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Deadliest Catch: Some Fans Believe Captain Phil’s Tragic Death Was the Show’s Turning Point

July 9, 2023 International, International News, North Pacific, Pacific

Discovery’s “Deadliest Catch” may have 19 seasons and counting under its belt, but some fans believe the show experiences a major turning point in Season 6, which aired in 2010. From the series premiere in 2005, audiences always get to know a bit about the captains and deckhands, but never anything too personal. Largely, it’s all about the dangers of the Bering Sea and filling the pots. That drastically changes in the last few episodes of Season 6, whenF/V Cornelia Marie Captain Phil Harris’ emotional last days are chronicled for the world to see. After suffering a stroke off-camera, Harris awakens from a medically induced coma. As shown on “Deadliest Catch,” he’s able to spend some time with his sons — Jake and Josh Harris — before passing away on February 9, 2010. >click to read< 17:21


Deadliest Catch: Where is Captain Casey McManus anyway?!!

May 3, 2023 International, International News, National, North Pacific, Pacific

High-stakes reality series “Deadliest Catch” is back on Discovery Channel for its 19th season. But a few familiar faces are missing from the popular show.Former cast member Josh Harris does not appear in the new episodes. Nor does his one-time partner Captain Casey McManus of the F/V Cornelia Marie.Instead, McManus has taken a job that keeps him a bit closer to shore. While Discovery Channel had cut ties with Harris, McManus’ future on the show was unclear. However, when details about the currently airing 19th season were released, his name was missing from the list of captains. Video, >click to read< 17:49


The Cornelia Marie Fishing Vessel Was a Big Part of ‘Deadliest Catch’ for Years. Where is She Now?!

May 2, 2023 National, Pacific

On a show like Deadliest Catch, the fishing boats are as important as the main cast members and crew. Since theCornelia Marie was with the series since nearly the beginning, but no longer appears to be part of the Discovery series, fans are curious. Where is the Cornelia Marie? And, perhaps more importantly, what happened to it? The Cornelia Marie fishing boat was introduced in Season 2 of Deadliest Catch. From there, viewers met the boat’s crew and got to knowCaptain Phil Harris. He later passed away in Season 6. The Cornelia Marie continued to be part of the series, however, and different captains took control of the vessel. That’s no longer the case. >click to read< 19:40


Deadliest Catch Captains Admit They Went to the Wrong Graveyard When Burying Phil

February 13, 2023 International News, National, North Pacific

Back in 2010, along with his coworkers, family, and friends, fans of Discovery’s “Deadliest Catch,” were shocked to learn about the untimely death of Captain Phil Harris. Producers of the show were able to capture the emotional and heart wrenching moments of Harris’s hospital stay, eventual death, and how it affected not only his family, but also the entire fleet. Sometime later, when fellow captains came together to memorialize the late leader of the Cornelia Marie, they told a humorous story about the funeral procession heading to Harris’s service. >click to read< 15:01

What Happened to Tony Lara from Deadliest Catch?

October 4, 2022 International, International News, National, North Pacific, Pacific

The Cornelia Marie was one of the first ships featured on Discovery’s “Deadliest Catch.” According to The Gazette Review, the ship was built in Alabama in 1989 and named after the wife of the original owner, Ralph Collins. Collins and his wife eventually divorced, and Cornelia Marie herself took ownership of the ship before selling part of her share to Phil Harris, who was the captain of the ship when the series started. According to The New York Times, Harris suffered a stroke on his boat in January of 2010 and died just a few days later. Lara was introduced in Season 7 episode “Sea Change” when Josh Harris brought Lara in to replace his late father. >click to read< 09:54


Biggest Crab Boat in the World: Facts You Might Not Know

April 27, 2022 National, North Pacific

Crab fishing is a dangerous industry popularized by the hit TV reality show The Deadliest Catch. You might be wondering which boat is the biggest crab boat in the world. For your information, the Fierce Allegiance is the biggest boat featured on the show at 166 feet long and is among the largest known crab boats. We’ll take a look at crab fishing and boats to dive into this industry. Crab fishing is a complicated type of fishing because of the dangers associated with it. Setting out to the frigid waters of the Bering Sea months at a time and having to haul hundreds of tons of crabs as you work toward your catch quota, this sort of life in Alaska waters is no joke. The many health risks associated with the job have also been featured on the show many times. Photos, >click to read< 21:45


