A cameraman for Discovery's "Deadliest Catch" once asked F/V Northwestern deckboss Edgar Hansen what he was going to do if his body could no longer take the punishment of crab fishing on Alaska's Bering Sea. That simple question rocked H more
One of the most enduring and popular storylines on Discovery's crab-fishing drama "Deadliest Catch" has taken yet another turn.Fans of the late Capt. Phil Harris, his sons Josh and Jake, and their boat, the F/V Cornelia Marie, have watched f more
Before there was a "Deadliest Catch" on Discovery Channel, there was the F/V Cornelia Marie, and the woman for whom it was named, Cornelia Marie Devlin. After receiving ownership of the boat following a divorce, she partnered with the late Capt. more
When fans of the reality hit "Deadliest Catch," airing Tuesdays on Discovery Channel, first met deckhand Jake Anderson, he was a wide-eyed greenhorn (rookie fisherman) coming aboard the F/V Northwestern to catch crab in Alaska's Bering Sea.U more
Unfortunately, they were having difficulties getting the walrus body hooked from the boat, so deckhand Freddy decided to do something crazy. He decided he was just going to jump into the freezing waters and fetch it.
Figuring out what was about to happ more
Fans of Discovery's "Deadliest Catch" know that deckhand Freddy Maugatai -- a native of Pago Paga, American Samoa -- as a tough, volatile, hard-working crab fisherman. He was originally part of the crew of the F/V Cornelia Marie, but after the death of hi more
"Deadliest Catch" narrator Mike Rowe and F/V Time Bandit Capt. Andy Hillstrand (right)-- co-skipper with brother Johnathan (left) -- have been involved in a little back-and-forth about Rowe's detailed knowledge of the show's boats and crews that started o more