What To Expect

Bayou Wild TVFrom the murky waters of the Sportsman’s Paradise, stories emerge. Stories of the generations of people who have shared in the bounties of the land; stories of communities that have persevered through natural disasters; stories of the abundance of fish, wildlife, and adventures that create an ecosystem rich in diversity. And from the silted banks of the mighty Mississippi to the soggy marsh bottoms; from the tops of towering pine forests to the depths of the salty gulf, humans and animals have shared this fortune for centuries. Enjoy these stories as told by outdoor journalists who travel across our state documenting the adventure, sportsmanship, and heritage that make us BAYOU WILD!

Join Bayou Wild TV hosts Don Dubuc and Martha Spencer as they document the adventure, sportsmanship, & heritage of the outdoors.  Click here to view a full list of channels & airtimes in your area or to watch past episodes on-demand

Martha & Don on the radio
  • Don Dubuc

    Host, Award Winning Outdoor Journalist

  • Martha Spencer

    Co-Host, Meterologist & Outdoor Journalist

  • Chef John Folse

    Louisiana's Authority on Seafood & Wild Game Cooking

  • Christopher LeCoq

    Producer/Director, Award Winning Outdoor Journalist



 Tigers in the Wild

Bayou Wild TV partners with Louisiana's premier collegiate athletes, highlighting Louisiana's rich outdoor traditions through their experiences of outdoor lifestyle, hunting, and fishing adventures in the Sportman's Paradise!

Bayou Wild TV Apparel


Louisiana Fish Fry's products, a family-owned Cajun & Creole seasoning manufacturer.

Uncle Larry's Festival of Flavor

Hunt of a Lifetime Foundation, Inc.

Hunt of a Lifetime Foundation, Inc.

Hunt the Island - A True Sportsman's Paradise


Delta Marina located in Empire, Louisiana

King Kooker - Cookout Portable Propane Outdoor Cookers and Smokers, Cookware, Accessories and More!


Beyond Bullets and Baits by Don DubucOrder your Kindle Version is available on Amazon

How to Walk in the Marsh by Chad Adams
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So, what is August like for you?

It was my first charter of the season, back after the winter off, and my favorite client and her friend and I were celebrating boating a 247-pound Broadbill Swordfish as the first fish of the season on my new charter vessel. Fast forward seven months, and Cathy and I landed in a helicopter on a remote island nearly 100 miles from the resort island we were calling home for the next eight days…or so I thought.

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Tuna Tagging In the Tuna Capital

Catch and Release is seldom practiced. In Louisiana, there is a strong culture of “feed your neighbor, and everyone else”. People like to load the cooler, which is why the TX-LA Invitational Tagging Tournament became so special for me.

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A Big Fish Story

Every angler has a good fish story.  Each time that story is told, the tale becomes a little taller, the details get a little juicier, and the legend lives on.  For Paul Ippolito, Mike Ippolito, Ron Roland, and Patrick Fitzmorris, what began as a Memorial Day fishing trip for blue marlin turned into a weekend they will never forget, a legacy to be passed down, and one unforgettable, big fish story!

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