The number one seafood consumed in the United States is shrimp. The lifestyle behind the shrimping industry is one not usually seen by outside eyes. Large commercial shrimping operations are taking over and pushing out the local fishermen who aren't able to keep up with the myriad of changing regulations and the lower prices the large operations can provide. The old school style of shrimping by independent watermen is dying. Jarrold Murry a fifth-generation shrimper and the Captain of the Norma Jean II, has fought hard to maintain his life in the shrimping industry. Only recently he had to sell his boat and take a step back. Jerrold learned the business from his father, James Murry. James is a fourth-generation shrimper who worked with his son shrimping for many years. It is said that the best tasting shrimp comes off the coast of Georgia where being a fisherman making a living off the sea is amongst the noblest of trades.