The Hansens and the Hillstrands have been the most loved cast in Discovery’s fan-favorite series, Deadliest Catch.
Hansens and Hillstrands have lived their lives in the Bering Sea fighting with fierce storms and waves.
They both have been integral parts of ‘Deadliest Catch’ since the early seasons.
Are you wondering who have the heaviest pockets between Hansens and Hillstrands? Here you go.
Sig Hansen has operated the wheelhouse of F/V Northwestern for years and fans have seen best of him since the very first season of the show.
Even in between his health scare, Captain Sig’s priority to crab fishing hasn’t changed.
With his boat ranked as the highest producing boat in the fleet, Sig has amassed a huge net worth of $3 million.
Likewise, Sig’s younger brother, Edgar, who has been his right hand and deck boss of F/V Northwestern, is worth approx. $700k.
Hillstrand brothers, Jonathan and Andy, have also showcased their expertise from season 2 through season 13.
Both of the brothers have been taking the helm by rotating seasons, Jonathan during king crab season and Andy during opilio season.
Being the accomplished crabbers, Hillstrands also got their own show, Hillstranded.
Proving his caliber in the game of cashing in the high seas, Jonathan has accumulated an estimated net worth of $2.2 million.
Being a co-owner of Time Bandit and running the wheelhouse during the lucrative opilio season,
Andy has also banked approx. $1.5 million.
Hansens and Hillstrands, both being commercial fishermen in the same fleet, have been in healthy competition.
Regardless of a few confrontations being rivals, the two families have maintained their brotherhood throughout the seasons.