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Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks or Bust

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Featuring pop-ups with insider facts and insights into the fishermen's thoughts.

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Time is running out in bluefin season; the fleet scrambles for paychecks and the top spot.
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A dwindling bluefin quota leads to desperate measures.
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Injured Capt. Greg Mayer returns, but he's in for an uphill battle.
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Capt. TJ Ott is determined to prove himself.
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Injury sidelines the best captain, so the top spot is up for grabs.
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A Northern boat out-catches the Southern fleet.
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The fleet's fishermen are fishing hard to feed their families.
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A bluefin herd lifts one boat's curse, but others are unlucky.
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The southern fleet has the edge, but it may not last for long.
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The new bluefin season in the Outer Banks has strict rules.
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Featuring pop-ups with insider facts and insights into the fishermen's thoughts.
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Featuring pop-ups with insider facts and insights into the fishermen's thoughts.

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When bluefin tuna season ends in Gloucester, Mass., it's just beginning in North Carolina's Outer Banks, a perfect opportunity to pit North vs. South in a pro fisherman contest for the ocean's most lucrative prey. Venturing south are the best crews from Gloucester to take on top local fleets in the treacherous Outer Banks, where the weather is more unpredictable than up north, and the seas can be extremely rough. The Gloucester rod-and-reel vets must master "greensticking" -- trolling artificial squid from a 30-foot fiberglass pole to lure the elusive species to the surface. Top-dollar bluefin can be worth as much as $20,000 each, but a short season and small government catch quota means explosive rivalries surface quickly.
When bluefin tuna season ends in Gloucester, Mass., it's just beginning in North Carolina's Outer Banks, a perfect opportunity to pit North vs. South in a pro fisherman contest for the ocean's most lucrative prey. Venturing south are the best crews from Gloucester to take on top local fleets in the treacherous Outer Banks, where the weather is more unpredictable than up north, and the seas can be extremely rough. The Gloucester rod-and-reel vets must master "greensticking" -- trolling artificial squid from a 30-foot fiberglass pole to lure the elusive species to the surface. Top-dollar bluefin can be worth as much as $20,000 each, but a short season and small government catch quota means explosive rivalries surface quickly.
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