Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Can You Believe We Are On Season 6!?!?

Hard to believe we are on season six already. It doesn't seem like that long ago when I started this blog but looking now, I realize its been 5 years since I started writing on here. Time goes by so quick! So Who is the one everyone here has their eye on this season? You know me, I'm a die hard Troy Landry fan. What can I say, Im a girl that likes a guy that requires subtitles.:) Seriously though, Troy portrays the kind of man that is really down to earth, someone that cares deeply for his family and his friends and he's all around fun. So keep it up Troy, choot em'! Are there any new faves? Has any of my non Louisiana residents got up enough nerve to take on the swamps for themselves yet? I hear people talk about how they are planning on it, but has anyone actually done it yet? What did everyone think of Mondays episode? Are they acting crazy or do they know what they're doing? They all take daring steps to ensure a good payout, but is the dare worth the reward.


Its been awhile since I've been able to update my blog but that doesn't mean I stopped watching Swamp People nor have I dropped off the face of the planet. I missed my readers and reporting on all things great in the swamp lands, but I am back now! This time of year in the South is a time for celebrating Mardi Gras. Yesterday was Fat Tuesday, cold as it was and it was COLD, people got out there and enjoyed the parades, ate some King Cake, yelled "THROW ME SOMETHING MISTER!", and gathered beads. However, being it cold, most didn't gather those beads the traditional way and if they did, then they certainly deserved them. :) So now Ash is upon us and people are locking down to their fasting with some amazing dedication. I would like to know if any of my readers are participating in the fast? Also, if any of my readers participated in Mardi Gras? If so... Pictures or it didn't happen! How is Everyone enjoying Swamp People? Are the fans still fans? Likes and dislikes of the newest season? I wanna hear it all! Happy Ash everyone! Heres a photo of me on Bourbon last year. :)

Friday, February 15, 2013

It's a Family Thing! Season Premier of Swamp People

What did y'all think of last night premier for Swamp Peoples 3rd season? I for one thought it was fantastic.. If you didn't catch last nights episode you missed one heck of a kick off to the season... Troy Landry brought in his son Brandon to help him out this season since his usual wingman Clint is unable to help him as much he would like because he has to attend to his turtle farm... Although Brandon was a little slow to start and missed his first shot he got the hang of it the second go around and made his daddy proud. It started out with a late start due from Hurricane Isaac. I remember that bad boy! That hurricane cost my own family thousands in damages... Mother nature is no joke! I know that these swampers will overcome even though they had a late start in the season. Elizabeth brought on her daughter Jessica. Chrissy had to take care of her cattle as Isaac resulted in trouble for her but we should see her back with Elizabeth soon enough. Elizabeths daughter Jessica may only be 19 years old, she has the family business in her blood and proved to her mama she has what it takes to be a swamp queen just like her mom. Jay scared the crap out of his daddy by jumping in the water with a gigantic behemoth of a gator. Thankfully he was unhurt and his daddy dubbed him warrior for the day... Fresh meat! Im not talking about the gators either. On Last nights premier we got a sneak peak at the new swampers in our Louisiana Bayou. These boys are Fresh from Texas! "Bigfoot" Hatcher seems to be the one to watch and Im not saying that just because my maiden name is also Hatcher. ;) But with a name like Bigfoot he must bring some entertainment.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

New Season Begins

The newest season of Swamp People start tonight February 14th, 2013 at 9/8 Central so tune in! Heres to another great season of your favorite show on the air!

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

So it's been awhile.....

I know this post is way over due.... It has been quite some time since Ive posted... But just because I haven't posted doesn't mean I stopped watching.. Im still all up to date on our favorite alligator hunters and I look forward to reading all of your posts about the Swamp People... Come on people! Lets hear your insight on the show!

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Troy Landry coming to a city near you!

Here are 2012 tour dates starting as of today! JUNE June 7th & 8th CMA Fan Fest The Buckle Broadway, from First Avenue to Fourth Avenue Nashville, Tennessee Join Troy, Jacob and Chase Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and 3:00pm to 5:00 pm at the Bad Bad Buggy booth in The Buckle area. The family will also be selling Choot 'Em merchandise there. June 9th Wakefield's (AKA Martin's) 2150 Beltine Road SW Decatur, Alabama Join Troy and Jacob Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. June 10th Benton Lee Steakhouse 138 Benton Powell Road Uvalda, Georgia Join Troy and Jacob Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. June 14th Choctaw Casino 3735 Choctaw Road Durant, Oklahoma Join Troy and Jacob Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. June 16th Acadian Dodge 1700 South East Evangeline Thruway Lafayette, Louisiana Join Troy and Chase Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs. June 23rd South Carolina Outdoor Expo USC Aiken Convocation Center 375 Robert Bell Parkway Aiken, South Carolina Join Troy and Jacob Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. JULY July 21st County Home and Ranch Nederlands, Texas Back by popular demand Troy and Jacob Landry will be back to meet, greet and give autographs from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. July 28th DNW Outdoors Jonesboro, Arkansas Join Troy and Jacob Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs from 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm. AUGUST August 4th Georgia Outtdoors News Magizine Duluth, Georgia Join Troy and Jacob Landry to meet, greet and get their autographs. Times TBD. August 17th - 19th Buckmasters Expo Montgomery Convention Center 201 Tallapoosa Street Montgomery, Alabama Join Troy and Jacob Landry along with their whole family to meet, greet and get their autographs. Appearance schedule coming!

Mitchell Guist has passed away

We all know the two crazy brothers well just by that description, the ones who were inseparable and who did some quite odd things on the swamp and off their porch. :) Sadly one of the Guist brothers passed away last month. If you hadn't heard why, just keep reading. Thats the point of this particular post. Mitchell Guist: Death was determined to be of natural causes. On the History cable hit "Swamp People," Cajun hunter Mitchell Guist was often inseparable from his brother Glenn. But when Mitchell died Monday, the two were apart. The 47-year-old Guist was in a boat being towed by a barge on the Intracoastal Waterway in Louisiana, roughly 70 miles west of New Orleans, when he collapsed, Mike Waguespack, the sheriff of Assumption Parish, said in an interview Tuesday. A coworker in a neighboring boat saw what had happened and guided Guist's vessel back to the dock about 100 yards away, where he called 911. "He fell backwards as if he had had a heart attack, stroke or some sort of seizure," Waguespack said of Mitchell Guist's sudden collapse. Guist developed a fan base with his backwoods savvy on History's "Swamp People," about alligator hunters in the Cajun wetlands. Words from the producer: "Right now, we're thinking about him almost every minute," said Brian Catalina, executive producer of "Swamp People." "We've lost a really important part of our family and a treasured friend." "Swamp People" is the popular History Channel TV series that chronicles the lives of alligator hunters. Now in its third season, the series is set in Louisiana's Atchafalaya Swamp, and focuses on Cajun alligator hunters during the 30-day hunting season that the History Channel notes is "crucial to their survival." Guist appeared on the show alongside his brother, Glenn Guist. "The two were inseparable. These guys were born in the same house that they both still lived in, up until yesterday. They were two peas in a pod for sure. Neither had ever married. They were just as brothers as you could be," said Catalina. Mitchell Guist will be missed on the show by all of his avid fans, will be missed by his wife and by his obvious best friend and brother. RIP Mitchell!