Jamie Parker is a fifth-generation commercial fisherman. He works 9 hours a day crabbing on the local waters of the Albemarle Sound. He provides seafood up and down the east coast of the United States with a good portion being hand delivered to his family's restaurant, Henry's, only 5 miles away. When he's not on water, he is the father to his two kids, Fisher and Finley. But he also has full time jobs as a husband, brother, son, grandson and uncle.
Everyone pushes buying local seafood around the outer banks but the question remains where does that actually come from? Who actually brings that all in by hand every day and what makes it so special? This is a day in the life of a man who does it; follow him from dawn on the dock to downtime with the kids.