On last night’s Deadliest Catch, drama rose as Jake Anderson, of the Northwestern, fought with other crew about his work on the boat. Also, Captain of the Ramblin’ Rose, Elliot Neese, found out his ex-girlfriend is seeing someone new. But none is more shocking than seeing all the boats head back into the dock. Well, all the boats but one. The Seabrooke is continuing to push through to get their quota of crab. They started two weeks later than everyone else and look to be on track to catch up.
The ice is the reason most people are heading back. With the ice moving in closer to the grounds, it is making it difficult for fisherman to fetch their pots or navigate through the dangerous ice paths.
If you continued watching Discovery, you would have watched After the Catch, where they discussed the ice and the ambition to become Legendary. In my opinion, it was one of the best nights of Deadliest Catch because every five minutes something scary/funny/dangerous/epic was going on. If you missed it, I strongly recommend that you watch the episode.
Anyways, thanks for reading.