunter tags out. Well, the Landrys have plenty of experience; their dedication is not in question; but sometimes things just don’t swing a hunter’s way. Is the fate of the Landry family tags really just up to luck at this point? We’ll see–but we’re betting Troy has a trick or two left up his sleeve.
But tonight, it sounds like Troy is just hoping to get back on an even keel with his count. According to History Channel, tonight on all-new episode, “Home Turf”:
Despite help from The Edgar family, The King of the Swamp, Troy Landry is still behind on his tag count. The Edgars have headed home and now Troy must dig deep to rally his troops if he hopes to tag out this season. Back on their home turf, Daniel, Joey and Dorian Edgar are ready to fill their boats with gators but unforeseen forces complicate their mission. And Glenn Guist is always right at home in the swamp, putting food on the table in surprising and “Guisty” ways.
More of the Edgars at home? Nothing against the Edgars, but instead of introducing fans to the gator hunting seasons of new cast members, wouldn’t this time have been better spent filming a gator hunter fans wanted back for this final season? Perhaps Gator Queen Liz and/or the Edwards team? Just a thought–but one we think fans would like to have addressed. We’re kind of surprised to see that Glenn Guist is back–but glad. Looking forward to more of those “Guisty” ways tonight.
SWAMP PEOPLE is produced for History Channel by Original Media, where Glenda Hersh, Steven Weinstock and Brian Catalina are executive producers. Stephen Mintz is executive producer for History Channel.
SWAMP PEOPLE airs on History Channel on Monday nights at 9/8c.
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