Flying Wild Alaska: Making the Trek
Watch as these mountain climbers start to make their trek up this treacherous Alaskan mountain range.
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Ragin Cajuns: Kip's Big Decision
Captain Kip Marquize drags in the waters of Redfish Bay, an area known to channel dense pockets of shrimp. However, the shrimp he's catching are too small to sell, causing him to contemplate turning his back on his home waters and shrimping in Alabama.
Flying Wild Alaska: One Tough Landing
On Ariel's final approach of her first solo flight, she faces dangerous cross winds. Will Ariel be able to stick the landing or will further complications arise?
Man, Woman, Wild: A Caviar Surprise
Stranded in the vast, frozen emptiness of Alaska, Mykel and Ruth are in desperate need of food. After catching a wild salmon, the pair soon realize they are in for a special treat -- caviar.
Ragin Cajuns: White Gold
The shrimpers of Venice are after White Gold shrimp. These aren't your everyday shrimp. White gold shrimp is sweeter and more tender than your average shrimp.
Ghost Towns of the American West
Mining towns thrived at the height of the gold rush in the American West. But as the mines dried up, the towns soon followed. Today these ghost towns are scattered all across the West.
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