Swamp People King of the Bayou Sweepstakes
Oct 19, Called “Swamp People,” the series focuses on various teams of His TV appearances had not caused him to be put off by fans like me. Swamp People is an American reality series that was first broadcast on History on August 22, . Season 7 premiered on February 8, with the newest episode set to air on May 2, Season 7 is still airing on the History Channel. Feb 9, Yesterday, we went to Chelsea Market to check out the Swamp In The City exhibit and to meet the star of Swamp People, Troy Landry and his.
He also has one of the craziest accents I have ever heard. After doing a little research I found out that Troy Landry has his own line of 22lr ammo.
Here is a little more information: This ammo comes packed in rds. I grew up in the sticks of North Carolina in the small town of Robbinsville where Moonshiners is filmed so I know all about some southern, country accents.
I have heard many dialects but the one that Troy Vincent has is something else.
Hunting for “Swamp People”in Louisiana
He puts Jim Tom Hedrick of Moonshiners to shame. During the first 10 minutes of the show I had no idea what he was talking about. I assume this is the Cajun translation for uncle? How Old is Holden Landry? In the first episode of season six there were multiple mentions of Holden being 16 years old. Troy Landry was worried that he was introducing his nephew into a very difficult life at too early of an age. Gator season opens the last Wednesday in August and concludes on the last Wednesday of September.
Holden Landry must be a junior or senior in high school at this point and I can honestly say he is a very strong looking kid for his age. It is amazing how strong younger kids are now. When I was 16 I was a scrawny little runt that weight about pounds.
There is no way I could have wrestled with a pound alligator, nor would I have tried. A 12 inch rainbow trout was enough for me. Where in Louisiana is Troy Landry From? I am certain we will see Troy and Holden Landry traveling around to some of the other lakes and swamp areas looking to bring in gators during Alligator season in August and September.
That is getting it done. That means he is taking about 17 gators every single day, non stop.
Dark Secrets From Swamp People | ScreenRant
Junior and Teresa, who he calls mama, are out to get Troy back by winning the Bounty of the Bayou for the biggest gator in the first few days of the season. When trying to get back to the area in which Hercules lives Junior and Teresa have to use an old crawfish boat that they use during crawfish season. Who knew there was a gator season and a crawfish season?
As you can imagine there was a little bit of twang to the way she said it. When it came down to it, Hercules was the biggest Gator caught on the first day as it was 11 feet 6. That compared to the gator caught by Holden and Troy Landry that was 10 feet 10 inches. RJ and Jay Paul Molinere brought in a gator that was 10 feet 5 inches.
They caught their monster gator on Nutria Rat bait. I guess it is common knowledge in the Houma tribe that Nutria Rat is the best bait for gators. This is what a Nutria Rat looks like: They have a website in which you can book them or buy merchandise in their online store. They could be making a killing and getting all kinds of bookings which I am sure RJ and Jay Paul are getting. I will check back in some other time to see if it was just down for a short amount of time.
Troy Landry does have a Twitter where he mentions appearances at places like Gander Mountain.
- Troy Landry and Nephew Holden of Swamp People
Unfortunately, he has not updated his Twitter since October of last year. Does he realize the season premiere of Swamp People was this week? Holden Landry is a little more aware of the power of Twitter and social media as he tweeted this before the first show: I guess this is asking too much.
I will continue to monitor the social media engagement related to the Swamp People show as the season progress. As the season progresses I will try to get some more Vine videos of the memorable moments of the show. There were also plenty of lakes we would fish for Bass, Pike and Bluegill. We never did anything as crazy as catch alligators.
One of my friends accidentally caught a beaver once, but that was as crazy as it got.
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