Captain Sig Hansen
Captain Johnathan Hillstrand
Captain "Wild" Bill Wichrowski
Captain Jake Anderson
Captain Andy Hillstrand
Captain Keith Colburn
Captain Sean Dwyer
Eddie "Eddie Jr" Uwekoolani III
Nick Mavar Jr.
Eddie "Eddie Sr." Uwekoolani, Jr.
Monte "Mouse" Colburn
Captain Casey McManus
Captain Josh Harris
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With Sig now off the boat, it's up to Captain Edgar Hansen to finish out opilio season strong.
Captain Ed's Running the Boat
Saga deck boss Hannes accidentally gets his hand caught in the bay freezer door. The gruesome result could put him out of action for the rest of the season.
He's Holding His Hand
Before the quota system was put into place, Bering Sea crab captains used to have a set number of days where they were allowed to catch as many crab as they could. It wasn't only wilder - it was dangerous!
Derby Day Madness
Sig finds out that the F/V Destination and the six men aboard have gone missing on the Bering Sea.
Sig Receives Devastating News
After receiving a distress signal from the F/V Destination, the U.S. Coast Guard rushes to the scene to investigate.
Searching for the Destination
The Deadliest Catch captains aren't so sure this will be Johnathan's last season, despite what the Time Bandit captain is claiming. One thing's for sure though: they're all going to miss him when he does retire.
Is Johnathan Really Retiring?
The Deadliest Catch gives one final salute - Time Bandit style! - to Johnathan Hillstrand as he ends his final season.
A Final Salute to Johnathan
Sig checks in with Johnathan to wish him luck on his last opilio string ever.
Jonathan's Last Trip
While tying up the pots at the top of the stack, Saga deckhand Luce takes a nasty fall all the way down to the deck.
Man Down Jake!
The number 414 has a special meaning for the Dwyer family - it's Sean's dad's birthday and was also the time he passed away. Will it bring any luck to the Brenna A?
Buoy Number 414
Captain Sean lays down the law on the Brenna A after becoming frustrated with the bullying of a veteran deckhand.
No Bullying on the Brenna A
Wild Bill suspects that one of his crew members isn't taking his job seriously after a major mishap on deck.
Bill Yelled At Me Again Today
After Sig feels pain in his sides again, the decision is made to take him off the Northwestern and fly him back to Anchorage for further testing.
Sig's Early Exit
Captain Keith makes the decision to continue fishing during a massive storm. As a 40-foot wave rolls over the Wizard, his crew holds on for dear life.
Fishing in 40 Foot Waves
Jake Anderson has been on Deadliest Catch for 11 years and we've seen quite a transformation. The young captain looks back at his journey in this exclusive interview.
From Greenhorn to Captain
How is Captain Keith supposed to direct the Wizard through this storm when even the birds can't see?
The Birds Can't Even See