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20 Most Cajun Things That Ever Happened
We were surfing through one of our favorite websites BuzzFeed.com today when we came across a list of the 29 Most Austin Things That Ever Happened. That got us to thinking... what were the most Cajun things that ever happened? After some careful deliberation, we think we've got a pretty definit…
‘Sh*t Troy Landry Says’ [VIDEO]
I know that the 'Sh*t _____ Says' videos have run their course, but I absolutely had to share this one before we officially put them to rest. I often tell people that "Swamp People's" Troy Landry could probably run for Governor of Louisiana and win by a landslide, based strictly upon his l…
Swamp People Casting Call Today
Think you have what it takes to be on History Channel's "Swamp People" Season 3? The History Channel is on the lookout for new 'Swampers!'
They are looking for Alligator Hunters and what they call True Swampers.
The Casting Call is happening today at Prejean's on …
Swamp People’s Troy Landry Working On His Own Cookbook
The man the country has fallen in love with, and has adopted as a household name tells TMZ that he may soon be introducing the country to some of his own secret recipes. Troy Landry, the star of The History Channel's "Swamp People" says he has some rather unique South Louisian…
Gator Cove Pics #1
Thanks to everyone who came out to meet Troy and Jacob Landry, the Hottest gator hunters in the land. If you took a picture with him, you can find it in one of our 8 photo galleries. Just right click on your pic and save to your computer, and thanks again...
The Landry’s Visit To Lafayette
The Parent Company for Hot 107-9, Townsquare Media, welcomed the Landry's to Gator Cove last Friday night. Like so many of you, we too have seen and admired them on television every Sunday Night.
From The Swamp To The Cove
Friday, December 3rd 2010, we brought Troy Landry & his son Jacob Landry from the Hit Gator Huntin' Reality TV show out to Gator Cove. We invited you to come out to meet the guys, grab a picture, some good food, and in many cases, a cold one.

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