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It's the deadliest job on earth: crab fishing off the Alaskan coast on the icy Bering Sea. These adventurers will battle Arctic weather, brutal waves, and a ticking clock for big money in this modern-day gold rush from which they may never return.
It's the first day of work at the world's deadliest job. 1500 fishermen have converged on Dutch Harbour for the start of the Alaskan King Crab season.
After a long night of baiting and setting crab pots, the fishermen anxiously await the captain's call to begin fishing.
The pressure is on when the Alaskan Department of Fish and Game announces an early closure to the season.
With less than half a day left in the Alaskan king crab season, the crews race the clock to get as much crab as they can.
It's the dead of winter in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, but opilio crab season is just about to begin and 171 boats begin the long journey to find them.
The Big Valley has sunk, her crew is still missing and all anyone can do is pray. But the Bering Sea soon claims another victim when a deckhand falls overboard.
It's been twelve hours since the crab season opened and the Bering Sea has claimed six lives. The rest of the fleet begins to pull the pots and hopes are high.
An electrical fire breaks out in the engine room of one boat, and its crew must scramble to fix the problem before safely returning to fishing.
84 hours in to the Opilio season, the hunt for crabs intensifies as rumours of a possible closure prompt the men to push even harder.
In the last hours of the season, the boats race back to port. Offloading is on a first-come-first-served basis, so captains compete for the best spot.
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