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.
Tessera was a year's supply of food and oil. It could be given to kids age 12 to 18, the ages in which you have to be in order to be selected in the Games. You can even get more tessera for each member of your family. The only catch is that you have to put your names in more times, making your chances of being in the Games higher, and for nearly all districts, being selected for the Games was pretty much a death sentence.
I don't know how much money they have, but from what I have seen of KC and Jo-Jo they are very rich. I don't know about rich money wise but for them to be strong enough to admit that they had a problem and then show the public the trip they went through makes them very rich. I'm so glad to see such class and to me that means so much more than being rich.
its a mystery...much like the bigger question if your mum really did catch you with the dog and peanut butter that fateful night...
Too much chewing gum, too much oral sex or being punched.
Barely anything. Just enough to be able to leave their jobs for 2 months.
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 how many lbs of crab they catch.
it depends on the crab count and the amount of there share that was agreed upon with the captin
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.
from what iv seen, during the beginning of the shows first run was deck hands making 50-80k at the end of the trip
for non-members yes you can fx catch swordfish,lobster and tuna and for members no much better go to catherby