Expert fishermen hit the frigid North Atlantic, hoping to hook bluefin tuna and thousands of dollars.
In Glouchester, Massachusetts, the most skilled fishermen set out in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic in hopes of catching the valuable bluefin tuna. When one bluefin can bring in as much as $20,000--they'll do whatever it takes to hook up.
For tuna fishermen, the competition is fierce and the seas are rough. As the world debates how to save this species, these fishermen depend on them to make their living... one Bluefin at a time.
Hard Merchandise's first mate makes his captain proud.
The Bounty Hunter catches a tuna amid the frenzy of the last week before bluefin season ends.
Wicked Tuna's fishermen weigh in on the state of the herring population off the coast of Gloucester.
Molly Lutcavage, Director of the Large Pelagics Research Center, shares her thoughts on sustainable fishing of bluefin.
Captain Marciano's son reels in a big tuna and proves that hard fishing runs in the family.
Captain Dave sends the Bounty Hunter on a wild goose chase - wasting their time and gas.
Captain Marciano lets his charter boat guests on the rod for taste of the fight.
The first mate of the boat Tuna.Com has a certain way with words - and with a harpoon.
Renowned chef and National Geographic Fellow Barton Seaver discusses how to conserve the bluefin.
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