Deadliest Catch: Season 18 – The fight to stay in business

March 24, 2022 International, National, North Pacific, Pacific

“Over the past 17 seasons, audiences have watched the legendary Deadliest Catch captains navigate treacherous seas, intense rivalries and even saw them fight to stay in business last year when the entire fishery almost shut down, but nothing could have prepared these captains for the loss of fishing the lucrative red king crab. For the first time in 25 years, the Alaskan government shut down red king crab catching for the season. Facing financial ruin, each captain is forced to start over and search the Bering Sea for a new way to make a living. Are these captains up for the challenge? Or will they pack up and head home empty handed? Trailer, >click to read< 10:51


‘Deadliest Catch’ boats bring Bering Sea whiskey to Seattle

October 7, 2021 International News, National, North Pacific, Pacific

“We just put it right up in the bow and let the boat do the rest of the work,” said Captain Josh Harris of the F/V Cornelia Marie. “The hardest part about the whiskey is not getting into it after a bad day of fishing,” laughed Captain Casey McManus, also of the Cornelia Marie. Barrels of whiskey from Fremont Mischief Distillery ride along in these fishing boats. “It turns out the barrels of whiskey need to be rolled once a month to get the flavor of the barrels in the whiskey. Well on a boat you don’t have to roll it Fremont Mischief co-owner Mike Sherlock was a commercial fisherman before he started making spirits so the causes his company supports all have ties to the sea. The profits fromStorm Tossed Ryesales have gone to The Sea Scouts, and the Seattle Fisherman’s Memorial Video, >click to read< 07:47


The Biggest Hauls Ever Made on Deadliest Catch

February 11, 2021 International News, National, North Pacific

When most people think of fishing, they immediately envision a serene and relaxing activity,,, However, that image changed for a lot of people in 2005 when Deadliest Catch debuted on the Discovery Channel. The series follows crab fisherman as they venture out into the ocean in search of Alaskan king crab and snow crab. The fishermen often have to brave harsh weather and intense storms and the job can quite literally turn deadly in just a matter of seconds. At the same time, however, the reward that comes with huge hauls makes many people feel like the job is worth it. So, just how big can these hauls be? >click to read<13:50


‘Deadliest Catch’: 8 Things You Didn’t Know About the Show

September 7, 2020 National

For 16 seasons, viewers have loved watching crab fishermen in the Bering Sea during the Alaskan fishing season. The Mike Rowe narrated show is now Emmy Award winning and has helped shed light on how commercial fishing is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States. Here are some things you might not know about the popular show. 1, How much do they actually make during crab season? (the first video features Captains Gary and Kenny Ripka). 3, Even though cameras are rolling, no one is actually safe onboard! When they say reality show…they mean reality. Captain Sig Hansen has claimed that the crew put their lives on the line every day, and that includes the cameramen. At one point, he had to save a cameraman’s life when a crane holding 900 lbs of crab almost knocked him off the boat. The crewmembers are a bunch of badasses, living on the water for three to five-week stretches right alongside the fishermen. It’s a dangerous job, but someone has to film it. >Videos, click to read< 16:43


Galley Stories! Captain Casey McManus-Fishing’s always family, and if you’re lucky, you get a bike!

March 9, 2018 National, North Pacific, Pacific

Captain Casey McManus from the F/V Cornelia Marie joins us to share his Story. From Ballard Wa to Bristol Bay and across the state of Alaska. From the time he was a young kid destroying his dad’s weed wackers to sitting in the Captain’s Chair. Please remember to Like and Share this Podcast Series. >Click here to listen< There are seven other podcasts in this fishing series, From Capt Jack Molan, “You can’t make this stuff up” to Dominic Bova-First Mate, From the Southern California Desert to the Bering Sea, Yah Buddy!, and everything in between. 16:54F/V Cornelia Marie – fisherynation.com (12)


