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Swinging 700-pound crab pots for hours guarantees injuries. That's the life of an Alaskan crab fisherman. He can earn enough money in a few months for a family to live on for a year or more. But it's also one of the deadliest, most backbreaking jobs there is. For these men, many second- and third-generation fishermen, working to the brink of exhaustion is more than a job, it's a matter of pride. Crews continue to forge into the freezing Bering Sea to compete against not only Mother Nature, but against each other.

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