Swamp People: Daniel Tags 13-Foot Gator Nemesis Grand Noir (Season 8) | History

Swamp People: Daniel Tags 13-Foot Gator Nemesis Grand Noir (Season 8) | History


Y’all be careful. Shoot him! Boo-yah. NARRATOR: Deep in
the Louisiana Bayou– Let’s go get him. Let’s go get him. NARRATOR: –a new alligator
season gets underway. But this year hunters face
a more crippling problem than ever before. A surplus of farm raised gators
is flooding the buyer’s market, driving the price of wild
gators to the lowest point in over a decade. Ain’t gonna make much
money this year, buddy. NARRATOR: And with their
inventories nearly full, buyers are threatening
to shut down early. This could be the shortest
gator season in history. In Franklin, the Edgars– Daniel, Joey, and Dorian– a Creole family, are
taking drastic measures to combat the threat of
buyers closing early. Ready now for you. Let’s go. NARRATOR: Facing pressure to
fill their 250 tags as quickly as possible, Daniel’s
decided to run two boats to double his daily catch. Daniel needs help now
more than ever before. So he’s asked his youngest
son Dwaine to return home and man his second boat. Dwaine ended up leaving home. He was a star pitcher and
got drafted by the Yankees. After playing ball
for the Yankees, he went straight
to teaching school. And right now he’s
working over in Texas. NARRATOR: For the first
time in over a decade, Dwaine is back fishing with his
dad, brother, and son, Dorian. OK, hold on. Look– look straight ahead. Oh, my god. Oh, yeah. Almost like he’s praying,
or asking for help, or looking for a
hug or something. I’ve never seen that before. NARRATOR: Looking at the
size of these wounds, Daniel’s certain his old nemesis
Grand Noir is the culprit. Grand Noir, he’s an
alligator that I’ve been after. This is my 16th year. He’s big. That alligator caused
me so much pain– Oh, goddammit! It’s a tree shaker. That’s the big one, yeah. That’s him. Oh, but he’s heavy. Whoa! Whoa! Shoot him! [gunshot] Got him, dad. Come on. Yeah, OK. He’s a gorilla. He’s rolling the wrong way. Yeah, OK. Yeah. Push down on his nose. Hold on, dad. We can’t lose him. That’s good. You sure? I’m positive. That’s why we
can’t roll him in. OK. Now we got him. Nice alligator. [exhales] NARRATOR: A missing
leg and teeth marks are a sure sign that
this isn’t Grand Noir. But given the condition
of this 10-foot beast, it’s clear Grand
Noir is in the area. Watch your hand
going down there. Whoa, whoa, whoa. Watch your hands! Whoa. Oh! Hold him, dad. Shoot him! [gunshot]
– OK. Get ready. Shoot him again. I’m all right. Get him! [gunshot] Wait, wait, wait. Hold on. Hold on. NARRATOR: At over 13 feet long,
Daniel’s positive this gator is Grand Noir. When you can tag an
alligator standing up– and I’m 6’2”. Head’s way on the
other side of the boat. Look at that. You know it’s a big one. You know it’s a big alligator. NARRATOR: Back at St. Mary’s– Wait, let me pick
him up by his nose. NARRATOR: Daniel and Dwaine
are showing off their prize to the rest of the family. Well, he’s a good one. Y’all need to be proud of him. Take a picture of him.

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    Zebulous

    There’s tons of gators out there, more than there should be naturally. So you conservationists and bleeding hearts can relax that this is perfectly humane and highly regulated by state nature conservation depts.

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    Murat Mercan

    Amaç nedir.? Neden öldürüyorsunuz.? Sizlere zarar mı verdiler.? Para kazanmak için kötü bir yol. Umarım başka videonuz olmaz.

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    John Gottardy

    Can't wait for alligators to get there revenge on these guys, hope these idiots don't know how to swim they're killing creatures that have been around thousands of years before man. The real shame is History Channel is supporting these idiots. Are we just gonna start laughing when they start filming the rain forest getting cut down by axe men next.

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    DanielWarPaint

    There is something so warm and endearing about slaughtering gators,, the gators get a final taste of what they do to nature around them.

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