Wicked Tuna Outer Banks

Wicked Tuna Outer Banks

New England’s best bluefin tuna fishermen venture south to North Carolina’s treacherous fishing grounds, the Outer Banks, where they will battle the local fleet for the ocean’s most lucrative prize. A single giant bluefin can be worth more than $20,000 but the dangerous waters, small quota and explosive rivalries make North Carolina’s Outer Banks, nicknamed “The Graveyard of the Atlantic”, the most challenging place in the world to catch these elusive fish.

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Schedule

Sunday September 20th, 9/8c PM

Wicked End

Sunday September 13th, 9/8c PM

On a Fin and a Prayer

Sunday September 6th, 9/8c PM

Burn Blubber

Sunday August 23rd, 9/8c PM

Reels of Misfortune

Sunday August 16th, 9/8c PM

Wicked Ride

Sunday August 9th, 9/8c PM

Salty Gals and Southern Nights

Sunday August 2nd, 9/8c PM

Fins of the Father

Sunday July 26th, 9/8c PM

Bombs Away

Sunday July 19th, 9/8c PM

First Strike

Sunday October 19th, 10/9c PM

The Fat Tuna Sings

Sunday October 12th, 10/9c PM

Tick Tock Tuna

Sunday October 5th, 10/9c PM

Doghouse Afternoon

Sunday September 28th, 10/9c PM

From Rods to Riches

Sunday September 21st, 10/9c PM

By Hook Or By Crook

Sunday September 14th, 10/9c PM

Ice Ice Tuna

Sunday September 7th, 10/9c PM

We're Not in Gloucester Anymore

Sunday August 31st, 10/9c PM

Bluefin or Bust

Sunday August 24th, 10/9c PM

Southern Discomfort

Sunday August 17th, 10/9c PM

Yankee Invasion

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