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The gold rush in Alaska isn't confined to the state's precious ground. It's taking place on the sea ... or more accurately, on the bottom of the frigid Bering Sea. This series, from the creators of the Emmy-winning "Deadliest Catch," follows four gold dredges and their eccentric and driven crews who risk their lives to find as much gold as possible before winter sets in and it's too dangerous to dive. The custom-built rigs, some barely seaworthy, include an 80-foot barge run by the most successful gold dredger in Nome, Alaska, and a modified skiff that seats only two people.

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Desperate to be the gold king of Nome, Ala., Shawn risks the Christine Rose in dangerous waters; Ken struggles to free the Myrtle from the harbor; Emily fights a fouled airline; Kris attempts one more dive at the Bluff.
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In a race against winter, Shawn extends his sluice to get more gold; Ken pushes the Myrtle 24 hours a day; Emily tangles with the tide; Kris battles a bed of quartz; George enjoys a season-ending dive with his son.
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Vernon and his crew are stranded in the Yukon; Shawn's son is his good luck charm; Ken suffers a mechanical setback; rookie dives underwater for Emily.
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Newcomer Ken Kerr and the 600-ton beast Myrtle Irene threaten Shawn's plan to build his megadredge; the elements jeopardize Emily's plan to dive deeper; Kris heads to The Bluff with a new dredge, but faces complications.
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Winter winds force the captains to reevaluate risk and reward; Shawn's mega-barge extraction takes a turn for the worse; Ken pushes the Myrtle to the limit on a five-day run; Emily sends her divers deeper; Kris invents a new form of prospecting.
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Shawn works overtime to cover for his exhausted crew; Kris is blind-sided by the loss of his lead diver; Emily jumps in to prevent a fuel spill; Ken and George collaborate to find Myrtle a mother lode.
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The Bering Sea battle heats up as Shawn bets big on a new discovery he hopes will keep him ahead of Ken's massive dredge; the Kellys are forced to find new ground; Emily nearly boils a diver alive.
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The approach of a violent storm pits safety against the drive to succeed; Ken rushes to free the Myrtle before it's destroyed; Kris risks being stranded; Shawn mines until the Bering Sea rips up his dredge; Emily attempts to appease nature.
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In the Bluff's lawless waters, Shawn and Kris wield brute strength and make verbal threats while standing their ground against the competition; in Nome, Alaska, Emily and George gamble on new strategies and resources.
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Shawn and Kris battle encroaching miners; Ken's beastly Myrtle Irene continues to invade and operating costs soar; Emily expands her operation, but an air malfunction threatens her season.
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The Pomrenkes battle land and sea to vie for new gold-rich mining ground; Zeke and Emily risk life and careers in a dangerous boating maneuver; Kris has one last chance to prove his mining skill if he wants to stay in Nome.
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An injured Shawn depends on his crew to salvage the empire; Zeke and Emily land on a career-saving spot but toxic fumes threaten more than their season; George faces a final dive to determine his fate.
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As Nome bustles with gold miners, Vern returns with a grand mission; Shawn works on his mega-dredge; Ken reinforces with more than $500,000 in upgrades; Emily and the Kellys look to improve on their best seasons yet.
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Shawn races to the Bluff with only a day left in the season; Kris is on the best gold of his life, but his shoddy equipment keeps breaking down; Zeke is desperate to salvage the season but can't find a paystreak.
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Shawn tries to convince potential investors that his Megadredge vision is solid; Kris' frustration frays Andy's nerves; Zeke unleashes a secret weapon, but faces an unexpected challenge; Emily tries to pull her crew together to avoid an end.
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Captain Vernon begins the final leg of his epic journey transporting the Gold Ship Wild Ranger to Nome; Emily is forced to face ripping currents and an exhausted diver.

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