Coy Gomez from "Swamp Pawn" stars in the CMT reality docu-series.

There's Mutt and Jeff. Abbott and Costello. And then there's Brian "Shorty" Gomez and his dad, Coy Gomez. This mismatched duo live a couple of miles down the road from Bayou Pigeon. But being fishermen who live off the swamp, much of their time is spent at Rick Phillips' place, looking for work and seafood they can turn around and sell "in the hood."

Coy and Shorty would make perfect business partners, except for the fact that they couldn't be more different: Coy is bayou-bred, a tall backwoods gentleman who's quiet, reserved and thoughtful and stands in total contrast to the brash and scattershot Shorty. And while they disagree on just about everything — from living arrangements and what constitutes good business to merely what to have for dinner — there's never a doubt that Coy loves his son and wants the best for him — if only Shorty would listen to reason every once in a while.





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'Swamp Pawn' Season 2 Greets Next Generation of Fishermen — Premiering Saturday, November 16, the sophomore season of the CMT reality series will tackle crawfish, gators and snakes in addition to personal struggles with addiction. Read more...
CMT Goes Down to the Bayou for 'Swamp Pawn' — Premiering Saturday, January 26, the new reality docu-series follows a Louisiana pawnshop that buys and sells alligators, turtles, bullfrogs, crawfish, and everything in between. Read more...
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