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Fishing for bluefin tuna is a way of life for many residents of Gloucester, Mass. "Wicked Tuna" takes viewers into the unrelenting North Atlantic waters infamously spotlighted by the novel-turned-feature film "The Perfect Storm," to follow captains who are relied upon by their families, their shipmates, and by Gloucester itself, to haul in boatloads of the large but elusive bluefin. The pressure to deliver is unforgiving -- the fishing season is short and tuna populations are dwindling -- but one "monstah" catch can reel in just as large of a payday.

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A look back at who caught the first fish of each season of the reality series, "Wicked Tuna."
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It is the second week of the bluefin tuna season; a familiar boat enters the fleet, igniting old rivalries; Pinwheel's crew members continue to mourn for Nick; the Wicked Pissah crew struggles to maintain its lead.
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A look back at the Hot Tuna's time in Gloucester, Mass., and new insights into Ott family history.
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"Wicked Tuna" mates travel down memory lane; Crew Confidential provide insights into life at sea.
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It's opening day of the bluefin tuna season; after a mediocre performance in the Outer Banks, Capt. Dave Marciano is ready for his first season aboard his new boat, the Falcon; Capt. Tyler McLaughlin copes with the unexpected loss of his mate.
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With fewer than four days left in the season, the fleet races to claim the title of top-earning boat; two captains are sidelined, and it is anyone's game.
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A recap of all the fishing and sea-faring drama from season 7 of the reality TV series, "Wicked Tuna."
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The fleet competes for final paychecks, and the two top boats are forced off the water.
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Brad Krasowski is one big catch away from completing his "worst to first" comeback.
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Capt. Dave Marciano tries to turn his bad luck around and salvage his season.
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After weeks of bad luck and few fish, Capt. Dave Marciano reaches his breaking point.
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Capt. Brad Krasowski is ready to make good on his promise to go from "worst to first."
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Capt. Paul Hebert's negative attitude sours his relationship with his mate, Rick.
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The weeks of fishing take their toll on the fleet in the middle of the season.
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A first look at season eight of the reality TV series, "Wicked Tuna."
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A week after the captains team up, the alliances begin to prosper.
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The captains team up to improve their chances even though forming an alliance is risky.
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Inexperienced fishermen crowd the water, forcing the fleet to fish through obstacles.
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Marciano feels the pressure to land his first fish of the season and garner a paycheck.
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Defending champion Capt. Dave Carraro and his vessel are back on top; for many in the fleet, FV- Tuna.Com's dominance is an unwelcome sight, and the fleet will do everything in its power to cool Dot Com's hot streak.
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A treacherous storm descends on Gloucester and fishing becomes a dangerous gamble.

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