In an unique clip from the May twenty fourth installment, the veteran crabber is taking a big gamble in hopes of ending his duties as quickly as potential to return house for the beginning of his granddaughter. Dropping anchor within the northernmost reaches of Norway, Sig and his staff are trying to find Red King Crab.
The crabs supply the captain a temptingly profitable enterprise, nevertheless it’s a dangerous one too as a result of catching the invasive species is an unpredictable endeavor. In the clip, above, Sig oversees his crew from the bridge as they pull up traps from the deep. “We’re on the Russian border,” Sig explains to the cameras, “I gotta assume they’re just coming right across the border, that’s my gut feeling right now.”
As the staff pulls up the traps, the primary cage reveals over 50 Red King Crabs, giving Sig hope for what’s to return with the opposite traps. Sadly, lightning doesn’t appear to be hanging twice for the captain and his crew because the remaining cages stay comparatively empty once they’re pulled up from the ocean’s depths.
Sig’s hope was to exchange his misplaced Alaskan Red King Crab quota by supplementing it with the crabs from Russia, however has he put an excessive amount of religion within the unpredictable setup? Only time will inform, however the early disappointment on his face when he sees the opposite cages principally empty is pretty clear.
Deadliest Catch, New Episode, Tuesday, May 24, 8 pm ET/PT, Discovery