Troy is forced to bring out a young teenager as his deckhand; a former nuisance hunter must capture a rogue gator that ate his father-in-law's prized hunting dog; a seasoned hunter's deckhand is sidelined from being gator bit.
One hunting team uses a helicopter to pick out hunting spots for the season, a hunter ventures out on his own, two hunters go on a road trip and must catch a menacing gator in order to get tags from a local landowner.
Several teams find that thieves have stolen gators off their lines; one team accidentally crosses property lines; a hunter ventures out on his own and finds that being a solo captain is easier said than done; a team forfeits a prime hunting spot.
One hunter must get used to his new quirky deckhand, a team goes on the hunt for a rogue gator that has been attacking livestock, a hunter must go at it alone without his deckhand and faithful hunting dog.
One team sacrifices their day to go after a gator that is terrorizing kids at a local camp; a hunter ventures out alone to catch a nuisance gator; a team relies on a secret baiting strategy to salvage their day.
Outsiders flood into West Virginia to cash in on rising ginseng prices; Ron and Obie have to pull their knives to keep a ruthless senger from pulling immature roots; Mike Ross resorts to guerilla tactics to keep poachers away from his honey hole.
Tony doubles down on the biggest order of his career; Greg Shook gets trapped in one of Mike Ross's booby traps; Corby poaches Ron and Obie to his team; Tony sends Wayne Dancy to buy ginseng off some shady sellers.
Greg and his truck get a reminder from the Simpsons, a deal goes sour for Ron and Obie, Tony's only hope of filling an order comes from an unlikely ally, Mike uses his tomahawk to send a message to poachers.
Chinese buyers place the biggest order of Tony Coffman's career, Tiny Roberson looks to buy up ginseng for his new moonshine recipe, Greg Shook ventures back into local territory, Ron and Obie put aside their differences and join forces.