Last Updated: December 12, 2023

What is Scott Campbell, Jr's Net Worth?

Scott Campbell, Jr is a commercial fisherman and reality television star who has a net worth of $600 thousand. He earned his net worth from his work as a commercial fisherman and for his role on the documentary/reality television series Deadliest Catch. This Discovery Channel series chronicles the real life events aboard fishing vessels during the Alaskan king crab and C. opilio crab fishing season. The adventures take place on the Bering Sea; the base of operations for the fishing boats is located in The Aleutian Islands port of Dutch Harbor, Unalaska, Alaska. The show gets its name from the inherent risk of serious injury or even death associated with this sport. Deadliest Catch made its television debut on April 12, 2005 on the Discovery Channel and is currently in its tenth season; it can be seen in over 150 countries.

Scott Campbell, Jr, known affectionately as "Junior" after his father, who was also a crab fisherman. Scott Campbell, Jr has been making his mark on the Bearing Sea since he was a young boy. Though his father tried to break him of fishing when he was young, he kept it up and became a self-made man at a very young age. He was just 26 when he captained his first boat and took over the Seabrooke full time in 2008 when his father, Scott Sr, retired from the sea. After working for 10 years as the Captain of the Seabrooke, he has turned the ship from a junker to a competitive, top-producing vessel. He loves spending time with his wife Lisa and two girls in the off season, and enjoys wakeboarding, wake surfing, riding his Harley, hunting and sport fishing.

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