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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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Josh and Casey race to haul pots as engine failure threatens their delivery window; as seawater destroys his hydraulic motors, Junior attempts a risky high seas delivery of three new motors; Harley and his crew bang heads over his fishing strategy.
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As an injury knocks Sig out of his wheelhouse, Mandy takes the helm to face a disgruntled Northwestern crew; on the Wizard, damaged hydraulics and an umbilical hernia deal Keith a double gut punch; Josh and Casey suffer tragedy on the Cornelia Marie.
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Battling exhaustion, Wild Bill and his crew face the full wrath of the bomb cyclone; a snapped tendon puts the Summer Bay down a man; Josh gambles on crab-rich grounds in a costly venture north; an injured Mac fights to get Junior through the storm.
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A big decision weighs on Sig Hansen; rookie captain Sean Dwyer gambles on a new venture with a new crew; Jake Anderson struggles to replace a lost anchor before his quota is taken away.
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A massive leak fills the Time Bandit; a fistfight tests Jake's resolve while heavy winds and a snapped anchor threaten to wreck his boat; Sig's greenhorn has an awkward question.
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Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand fish together for the last time; Keith's inattentive crew sends the Wizard on a collision course; a belligerent deckhand tests Jake's resolve as captain.
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Wild Bill uncovers the truth about Nick McGlashan's terminal illness; a damaging mechanical issue threatens to crush Jake's future; warming seas force Keith into the unknown.
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Rising sea temperatures test the fleet; toxic smoke engulfs the Saga; Sean struggles to save the family business on the Brenna A; Wild Bill fears he could lose Nick to a terminal illness.
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The fall season begins with uncertainty; a seismic shift in sea temperature sends the fleet searching for displaced crab, while also fighting a large first storm.
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The fleet struggles as crabs vanish; Capt. Sig resumes the helm after a major heart attack; Wild Bill debuts his own brand new boat in a crisis season; attempting to rescue a heart attack victim.
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Stuffed pots come at a price as Jake scrambles to repair a slack tank before it kills his crab or capsizes the Saga. Josh and Casey's rudder fails in heavy traffic and Wild Bill's new greenhorn makes an easy target for an out-of-control picking hook.
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The Wizard catches fire in a violent storm known as a bomb cyclone; Josh and Casey attempt to fish in 30-foot seas; two rogue waves slam the Southern Wind; bringing himself to the brink of collapse, Wild Bill grinds his crew for 72 straight hours.
aired 12 days ago
A rogue wave forces Zack to make a life-or-death decision; Josh bets on a Bering Sea myth against his co-captain and crew; giant seas roll Sean Dwyer; Sig turns to daughter Mandy for help.
aired 12 days ago
Shedding blood on the Time Bandit; a fight breaks out on the Wizard; the Northwestern grapples with a burnt-out boat; a lost bet leads to cod guts on the Brenna A.
aired 13 days ago
Sig fights to survive a massive heart attack; Bill learns a dark secret about his son; Josh fights to prove himself; Jake learns a valuable lesson; Jonathan appeals to the gods.
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Intense weather and more damage to his battered boat take a toll on Sig's heart; the USCG attempts a dangerous medevac; Bill struggles with a water leak; Jake recruits an old friend.
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Captain Sig and crew fight for their lives against an engine room fire; faulty hydraulics and a flying 800-pound pot create a deadly situation on the deck of the Saga.
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The Northwestern catches fire days away from land; a family emergency forces Johnathan to make a desperate move on the Time Bandit; Josh Harris' judgment is tested.
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On the Summer Bay there's hell to pay when Bill's backup block goes missing; Cornelia Marie skippers Josh and Casey navigate a tenuous partnership at the Russian line; weighed down by three full tanks, Sig puts a heavy Northwestern in Mandy's hands.
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Listing heavily and taking on water, Junior calls on chase boat rescue for the first time in series history; Wild Bill sends Nick 20 feet off the deck in spite of his fear of heights; Josh and Casey hit a massive wave that knocks out greenhorn Maria.
aired 26 days ago
The Northwestern, helmed by Captain Edgar Hansen, nears the brink of mutiny; the Saga is at risk from drunk deckhands; Captain Jonathan gambles big; Freddie Maugatai honors his skipper to the extreme.

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