By Shane Thibodaux
“It's nerve-racking and excited at the same time. You don't know how they are going to put you out there,” Jay Paul said of the edited episode.
Nicholls State University student Tyler Dupre, 21, of Houma, said he can't wait to see a local face on TV.
“I take pride in our Cajun lifestyle and seeing our culture portrayed on national television,” said Dupre, who traveled to a Grand Bois bar last year to try and gain some camera time during filming.
R.J. and his son were selected because producers wanted to showcase a hunting team with a Native American background. United Houma Nation officials put producers in touch with R.J., a tribal member.
Below: "R.J. Molinere (left) and his son Jay Paul show off an alligator they caught."