The Gator Boys are doing their best to tackle an unusually high number of nuisance gators. Ashley thinks everybody is squeezing her out so Kayla can take her job. Paul takes Kayla out to hand-catch gators, a move that could prove dangerous if not deadly.
The Gator Boys must rebuild their old enclosures or be forced to turn away gators due to overcrowding. Tre tries to impress the airboat boss, but crashes the boat. Chest deep in murky, weedy water, Jimmy and Paul search for a feisty and agile alligator.
The Gator Boys find themselves facing record-breaking sized alligators. When Tre's metal detector hobby begins to distract Scott and other volunteers, Paul comes up with a plan to end Tre's treasure hunting for good.
The Gator Boys capture a fast and furious alligator at a golf course. Paul and Jimmy meet a teen whose arm was bitten off by an alligator, and help him face his fears by giving him hands-on experience with a giant gator.
The Gator Boys visit Native Village, the place where they got their start. After they fight a 14-foot gator that once took a big bite out of Paul, Jimmy is confronted with the death of his friend and mentor, Skeet, the original owner of Native Village.
In one of Gator Boys' more bizarre gator rescues, Paul and Jimmy remove a nuisance gator from under an Elvis Impersonator's 1959 Cadillac. Tre crashes Paul's truck and destroys his only means of transportation, forcing Paul to ride in Jimmy's truck.
While Paul and Ashley work to train Kayla to be a gator wrestler, Jimmy and the volunteers head to Tampa to help a new park with its grand opening. They get more than they expected when a ferocious 17-foot crocodile refuses to move without a fight.
The Gator Boys tackle nuisance calls and donate gators to a wildlife preserve. Jimmy meets his biggest fan: a 3-year-old girl with a life-threatening disease. While on the road, the boys remove an aggressive alligator from a muddy Mississippi ditch.