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'Deadliest Catch' Makes Crab Fishermen Stars

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'Deadliest Catch' Makes Crab Fishermen Stars

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'Deadliest Catch' Makes Crab Fishermen Stars

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For three seasons, the Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch has introduced viewers to the dangerous, exotic industry of Bering Sea crab fishing. It's also created an unusual lifestyle for some of the show's subjects, who now have to juggle crab fishing with talk show interviews and run-ins with obsessive fans.

From member station KIAL in Unalaska, Charles Homans reports.

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