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Today Deadliest catch episode ended with a tribute for late cast member Todd Kochutin who unexpectedly passed away at the beginning of this year. The Alaska Crab Fisherman who was on Deadliest catch season 16 was reported to have died on February 26, 2021, at the age of 30.

Though his death wasn’t openly announced to the public till now, reports say he was involved in an accident while onboard F/V Patricia Lee and later succumbed to the injuries.

Todd was the guy that came in to replace Maylon Lee when Maylon had a knee injury last year in 2020 Op’s season. Unfortunately, Maylon died sometime in August 2020.

Todd could be described as one of the baddest fishermen and also a badass crabber 90lbs wet and worked harder than twice Maylon’s size.

Landon Cheney from Summer Bay through his Facebook page confirmed the death of Todd Kochutin. He said the young Fisherman died while fishing crab.

Read His Post Below:-

Just got some pretty bad news. My friend Todd who I fished with on the summer Bay last winter just died today while fish crabbing. The picture of me, him and Nock took when Todd stopped by the boat in the fall. Rest Easy My Brother.

Few Things You Need To Know About Todd Kochutin!

 

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Born in Anchorage, Alaska, to the family of Robert Olsen and Deanna Kochutin. Todd was a passionate fisherman who entertained people with his sense of humour. He spent most of his life doing what he love most, fishing for king crab, opilio, Pacific cod and pollock in the Bering Sea. The Bering Sea was a very special place near and dear to his heart.

According to his Facebook profile, Todd was a former Dock Worker at Trident Seafoods and also worked at F/V Voyager as a deckhand.

Last year December 2020, Todd got a new job at Patricia Lee. It’s been a tough year for fishermen, a lot of fishermen have lost their lives this year.

His pleasant personality was contagious to everyone he met. Todd entertained everyone with his sense of humour. He loved listening to music and playing the guitar and enjoyed playing video games. He was a great son, brother and grandson.

He left behind his parents, Robert and Deanna; brother, Dwayne; and sister, Ayla.

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