The salaries of most of the cast of "Swamp People" are unknown; however, the Landry family received $25,000 per episode in 2012, according to TVGuide.com. "Swamp People" is a reality TV series that broadcasts on the History Channel as of 2015. It focuses on alligator hunters who live in the swamps of Louisiana.
While there is little information available to the public regarding the salaries of the "Swamp People" cast, other information is known about the series. "Swamp People" was first broadcast on August 22, 2010. As of November 2015, it has aired for six seasons.
The series focuses on the Atchafalaya River Basin swamp area of Louisiana. Beginning on the first Wednesday of September, area residents hunt alligators, which earns them most of their income for the year. The alligator hunting season is dangerous and lasts for 30 days. Hunters receive a set number of tags each year that must be attached to their kills. The hunting season is over for them when they run out of tags.
The series has expanded to include alligator hunters in other parts of Louisiana and the swamps of Texas. "Swamp People" cast members as of 2015 include Jacob Landry, Troy Landry, Chase Landry, Jay Paul Molinere, Bruce Mitchell and Stacey Molinere.