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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.
October in Dutch Harbor is king crab season. The captains must decide whether to set sail as weather reports of rough seas threaten their trip.
The Cornelia Marie blows a head casket and heads back to the Dutch Harbor for repairs. With a storm not far behind, it's a recipe for disaster.
One of the worst storms in years is raging, but the crab fishing fleet must continue its hunt for the deadliest catch: the Alaskan King Crab.
After a profitable off-load on Akutan Island, Captain Sig Hansen and the Northwestern crew are back on the trail of the Alaskan King Crab.
With raging seas, freezing temperatures and a high injury rate, crab fishing is no breeze - as the Aleutian Ballad discovers when it is slammed by a huge wave.
January in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, finds the fishermen returning to their boats for the crab-fishing season. Here they'll prep their boats and supplies.
With the storm showing no sign of letting up, the Cornelia May is stuck in port, while the Rollo and the Maverick drop their pots quickly to avoid trouble.
Bad crab and long days fray nerves and cause fights on the Maverick. The trailblazing Time Bandit crew keeps pressing north into the Arctic onslaught.
The crew of the Maverick must work through a ship-wide flu epidemic while the Cornelia Marie has trouble finding their Opilio crab.
With temperatures dropping and ice levels increasing, the fleet face mounting dangers out at sea. Deckhand Dave becomes the first casualty aboard the Cornelia Marie.
The Rollo's Captain Eric is cross with his crew after a miscalculation results in forty thousand more pounds of crab being caught than allowed.
With the opilio crab season nearly at an end, the fleet push to get the last haul in. With their catch aboard, the next challenge for crews is to get back to port intact.
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