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In June 1999, the Alabama Legislature named the Camellia japonica as the official State flower.
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No Rest 'Til Texas
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Dominic Ficarino and his crew-including captains Bullfrog, Redbone and Roundhead-prepare for the start of the Texas Open in the Gulf of Mexico. The fishermen of Bayou La Batre, Alabama, say goodbye to their families and hello to the open waters.
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The crew of Miss Barbara and Miss Hannah take some time to clean themselves up on their way back to shore.
The Fleet's Fortune
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The captains push themselves to the limit in order to finish the season on time, but mechanical problems and dangerous catches threaten the crews. They then make their way home for the final shrimp count and the crowning of the new king.
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Nobody knows the hard work of a shrimper's life like Captain Round Head and his crew.
Shrimpin' Aint Easy
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As Bullfrog prepares to go out to sea, he must make sure his nets and cables are in perfect working order and ready for the big journey ahead.
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Dominick joins his buddies for a fishing trip and dons a special wig as a good luck charm in hopes of luring in more fish.
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