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Before complaining about the market price of Alaska king crab, check out this gripping documentary series, revealing the mortal perils and intense discomfort that fishing crews face on the Bering Sea to catch the delicacy. Those perils include 40-foot waves, 700-pound crab pots that can easily crush a careless crewman, and freezing temperatures around the clock.

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With just 10 pots to go, a crushing injury requires a Coast Guard rescue; Josh and Casey face a huge loss when their offload gets canceled; Sig rolls the dice on an early finish, while Monte hauls more crab than the Wizard can hold.
aired 67 days ago
Each skipper's next move determines who survives the final winter dash; winds put the Wizard on a collision course with a monster; Jake taps a Hillstrand to save the Saga; Josh and Casey hit numbers not seen since Capt. Phil.
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As the first arctic storm of the season arrives, Saga's deck boss takes a knife to the ribs; Josh and Casey's record-setting haul gets interrupted when a hand gets tangled in the coiler; Capt. Bill takes one last stab at motivating a lazy greenhorn.
aired 71 days ago
Amid the heaviest competition in years, Mandy holds a steady course and hits the king crab jackpot; Jake wins big hauling Sean's pots; Sean faces the long arm of Alaska law when the crab in his tanks come up short.
aired 71 days ago
As the fleet chases the king crab super swarm, a decades-old rivalry heats up between Harley and Keith; Sean and Jake join forces to set down Sig and Mandy; an inattentive greenhorn costs Sean time and money on the Brenna A.
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The bone-breaking winter unleashes its fury on the Summer Bay; a rookie mistake leaves Capt. Bill short a hand; Jake hits the jackpot at sea but forces on land cost him dearly; Sean discovers the fatal flaw in his crab count.
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As smoke fills the Wizard, the Colburns face a dark ship nightmare; towering breakers shatter Jake's anchor forcing him to fight to avoid the rocks of St. Paul Island; battered by relentless seas, Sig turns to family to fill the Northwestern's tanks.
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As crabs become elusive, veterans Sig Hansen and Harley Davidson form an unlikely alliance, but trust doesn't come easy to old-school captains; Freddy pays a price for Keith's decision to haul in intense seas; Jake tempts fate to become a boat owner.
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Monte returns to co-captain the Wizard just as storms slam the fleet from the south; Jake battles the risk of hauling pots in 30-foot seas to return to his family; Wild Bill drives farther north into the icy Arctic than any other boat.
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The fleet battles a freight train of back-to-back storms; Sig's crew pays a price for stuffed pots; Harley risks gear on an elusive hoard under the ice; Freddy attempts self-surgery on the Wizard; the Summer Bay crew gets news on Nick's future.
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Deckhands pay in blood as captains make up for time lost to the storm; on the Cornelia Marie, Josh takes the wheel as Casey conducts surgery at sea; Brenna A tests the mettle of a former Marine; a call from home has Sig facing a worst-case scenario.
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In storm-driven seas, Cornelia Marie's crane goes off the rails, smashing Josh and Casey's wheelhouse and injuring deckhand Taylor; Sig risks navigating a rocky passage in treacherous conditions, and the Wizard crew face a rogue wave without warning.
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As arctic super-storm Elsa intensifies, a forecast warns of isolated waves of unusual size; trapped in the crab-rich northern grounds, the Cornelia Marie, Wizard and Southern Wind haul pots as big as the waves, until one boat faces a 60-foot monster.
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The wrath of Arctic Storm Elsa hits the Cornelia hardest as a breakaway pot thrashes Josh and Casey's crew; Capt. Keith orders deckhands onto the stack as Elsa's icy blasts threaten to capsize the Wizard; the Saga takes a rogue wave.
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Josh and Casey haul their all-time biggest pots, starting a rush to the Russian line; Capt. Bill gets inside intelligence, while Harley confirms numbers his own way; Arctic Storm Elsa builds in fury, casting a deadly spell over the fleet.
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Josh and Casey risk a 500 mile trek north to the Russian line; Jake tracks a fast-moving crab horde; Sig does double duty on the Northwestern; the Bering sea cracks the Wizard's 74 year-old steel hull; the Colburns face the loss of their father.
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As winter intensifies, Sean faces an engine-room fire; the Summer Bay deck boss suffers a season-threatening injury; Harley offers a trial run to his nephew; Monte races to fill Wizard's Bairdi quota so Keith can say farewell to their father.
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The coldest weather in nearly a decade threatens to crush hulls and freeze the sea; Monte must fill his tanks fast to get home to his ailing father, while a shocking mishap leaves a Hansen family member clinging to life.
aired 74 days ago
The Wizard is left stranded filled with smoke; Capt. Bill loses a deckhand; Jake calls on a Hillstrand to save the Saga.
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Captains take on the steepest waves yet in an epic final surge to hit their quotas; Jake fights through a debilitating crew injury on deck; Josh gambles big on his crab count; engine failure leaves Sig dead in the water.
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As rogue waves threaten to capsize their boats, Jake and Sean must make life-or-death decisions for their crews on deck; Wild Bill faces a choice that could end his career: Keith returns to the Wizard and puts an unexpected end to his brother's rule.

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