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The Key Safety Detail Most Deadliest Catch Fans Don’t Understand, According To Sig Hansen

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In an interview with Tim Estiloz, Sig Hansen broke down one of the real dangers of crab fishing. “One thing that the audience may not understand,” he said, “is usually if something bad is going to happen it’s going to happen right off the bat.” 

“Deadliest Catch” viewers can attest to the variety of calamities that escalate quickly on board, whether it’s a mechanical issue, a 700-pound crab pot careening out of control, or a fisherman going overboard. “As I’ve gotten older,” Hansen continued, “I see more of the danger that’s around me and I think I’m more fearful of it.”

Still, Hansen admitted that he still feels comfortable on the high sea, where he feels he at least has a modicum of control. “There are times when I feel more safe on that boat in a storm than I would driving down an interstate in a car,” he said. “I know the limits of my boat.” Indeed, only a career fisherman with decades on the job can still eke out joy from life-and-death circumstances. “It’s just unscripted,” Hansen said to Nicki Swift in 2021. “There’s so much unknown, and that’s what makes it fun. I’ll be 55 years old, and I get a rush every time I go up.”

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