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The village of Tanana is low on meat. Stan Zuray and his son make the dangerous journey into the Yukon Mountains to hunt for caribou. Charlie Wright faces the threat of a lone wolf that is terrorizing the town.
The men have only three weeks left in trapping season to trap as much fur as possible, and a brutal winter has made the animals scarce.
It's the end of trapping season and the final push is on. Charlie and Bob rush to the river before it melts in hopes of snaring some beaver. Stan and Joe visit Tosi cabin to trap their fur on land. However, they face a larger problem... a bear.
It's goose-hunting season and the people of Tanana are stocking up on food. Stan and Joey race to get first goose and Charlie and Bob have a father-son contest. The rivers they use to travel are melting fast, and not everyone will make it home.
The rivers around Tanana are dangerously melting. Most hunters have made the deadly journey back home but Charlie's brother-in-law, George, is missing. Search & rescue efforts are unsuccessful. A town of 200 people has to face a shocking reality.
Joey Zuray has to do is move the house he wants across town, before it gets demolished in a few days. Charlie hunts a deadly black bear that's menacing the village.
Its driftwood logging season, and there's a brief window to pull firewood out of local rivers. James relies on his young son to help make ends meet. Stan gets caught in a powerful storm and Charlie battles a deadly black bear.
Salmon is a precious food source, and the people of Tanana only have a few days to stock up for the winter. Stan Zuray and Pat Moore race to get fish wheels in the water to feed their dog teams, while Charlie sets nets to catch fish for his family.
The villagers of Tanana have just 18 hours to get a year's worth of king salmon. Joey and Bob find themselves in the midst of a dangerous hunt. Courtney takes it upon herself to help feed her family, and vicious grizzlies are stealing food.
The Moores caught altogether several pounds of chum salmon for their dogs and less than 30 king salmon for their extended family, which is not enough for the winter. James Roberts caught only a few chum salmon and king salmon in his net for himself, his family, and his sled dogs, but is relieved a bit when Joey brings him several pounds of grizzly meat to supply his family and his dogs for a few days.