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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Monday, 28 September 2015

Monday morning's market in Newlyn.


Boxes of John Dory are what every inshore trawler skipper loves to see...


so the boys on the Shiralee would be happy enough with there landing on the market this morning after a freshy weekend at sea...


weather like that doesn't bother the bigger boats in the fleet though...


but keeps that bass man Capn' Cod busy trying to fill a box or two with big bass...


there's more than a few cephalopods around at the moment...


while here we have a selection of girls and boys claws...


best plaice...


and an example of how different seabeds produce different colours on the fish that live there...


these gurnards are top quality - and to think they might go for crab pot bait - sacre bleu!...


more black gold...


on the move at speed this morning...


as the buyers speed there way through a full market...


including a good shot of ray...


Lionel gets to demonstrate just how sharp those hake teeth are to a visiting group of fish fans...


big monk tails two to a box...


as the Rowse crabber Emma lands her latest trip to a vivier lorry...


while one busted sardine net comes ashore...


another 350m X 75m ring net is waiting on the quay to go aboard the Mayflower...


just back for Den Helder in Holland, the Silver Dawn with new engine and bulbous bow is all set for the finishing touches to her major refit, outside her the crystal Sea II has her crew busy in the stern mending the stocking part of the trawl...


just above the thrum of the main engine can be heard the dulcet tones of relief skipper Wordsy at the helm of the Karen of Ladram as she heads for the ice works...


landing the Emma's is crab almost complete.