Follow Rick Phillips of Phillips Swamp Seafood in Bayou Pigeon, Louisiana. Not your typical pawnshop, Phillips Swamp Seafood buys and sells anything the bayou serves up -- including alligators, turtles, bullfrogs, crawfish, and everything in between. Phillips and a colorful cast of neighboring "swampers" make their living fishing, hunting and haggling in this tiny, self-sustaining community deep in the heart of the bayou. Swamp Pawn features an array of quirky locals who rely on their ability to sell whatever will catch a price. This close-knit community lives off the land, learns to be resourceful when times are lean and depends on each other to get by.
Rick desperately needs a driver for his new route, but keeps coming up snake-eyes. Paul's transition to a new house hits a snag, leaving his family without a place to call home. Plus, Clayton and Joney help a professional photographer get face-to-face with swamp gators.
When Patty plots a surprise gathering for Rick's 60th birthday, the party planning spins out of control. Meanwhile, Austyn and Blake are up the creek when they lose one of their buyers. Paul and Matt spar over who gets the sweet new delivery route.
Relic hunters look for a lost wedding ring whilst Paul looks for new work after his hours are reduced.
Rick hunts some Gar down for Coy. Joney teaches Felicia and Kaley how to cook Cajun style.
Rick designs an innovative yet pricey swamp boat. Austyn needs help pulling a cypress log from the swamp and the gang deal with a heartbreaking call from Shorty.
Rick and Patty head to New York City for their 30th anniversary. Back in Bayou Pigeon, the rest of the gang square off in the annual frog-catching competition.
Rick tries to convince locals to buy and eat gator ribs. Austyn and Blake run into boat problems while Clayton and Joney take their nephew on his first gator hunt.
Clayton tries a snag a hog to fill his empty freezer. Rick attempts to peddle high-end gator leathers. Chachie's gator crew are put to the test in his absence.
Rick tries to start a swamp tour business, but his maiden voyage might sink the whole operation.