F/V Cornelia Marie will not be featured on “Deadliest Catch” Season 13

October 15, 2016 North Pacific

F/V Cornelia Marie – fisherynation.com (13)From Josh Harris – Thank you to all for your patience. I had a family matter to attend to, so I have had to leave the boat to come home and take care of a few things. First and foremost, we want to thank everybody for all of your messages and wishes. The Cornelia Marie captains and crew really appreciate and are humbled by your outpouring of support. I am here today to set things straight in regards to the filming of Season 13 of Deadliest Catch. The Cornelia Marie and her crew are making their way out to the fishing grounds today. We do not have a camera crew aboard this king crab season. This was not our decision, and it was not made by the owners nor the captains of the Cornelia. This was not a dispute over money, this was simply a decision made by production Discovery. They have creative control over pretty much everything that airs on Deadliest Catch, and we respect that. We are fishermen and we will be doing what we love to do this king crab season, but we will be doing it alone. Video, Read the rest here 12:41


Deadliest Catch Captains Making Mischief for charity at The Captain’s Whiskey Slam

August 30, 2016 Pacific

In what may very well be the most chest-hair-growing partnership in modern memory, Fremont Mischief Distillery has teamed up with Deadliest Catch celebrity crab captains Sig Hansen and Casey McManus, as well as co-captain Josh Harris, to make whiskey for charity at The Captain’s Whiskey Slam. Fremont Mischief’s new rye whiskey, Storm Tossed Rye, is a special batch that has been barrel-aged aboard Sig Hansen’s Northwestern and Casey McManus’ and Josh Harris’ Cornelia Marie. The whiskey batch, aged on the two different boats, is going head-to-head in true Deadliest Catch competition style. The goal is to sell all of the Storm Tossed Ryewhiskey between the release date, August 20, and October 1 in order to donate $40,000 to Seattle’s Fisherman Memorial and Sea Scouts’ Propeller and Yankee Clipper educational vessel efforts. The vision for the event comes from Doug Dixon, manager of Pacific Fishermen Shipyard, and Mike Sherlock, owner of Fremont Mischief Distillery and 29-year veteran of commercial fishing. Read the story here 20:34


‘Deadliest Catch’ crew joins Fish for Kids program in Bristol Bay

July 23, 2016 North Pacific

F/V Cornelia Marie – fisherynation.com (15)Leave it to the crew of “Deadliest Catch to liven things up, even when it comes to a philanthropic effort by fishermen and Peter Pan Seafoods to provide salmon meals to local school children and raise funds for fisheries education. The salmon tender Cornelia Marie and its crew combined efforts recently to support the Fish for Kids effort, which for the past decade has accepted donations of fish from fishermen in the Bristol Bay region in an effort to bring top-quality local salmon to school children in the region. This year, some 12,000 pounds were donated to Fish for Kids. The crew of the Cornelia Marie offered a 10-cent bonus for every pound of fish donated to the program. Read the rest here 10:07


Former ‘Deadliest Catch’ Cornelia Marie Captain Tony Lara passes away in Sturgis

August 9, 2015 National

F/V Cornelia Marie – fisherynation.com (16)Tony Lara passed away in his sleep in Sturgis, South Dakota. Tony was a captain that Josh and Jake leaned on, after their father Phil Harris passed away. Captain Lara was only 56 years old. So far, there is no word on the cause of death, but the story is still developing. Tony Lara was a crabbing veteran, who had his own freighting business. For 10 years, he worked on the Cornelia Marie in the 1990s. He ran the boat for salmon tendering. Tony was a good friend to Phil Harris. He and Phil built the Cornelia Marie into being the crabbing boat that fans came to know on the “Deadliest Catch” series. Read the rest here 12:29


Discovery Channel drops the Harris boys and F/V Cornelia Marie

September 16, 2013 National

F/V Cornelia Marie – fisherynation.com (17)One of the most enduring and popular storylines on Discovery’s crab-fishing drama “Deadliest Catch” has taken yet another turn. more@zap2it


The Cornelia Marie Book – Are you a Cornelia Marie/Phil Harris Fan? Help support this effort.

July 27, 2013 North Pacific

F/V Cornelia Marie – fisherynation.com (18)Who is behind this book? My name is Morgan Howard. I am the eldest son of Cornelia Marie Devlin. I grew up fishing on our family boats. I have had the privilege to set up and personally manage all of the Cornelia Marie online communities; including the Corneliamarie.com website, the Cornelia Marie Facebook page, the twitter account and deadliestcatchfan.com. continued@kickstarter


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