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Yukon Men season 2 episodes list:
Stan nearly loses his winter's supply of fish during a risky maneuver on the river. Charlie is in danger of letting precious meat slip away. Courtney tries to bring down her first moose. James battles a deadly virus outbreak among his dog team.
Moose hunting season is almost over, and Bob and Charlie are desperate for a moose. Joey and Francis team up to make the most of the hunt. Stan Zuray's sled dog needs emergency surgery. The Moore's new dog handler struggles to make it in Tanana.
It's winter in Tanana and villagers race to prepare for the brutal season before the freezing ice and snow engulfs the town. As the pressure to make it rises, tempers flare and father-son conflicts put lives in danger.
It's trapping season in Tanana and villagers battle deadly cold to get fur. Joey starts his own line, and ends up in trouble. Charlie and Bob chase a vicious wolverine that's been stealing their bait. The Moores make a decision about newcomer Dustin.
Trapping season is underway, but record-low snowfall has made fur scarce and villagers are forced to adapt. A deadly wolverine threatens the Moores' fish camp. Charlie and Bob go after a bear in its den.
Lack of snow is making trails impassable. Joey sets a new trap line that brings him face to face with a vicious predator. Charlie trusts Bob to run his traps, but Bob might not be up to the challenge. James struggles with a wood shortage.
The Moores gamble on catching eels as a new source of food for their dogs. Stan and Joe hunt moose in their last chance to get meat before the dead of winter. Charlie and Bob work around the clock to save their dismal season.
On the season finale, the dead of winter is here and Stan has been on the hunt for over a week without results. Charlie's freezer is empty but a town crisis prevents him from hunting. Courtney is missing in action and Francis destroys James' snow machine.
As the Dark Days of winter are ending, reserves are dwindling fast. Villagers must furiously re-stock their supply. Stan risks his life in hazardous whiteout conditions. Charlie uses tough love on Bob, pushing him farther away from subsistence living.
After the worst storm in ten years, Tanana residents emerge to see what's left of their village. Charlie needs help defending his trapline from the Moores, but his son, Bob, is missing in action. Stan receives an unexpected visit from the lower 48.
The annual dog sled race is the biggest event in the village. The Moores look to defend their crown, but James looks to take it away and take over the dog breeding business. Charlie and Stan band together to keep everyone safe from a vicious wolf pack.
A late-season cold snap grips Tanana. James finds a creative way to save his business and teach his son, Francis, a lesson. Stan faces the deadly Tozi River crossing without Joey. The Moores turn to an outsider for help, and face the shock of a lifetime.
It's goose-hunting season. Conflict between Stan and Joey leads them to a rite of passage. A confrontation looms after Bob fails to meet his responsibilities with Charlie. James goes hunting on deadly grounds. Pat must put his trust in newcomer, Sean.
Spring brings predators to Tanana, and Stan loses a sled dog to a hungry bear. The Yukon River begins to thaw at an alarming rate, and the villagers must quickly move to high ground. The town gas pump breaks, putting a halt to flood preparations
As floodwaters surge valuable driftwood is left flowing in the wake. James takes to the river to stock up. Joey also races up river but ends up stranded. Pat hires a helper from New Zealand.
Pat is faced with tough financial choices when he finds out his newly handicapped wife is returning home. Sensing weakness, James comes up with a plan to bring Pat's kennel down. Stan is forced to make a life-changing decision. Bob finally decides to leave Tanana.