Art and Dan pay a visit to a Gitxsan fisherwoman in Hazelton, British Columbia; they ride along with her as she checks the nets that feed hundreds of families in her community; and are lucky enough to be gifted a Chinook.
From the shores of the River Severn, Art and Dan learn how to catch glass eels from a tidal river. The guys also get a chance to see an eel hatchery in Gloucester. They go back to London for some eel dishes.
Art sets out to learn the traditional means of baking whitefish in clay, sourced from the Yellowknife River. But first, he and Dan must survive a rocky boat ride across the Great Slave Lake to drop the nets. Once their seasickness subsides, they celebrate a clay-baked dinner with local dene drummers.
In the third-season opener, Art introduces Dan to a reclaimed First Nation's clam garden located in BC's Gulf Island's National Park; and after learning about the traditional means of cultivating and cooking clams, Art whips up a fire-roasted clam bake.