The hit reality show “Swamp People” on the History Channel is gearing up for a new season and are now casting alligator hunters for season four of the popular show.
Alligator season in Louisiana starts on September 1st and runs for thirty days and ends on September 30th. Think you have what it takes to be on the show? Well here is where they are doing the casting calls.
The guy known as Trapper Joe from "Swamp People" was arrested in Los Angeles yesterday for assault and battery after an altercation with his girlfriend. Needless to say, the police, his girlfriend nor his wife are happy about it. Here are the sordid details:
What might be the most important game of the year for the Louisiana Swashbucklers, the Columbus Lions will be taking on the Bucs in the Smuggler’s Den on Saturday, June 2nd, at 7 p.m. in the Lake Charles Civic Center. As an added bonus, Tommy and Joe of the "Swamp People" will be on hand as well.
Two of the stars of the very popular History Channel program, “Swamp People” will be at the Lake Charles Civic Center this Saturday June 2nd making an appearance at the Louisiana Swashbucklers tailgate party before the game. If ...
They wrestle alligators. The wade in snake infested water. They defy death at every turn. Makes sense that they would get in a wreck and not get hurt! Other than a whole lot of "Swamp People" merchandise being scattered all over the road, they came out none the worse for wear.
The accident happened when two of the "Swamp People" stars were stopped for a highway flagman on U.S.
It’s time to go back to the swamp! The hit reality show “Swamp People” is back for another season of gator hunting in South Louisiana.
Season three of the hit series will return back to the History Channel in February. Want to know when and what time the show will premiere?
The clock is ticking for you to get advance tickets for the first Louisiana Throwdown, set for Saturday at Isle of Capri Casino in Westlake. After 5:30 p.m. today, you'll lose your chance to buy and print out your tickets online ... and you'll have to pay regular price, just like everyone else. Yikes. Might want to get a move on.
R.J. & Jay Paul from the popular reality show “Swamp People” will be in Lake Charles for Cajun Radio’s Louisiana Throwdown.
The Louisiana Throwdown is coming up Saturday November 19th, 2011 at the Ilse of Capri Casino Event Center .
Want to me the guys? Here is how!