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    So it was Edgar who took the shot to the head... he was like what the heck was that? Judging by the previews the Opilio season... it's going to be another rough one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    So it was Edgar who took the shot to the head... he was like what the heck was that? Judging by the previews the Opilio season... it's going to be another rough one.
    Yeah, Opilio season usually is rough, coming as it does in January. Looks like those guys have their work cut out for them again...
    As for Edgar getting clocked by that hook, all I can say is WOW! I'm surprised he didn't get hurt worse than he did. At least he was able to shrug it off, and get back to work. I feel sorry for Jake, though. He tried to catch the hook and missed; that's why it hit Edgar. Poor kid has to be feeling guilty about that - even if it was an accident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    So it was Edgar who took the shot to the head... he was like what the heck was that? Judging by the previews the Opilio season... it's going to be another rough one.
    Yeah, Opilio season usually is rough, coming as it does in January. Looks like those guys have their work cut out for them again...
    As for Edgar getting clocked by that hook, all I can say is WOW! I'm surprised he didn't get hurt worse than he did. At least he was able to shrug it off, and get back to work. I feel sorry for Jake, though. He tried to catch the hook and missed; that's why it hit Edgar. Poor kid has to be feeling guilty about that - even if it was an accident.
    I feel bad for both of them, but I'm really glad that Edgar wasn't seriously injured.

    As for Phil, the commercials for tonights episode don't look very good at all...
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    Good grief.... I can't believe Phil had another engine failure. After the disastrous third season problems he had... I just really feel for him cause he just can't seem to win. I wouldn't be at all shocked if he walked away from crabbing after the injuries he sustained from this season and more just pure bad luck. i was kinda shocked the way the last episode ended with the coast guard helicopter. I'm sure all will be well... but it wasn't looking good.

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    Well, the Coast Guard chopper got to St. Paul OK (they diverted to there instead of where they were originally instructed to go, due to low fuel), and their patient got airlifted to Anchorage via airplane. As for Phil's problems, yeah, I feel sorry for him too. Unfortunately, these things happen - parts wear out on mechanical devices, especially fishing boats that get a lot of hard use over the years. We'll just have to wait and see how things go with the Corneilia Marie - and I'm sure Phil's not about to quit just because of these incidents. Crab fishing's in his blood; besides, the guy doesn't strike me as being the quitter type.
    Now you want to talk about quitters, look at that greenhorn on the Wizard - that 35-year-old nicknamed "Moi." What with his attitude and work record during the king crab season, I suspect that his fishing career will end when opilio season is over. I seriously doubt that Keith will invite him back again next year - Moi just isn't cut out for crab fishing; and I think even he's beginning to realize it.

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    I tell you.. the new episodes have been some real nail bitters. I was getting mad that Phil took so long to finally get medical attention. There's a difference between being a tough guy and being stupid. When your coughing up blood and don't think it's anything serious? That's just stupid! Most of the captains of the other boats are no sissies.. and they were telling him to get checked out. Then that storm that tore up the fleet... wow probably 2 or 3 more episodes and the season will probably be over with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    I tell you.. the new episodes have been some real nail bitters. I was getting mad that Phil took so long to finally get medical attention. There's a difference between being a tough guy and being stupid. When your coughing up blood and don't think it's anything serious? That's just stupid! Most of the captains of the other boats are no sissies.. and they were telling him to get checked out. Then that storm that tore up the fleet... wow probably 2 or 3 more episodes and the season will probably be over with.
    You have no idea how much I run into that problem with patients.................
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud23465 View Post
    I tell you.. the new episodes have been some real nail bitters. I was getting mad that Phil took so long to finally get medical attention. There's a difference between being a tough guy and being stupid. When your coughing up blood and don't think it's anything serious? That's just stupid! Most of the captains of the other boats are no sissies.. and they were telling him to get checked out. Then that storm that tore up the fleet... wow probably 2 or 3 more episodes and the season will probably be over with.
    You have no idea how much I run into that problem with patients.................
    I can imagine, jeriddian. It must be tough convincing some folks to go see their doctor.
    I'll tell you, though; if I were coughing up blood, I'd be heading for the local ER lickety-damn-split, that's for sure...
    Ain't no way I'd let something like that go unchecked; uh-uh.

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    The season finale's this Tuesday night. It looks like it's going to be good - storms hit the fleet as they race to fill their quotas before the opilio season ends.
    I also enjoy watching that spin-off series, "After The Catch," where the crab boat skippers sit around a table with Mike Rowe and discuss life as a fisherman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransWarpDrive View Post
    The season finale's this Tuesday night. It looks like it's going to be good - storms hit the fleet as they race to fill their quotas before the opilio season ends.
    I also enjoy watching that spin-off series, "After The Catch," where the crab boat skippers sit around a table with Mike Rowe and discuss life as a fisherman.
    I missed it! I don't know how, exactly, but I missed it. I saw the episodes before (except the one directly before the finale).

    As for "After the Catch" I do find it enjoyable, though not as entertaining as the actual show. It's a good "behind-the-scenes" sort of thing, like a commentary on the show. I like that sort of thing. If I'm not tired I'll watch it (since it comes on at 10 where I am I might be tired sometimes).
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