These are the numbers from the show, not sure why the numbers don't match for the NW. It might be the addition of the Blue King crab, I think Sig said they made 60K off of the Blues so that could be around 25,000 pounds depending on the price of Blues but that would not make it really worth it.
Kodiak 316,000 (has 40,000 more to catch)
Time Bandit 260,000
Cornelia Marie 240,000
NW 301,000 lbs, worth $1,300,000, crew 50K each
TB 260,000 lbs, worth $1,100,000 crew 32K each
Wiz 431,000 lbs, worth $1,900,000 crew 31K each
CM 240,000 lbs, worth $1,100,000 crew 27K each
Looks like quota and ownership play a major role in how much a deckhand is going to make. NW has the owners on board and owns a large percentage of its quota, seems like the boat is relatively fuel efficient as compared to other boats. The TB owners work the boat and Johnathan owns a decent amount of the boats quota but not as much as the NW. The TB also had a quick season so less fuel costs. The Wiz owner is onboard but Keith owns quota but not enough and I don't believe the boat is very fuel efficient. They also carry one more crew than the other boats. Although Phil owns part of the boat there is still profit going to the other owner, Phil owned a good portion of their quota not sure about the boats fuel efficiency.
Kind of makes working the NW worth the grind Sig puts them through.