Swamp People’s Troy Landry Lives a Luxe Life At Home

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Troy Landry might not seem like the kind of man who likes the finer things in life when you see him in his standard striped polo hunting alligators 30 days of the year on Swamp People, but he’s living the good life. He and his wife, Bernita (a teacher), are living the kind of life that many people dream of when they are not filming their hit reality show or bothering with that whole killing alligators deal. With only 30 days each year to bag and tag as many gators in the Louisiana bayou as possible, Troy Landry spends the rest of the year on his boat fishing and catching and selling crawfish; but he also spends it puttering around he and his wife’s dream house.

Photo by Louisiana Life 


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