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I enjoyed the first season, it was far more entertaining than I anticipated (as I'm not into fishing). The camera work is great, the fishermen are all varied characters and from time to time it's really funny. But to me the whole "replacement captain" arc felt really weird, so I looked up that "captain" Joshua Barton and he's an actor, which on one hand was a relief, because his scenes feel like there's a guy acting, but on the other hand it threw me a bit off. So 7/10 it is.
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