In Season 4 of SWAMP PEOPLE on HISTORY, the resolute crews face wild weather, a ticking clock and life-threatening feats. While surrounding states are knee-deep in drought and dehydration, the people of south Louisiana once again wade through the Atchafalaya waters as Hurricane Isaac hits on gator season's opening day. Dropping temperatures spur prematurely hatched eggs and early retreat for alligators. With the ultimate goal for bigger gators and higher profits, the hunters remain true to their resourceful Cajun traditions while employing newfangled and unconventional baiting techniques.
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Over 40 Minutes of Never-Before-Seen Behind-the-Scenes Footage