The Nordic Heritage Museum is offering a unique opportunity for fans of the Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch” tv show. On May 22nd, fans can attend a private tour of the […]
Update: Magnolia Voice has the story of Captain Phil Harris’ memorial. Earlier: One day before the second annual “CatchCon,” fans of the popular Discovery Channel show ‘Deadliest Catch’ have a […]
Star of the Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch Captain Sig Hansen will be on King-TV’s new show New Day Northwest later this week. Hansen recently released his memoir “North by Northwestern: […]
Captain Sig Hansen, one of the captains on the popular Discovery show The Deadliest Catch has written his memoir, “North by Northwestern: A Seafaring Family on Deadly Alaskan Waters,” which […]
“Deadliest Catch” deckhand and son of the late Captain Phil Harris, Jake Harris was arrested by the State Patrol for investigation of DUI and hit-and-run, KIRO-TV reports. The State Patrol […]
My Ballard reader Rob Senita attended Saturday’s sold-out Deadliest Catch fan convention in Seattle featuring Ballard’s most famous fishermen. Rob filed this report from “CatchCon” below…
One of the hottest tickets in town today was not the Mariners or Sounders, but CatchCon. Discovery Channel put on the first-ever Deadliest Catch Convention today at Pier 66. Tickets were limited to the first 500 people who signed up on Discovery Channel’s Web site.
The doors opened at noon, and ticket holders were ushered into the convention center where they could test their skill in the “Deadliest Sort” — a game where you had 30 seconds to sort through plastic crabs according to the gender.
The Wizard and Northwestern boats were on hand for tours throughout day. You were able to climb aboard these mighty vessels and take photos with some of the crew and of the boat itself…