I wonder if commercial crabbing will be allowed near/in Antarctica?
Love the show as well as Flying Wild Alaska.
In six days, I will be in Ketchikan, where the Deadliest Catch tour boat in berthed. If the fishing report is good that is what I am doing, I have taken the tour, it is great.
That whole series kinda fell apart when Phil Harris died. I don’t know if it’s still running or not, but if it is, I don’t think it’s with the same cast of characters.
So the king crab migrated through thousands of miles of warm, even tropical, waters to get to Antarctica?
All of Discovery reality type shows follow the same basic forumula which gets kind of tiresome at times, but if I could only get one channel it would probably be Discovery channel.
I especially like Mythbusters/Deadliest Catch/Alaska Pilots (whatever that’s called)
Snip: Captains Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand and Capt. Sig Hansen have agreed to return to "Deadliest Catch," the Discovery Channel series about crab fishing in Alaska. The Hillstrands and Hansen had announced earlier that the Hillstrands' boat, the F/V Time Bandit, and Hansen's boat, the F/V Northwestern, would not participate in "Deadliest Catch" this crab season. In a statement released Friday by the Discovery Channel, the captains announced they will join the show for filming. The Time Bandit is homeported in Homer.
I can watch DC for hours. I was a deck ape on a destroyer that was assigned arctic patrols. We did a lot of sloshing around on deck like they do, except our gear was crappy and we were nutty from hypothermia.
Who you callin’ crabby???
I love that show...