Deadliest Catch 2013 Rumor Round Up


Another season of Deadliest Catch will be airing on the Discovery Channel tonight. However, it’s been long over for many captains. The King Crab season is filmed first and takes place between October and December. Bering Sea Crabbers traditional take a break and head back out for Opilio Crab after the new year. Although, Discovery Channel keeps the captains and crews exploits secret for most of the winter. It might come as surprise that many captains have taken to Twitter to update their adventures as they happen at sea. Here is a collection of tweets and photos that should give you a hint about the new season. The addition of two “new” boats might be the biggest story so far this season. Say goodbye to the Ramblin Rose and the Kodiak! Two captains found a new ride this season. Wild Bill will be piloting the F/V Cape Caution, while Elliott will be at the helm of his own boat this season, the F/V Saga. Here are a few clips and pics of the new season of Deadliest Catch.

Here are some highlights from the King and Opilio Crab seasons.  Pay attention to the date on the tweet!
So, now you have an idea of how the season went.  According to the Coast Guard, no crab vessels sank this year and no deaths were reported either.  So sit back and enjoy the show this season.  It sounds like things were much smoother this year.  Here’s a great promo for the new season.
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2 thoughts on “Deadliest Catch 2013 Rumor Round Up”

  1. Too Sig
    I watched you say it’s an ego thing to succeed. Your right. What you failed at is being a brother by letting your ego get in the way of seeing your brother succeed. Instead of helping your brother like a brother should you waited for him to fail. That’s not a good brother. If someone takes care of certain things it’s up to that brother to teach the other about it and talk about it, not wait to see if he fails in some way. Your a good man but your ego is very large and you don’t see it like everyone else does.

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