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This reality series follows commercial fishing crews as they try to catch bluefin tuna off the coast of North Carolina. The series follows crews from the Northeast as they head south to search for tuna in their off season, as well as local crews who know the warmer waters a little better.

Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (87 episodes). The series first aired on August 17, 2014.

Where do I stream Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks online? Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks is available for streaming on National Geographic, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks on demand at Disney+, Amazon, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on National Geographic
7 Seasons, 87 Episodes
August 17, 2014
Action & Adventure Nature Documentary & Biography Reality
Cast: Rob Naughton, Tyler Mclaughlin, Timothy James Ott, Jarrett Przybyszewski
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Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks Full Episode Guide

  • The fleet is running out of time to prove they are the best of the best. While Rasta Rocket and Reel E Bugging struggle to make a profit; Fishin Frenzy, Pinwheel, Little Shell, Dot Com and Hot Tuna are all within striking distance of first place. With the clock ticking, its a head-to-head battle in a two-day push for glory as these titans grind to catch blue gold and become OBX Champions.

  • The best of the best from the North and South battle to catch more bluefin before the season ends in a neck-and-neck race.

  • A grueling season has taken a toll on the OBX fleet, but with less than $5,000 separating the top five boats, no one can slow down now.

  • With the end of the season drawing near, the fleet is desperate to catch. Some fishermen are focused while others let their tempers take over.

  • In order to have a profitable season, every boat must be willing to chase the bite.

  • The fleet communicates in order to find the fish, but some boats have to follow every lead they hear about, if they want to turn their season around.

  • The captains must decide if skill or luck will help them win as the quota fills up.

  • Hard times on the water leave two former champions struggling to stay in the competition.

  • Captain Dave Carraro of the lives up to his “Tricky Dave” reputation when the fleet begins to doubt him after a few sneaky moves.

  • Bait boils and the bluefin bite, but a devastating loss could change a champion forever.

  • Former winner Fishin' Frenzy struggles to keep up against the toughest teams on the ocean.

  • Several of Gloucester's top fishermen follow bluefin tuna south to the Outer Banks for winter.

  • Time is money as the captains fish for “blue gold,” and when the costs of trying to bring home a bluefin pile up, some captains reevaluate if the benefits of tuna fishing outweigh the drawbacks.

  • The Pinwheel duo work to prove their worth and gain respect throughout the fleet.

  • Will the green stick continue to give the Little Shell an edge, or will the more traditional rod-and-reel rivals prove victorious in the long run?

  • All-star captains go head-to-head when bluefin season opens in the Outer Banks.

  • In this episode we are looking back at all of the greatest moments in greenstick history.

  • Several of Gloucester's top fishermen follow bluefin tuna south to the Outer Banks for winter.

  • Several of Gloucester's top fishermen follow bluefin tuna south to the Outer Banks for winter.

  • Three beachgoers are attacked by sharks off the shores of Cape Cod, including the first shark fatality in Massachusetts in more than 80 years.

  • A quota extension creates an all-out frenzy as the captains scramble to land a few more fish before the season ends; Capt. Reed Meredith knows he has what it takes to lead the fleet; northern boats try to keep pace with the southern fleet.

  • The captains are feeling the pressure; even the smallest mistake can torpedo a captain's chance of taking the top spot; Capt. Reed Meredith becomes desperate when mechanical failures threaten to derail his season.

  • With one quota extension already running out, captains weigh risks versus rewards and some put their boats and crews in jeopardy in the battle to win.

  • With the quota extended and the season stretching longer, the fleet is feeling homesick.

  • One fish could make all the difference; a little bit of luck goes a long way.

  • The Southern fleet fights to keep the lead, but the Northern boats aren't going down easy; when one fish is all it takes to shake things up, the only way to get on top is by taking risks and never backing down.

  • A game-changing fish pits Capt. Zack Shackleford and his young crew on the Rasta Rocket against the fleet's veterans; Northern boat Falcon embraces a new technique to try to stay in the game, and the Reel E' Bugging kicks it into overdrive.

  • Dangerous weather in the Outer Banks tests whether the Northern and Southern boats can catch bluefin in the eye of the storm.

  • Captain TJ Ott hits a good luck streak that might be enough to catapult the Hot Tuna to the top of the leaderboard.

  • With the quota nearly gone, captains push limits to catch what might be final paychecks.

  • Brothers from the South challenge a brother-sister duo from the North for the top spot.

  • In this "Outer Banks or Bust" edition, the fleet learns that, without local know- how, there's no chance of conquering this challenging fishery.

  • Southern boat Rasta Rocket sets out to prove that the little boat can be big competition.

  • The Southern crew of Reel E' Bugging fights to prove its place in the competition after a dangerous setback and no bluefin on the leaderboard.

  • It's opening day of bluefin season in the Outer Banks, and a new Southern fleet is ready to take on the Northern captains and defend its home turf.