How much do the captains make on deadliest catch?
These captains gross well over a million each season, yet they have to pay the crew... buy fuel... make a boat payment.. pay their insurance.. pay for boat maintenance because the boats take a beating every year.
The deadliest catch captains and crews make money according to the amount and quality of the crab they catch. That is why they must catch as much as possible. There is other fishing in the Bering Sea besides crabbing there is also Bering sea cod fishing which makes good money too.
It depends on the amount of crab per season, the quality of the crab that is caught, how many people is on the boat, and boats quota.
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the captains are the only ones that get paid. the crew does not collect any payment from the discovery channel. but from a good source who works on the wizard, keith colburn does share his payment from the discovery channel with his staff.
It depends on how many lbs of crab they catch.
I don't know I'm guessing about 100,000 a year but I'm not sure
it depends on the crab count and the amount of there share that was agreed upon with the captin
In one of the episodes, a captain states that he pays his 22 year old son about 100 grand in one season. I just saw a presentation from one of the guys on deadliest catch and he said that men usually make about twenty to twenty five thousand for one crabbing season.
they all get a certain amount of the money they get from the crab they catch
They have their own crew and boat.
40,000 for 3-5 days of work
Nothing. Discovery doesn't pay them.
60,000 per boat
The Deadliest Catch Guys earn $75,000 per boat for the Time Bandit, Northwestern, Cornelia Marie, and the Wizard. And $25,000 for the chase camera boats like the Sea Star.
Cant vouch for the other but Sig make 500k per season on the show but i dont know if he gets more now since bait has started up
It really depends on how many people is on the boat, how much crab they catch, crab price, and the boat quota. but average they make about $20,000 - about $50,000 a season. Alot of people want this job for the money but they not just going to hire you for the money unless your really good at it. And you got to love this job Even though its the most DANGEROUS job in the… Read More
They make about 60 dollars
100 dollars a minute. A close relative of mine was actually a cameraman on the show.he said the conditions were treacherous and though the money was fantastic he would definitely think twice before doing it again.
There are no "show members". The fisherman are real fisherman and get payed depending on how much crab they catch. The cameramen don't get payed at all. They just want to film the life at sea for a crab fisherman.
According to Josh Harris they don't get paid from Discovery. Discovery sent them a fruit basket but it was ever received.
from what iv seen, during the beginning of the shows first run was deck hands making 50-80k at the end of the trip
it is said that he made 1,400,000 for "dirty jobs", but he probably made a lot more then that because he is the narrator in the show "deadliest catch" and he dhus a lot of commercials.
you dont get payed monthly, but when you catch all your quota for the season, you get payed depending on how many lbs. of crab you catch , but it all depends on how much crab you catch.
So much fish they make soup out of it. And it's pretty tasty.
Depends on how much fish they catch! But mostly enough to get by
Eric mentioned that the boats don't get paid by Discovery Channel, leading him to tell them that they would have to pay him to do another season, they never called him back. He also said that the show was getting to much like a soap opera
Was in Alaska doing some consulting work and had an opportunity to go drinking with Captain and Crew on "Time Bandit". It was at the end of the second season with Discovery Channel and was told they have a contract for 10K per season per boat and a very small expense account for production crew. At that time, they made about the same amount a year in merchandise sales.
Nothing but your time if you catch your own fish.
It depends on how many pounds of catch they make on their fishing trip and how many crew are on board
Depending on the season (two seasons are shown on the show), the boat, the crab and general "it happens" they can make any where from $17,000 to $54,000 a season. The Northwestern is generally the most profitable ship, but they are one of the biggest with the most to lose. All of this info can be readily found on the last show of each crab season. The most I seen in a season was with… Read More
Less than Majors, Colonels, and Generals.
No much really but if we go out at night to watch them we will catch a cold.
$100,000 plus a year depending on if they catch their quota and if their on a larger boat.
Each chicken is 2.50 so it depends how many you catch
you can find mewtwo in cerulean cave, just make sure you have a master ball it will make it so much easier to catch him.
not enough that's for sure
Galileo wanted to make the telescope to make money. He needed to make money to live. A telescope that could make items far away appear much larger could make a lot of money for it's inventor. Ship's captains, and military officers would want to buy it. His first objective was to sell an invention that would make him rich.
Roughly around $300-$400 a day, depending on were you work, bigger cities along the river pay more than smaller ones. I work on a TOWBOAT and there rates are anywhere from $500-$600 and rising.
Either spend the weekend with him or go catch some movies or cook for him.
They're all potentially lethal. The deadliest component isn't the firearm itself - it's the firer. A capable shooter with a .22 has much more potential lethality than an incompetent shooter with a .50 cal.
A percentage of the catch in dollars, roughly 6%. Varies with the company/skipper.
They generally get a cut of the profits made from selling their catch. $20 to $50,000 per trip.
You're pretty much screwed, it's one of the deadliest spiders on earth.
Too much heat, too much cold and you can simply catch it from the people beside you.
No, they have to catch flies in their traps to retrieve much needed minerals and nutrients that their boggy habitat does not have to offer.
They can catch the flu from their owners. They can pretty much catch anything that people can catch.
No. While Mitch was one of the deadliest hurricanes other hurricanes have been much bigger.
You can catch it pretty much anywhere, with pretty much any poke ball!
You can catch as much as you want.