It’s Bluefin Season in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and New England’s best fisherman have followed the migration down to catch a piece of the action. But, an all-time low season quota means finding Southern hospitality won’t be easy. Northern and Southern fisherman fight to get the first catch and mother nature isn’t taking sides.
About Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks:
New England’s best bluefin tuna fishermen venture south to North Carolina’s treacherous fishing grounds, the Outer Banks, where they will battle the local fleet for the ocean’s most lucrative prize. A single giant bluefin can be worth more than $20,000 but the dangerous waters, small quota and explosive rivalries make North Carolina’s Outer Banks, nicknamed “The Graveyard of the Atlantic”, the most challenging place in the world to catch these elusive fish.
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