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On October 21, 2012, a spinoff of Swamp People, Outback Hunters, debuted on the History channel.
Following the same format as Swamp People, the series focuses on crocodile hunters in the Top End of Australia's Northern Territory.
Beginning with the fourth season, the program expanded to venues outside the Atchafalaya River Basin, featuring gator hunting crews in other parts of Louisiana, as well as the swamplands of Texas.
On May 14, 2012, Mitchell Guist suffered an accident on the Belle River near Pierre Part.
The series premiere garnered 3.1 million total viewers, 2.5 million adults 25–54 and 2.3 million adults 18–49 – driving The History Channel to #1 in cable within the 10-11 p.m. The final episode of season 2 was met with record breaking viewers and ratings. It drew 2.8 million adults 25-54 and adults 18-49 – scoring the #1 show on cable for the night and the #2 spot in all of television.
The Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office is making certain information contained in the Sex Offender Registry available to the public via the Internet. For inquiries concerning offenders convicted prior to that date, you should contact the Louisiana State Police.
According to authorities he slipped and fell while loading items onto his boat.
It was initially reported that he suffered a seizure, but it is unclear whether the seizure was a result of the fall or if it was caused by a medical condition.
In this time, many of the alligator hunters, following a tradition dating back about 300 years, earn most of their yearly income in a high risk vocation dependent on experience and the whims of weather within strict regulation by wildlife laws.
Hunters are each issued a certain number of tags that must be attached to their kills; once they "tag out" (run out of tags), their season is over, and they may no longer kill any more alligators for the rest of the season.
Release of this information is in accordance with the Public Records Laws (R. The information contained in the Sex offender Registry is based primarily on information provided by the offender and/or entities other than the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office.