Every Alaskan summer, more than 400 fishing boats and their relentless captains race into Cook Inlet seeking wild Alaskan salmon. In just a few short weeks, these intrepid fishermen must make their entire yearly wage while facing tremendous tides, 30-hour work days, mechanical breakdowns and unpredictable weather. Can they reel in a share of the $65 million dollars of salmon up for grabs?
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