Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis

Episode 110: Take a look inside one of the world's most dangerous jobs with Captain Gary Ripka and Captain Kenny Ripka of Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove.
5:48 | 10/06/16

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In a very real way people's lives have been lost doing this year's yes we've we lost lots of you know. Friends over the years and since it's a way of life to higher risk job losses German world. I. What do you think people when they're sitting down two. Crab dinner. What do you think think don't realize about what went into getting out on their plate lets Clinton years quietly. That's one thing this show's gonna show what. Pat what it takes to get that crap on the plate and it's missed a lot more intimate and I think people realize. Would compel two people to do those dangers job's daughters were from new pour it that's just what you do. When your you know in that count of kind of born raised and grew up there and just Ellen to a did you talk about it when your dad yeah onions you know Borden summoned fish in my whole life and so. I was on the boats are very early age here we are really in trouble I mean and efficient yes. It was punishment. Glow the first time I went on the ocean has like 1011 and I got really sees it. And I decided at that point in time I'll be officially and that I got in trouble in school and he told me you know. Six straight not big on vision and summon punishment on the couch in my punishing analysts to go fishing. And keep my guts out for a whole summer and it worked. Arianna package now. But of the life changing moment form actually we see a lot of it unfold on this show but behind the scenes do you too get all the time I am just peachy yeah. I'm going to be very happy and camping under slack. Barrett night we've we've butt heads there's you know we we have been the biggest argument. Will probably clinical and ending in Hartford it scout for four years college competition yet pride is that the biggest one happened. Trader at. All. So the excitement that's exactly. They give it that way can. Not just somewhere else. They're they're friends of ours are just they're friendly competition but will be exactly what made you come back he called up and he he wants to start. You know limiting his time on the ocean getting genial. Way from more difficult it will pretty much told me he didn't come back to work for me I'm so does its own now. I came back to work. It about. This business I mean I get it it's a family thing you've been doing this for your whole life and so many people from your town have been doing this whole life. But for the person who's the outside looking in whose watch the show and seized. This is backbreaking work the pots are. A 125 pounds apiece as much as a hundred any heart not for the faint of heart and in a very real way people's lives have been lost due cleanest in years yes we've we lost lots of you know. Friends over the years in and it's it's typical pressed. In a lose one or two or more guys a crab season. That's until he says it's a way of life to hires John. Most John and world I looked it up and it is truly the most dangerous job in the White House. Ease them my heart but I think it. It's not just. Money as obviously the driving force but it's it's a lifestyle what she'd do it you're either hook. Are you run away from this fast camps how much money are we talking about crew members Ken Ken net anywhere from. On a average year you know. Ten to 151000. On a good year working on the deck of his votes have me as much as a 50050000. Dollars for crabs and in about Monday's issue like thirty. Six weeks but if you work for me on the western read is year round. You're gonna push close to six figures what's the biggest business lesson you learn from the work you know hard work. Pays off pays off that's a bit you know. In this business you truly. What you did and do it do you put in what you get out if you're on the right mode that right timing and everything clicks to straighten. And it happens get a can be really is there are righty or sort of a set. Of characteristics that would make some unsuccessful your job you have to have a good work ethic. You have to you know be willing to push yourself to two self driven via sultry evening after he's not willing to push yourself too sorry and one and then beyond breaking from Hispanic yes look at what's dangerous situation you found yourself. There's been several over the years it's kind of path that you know. One necessarily but but the bar is is where you gonna. Probably run and he must see this as they are for people who are familiar with will the bar is a stretch water that we have to navigate. To actually get out to be grounds to go fishing and it's it's the mouth of the river pretty much what it is and it goes out into the ocean so you've got now Tyler and there's you know rocks on each side. And so you have to navigate the stretch watering got water coming now you know from the river and and water coming in from the ocean. Meeting swells and they hate each other. And it stands swells. Of people who are just the average person getting out on the water do you have advice for how to navigate through rough waters don't do it and.

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