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Adventures expose the harsh working environments endured by Alaska's fishermen.

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aired 104 days ago
At season's end, crews race into Cook Inlet for their share of payday; crews must wait in long lines.
aired 104 days ago
Captain Dan kicks into high gear; the Nights Edge continues to struggle with mechanical problems and a rookie mistake causes one team to lose top spot.
aired 104 days ago
At the start of the season 400 vessels race for the catch; a firsthand look at the competition aboard three boats.
aired 195 days ago
It's the peak of Cook Inlet's salmon season and the competition is fierce.
aired 195 days ago
All four captains make choices that complicate their day.
aired 195 days ago
The opening of the season puts pressure on the captains.
aired 416 days ago
On the last day of salmon fishing season, the captains struggle to catch as many fish as they can.
aired 416 days ago
Fatigue sets in at the end of the fishing season and the captains fall victim to costly mistakes.
aired 416 days ago
It's the peak of salmon season but the tides of Cook Inlet push the fishermen to their limits.
aired 526 days ago
The adversity fishermen have to overcome when going head to head.

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