Change is coming for the Yukon Men. A government ban on a staple food source sends the Yukon Men to extremes. The village is visited by the Governor of Alaska, who bears news that will change the town and it’s people forever.
A double homicide rocks the small Alaskan town of Tanana. Pat is forced to make a difficult decision. Joey builds a raft for an epic trip to float a 3-ton truck 150 miles downriver. Meanwhile, Charlie gets devastating news about his son Bob.
Joey floats a massive truck on a primitive log raft for 150 miles down the deadly Yukon River. Stan finds himself stranded. Pat is surprised by his nephew's return to Tanana. Charlie and James go moose hunting to supply food for a traditional ceremony.
Charlie’s livelihood is challenged when the son of a Tanana legend lays claim to his trap line. Joey and Bob embark on a bow and arrow hunt to secure food for the town elders. James leaves his young sons in the wilderness in the ultimate frontier test.
Stan gets a surprise visit from an old friend and the reunion sparks opportunity for a dangerous and risky mining operation. Courtney helps a former villager re-acclimate to life in Tanana. Charlie tests his son Bob’s recovery with an epic hunt.
Villagers unite when bears descend on Tanana. Courtney risks her life to protect her family while Joey and others protect the town from a group of bears. Meanwhile, Charlie races to fix the water plant and Stan gambles on a mining project.
Stan’s mining gamble demands that he resurrect a 70-year-old tractor. Without it, the mission will fail. Charlie and Joey are put to the test when they have to endure the most challenging hunt of their lives. Pat Moore's son, Thomas, returns home.
James races to fortify his wood business and collides with another villager on the way. Stan risks losing all his winter fish to the river. A predator stalks Charlie as he finishes construction of his new trapping cabin. Tragedy blindsides Pat once again.