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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Mid-week market in Newlyn


Tom treated to a stunning morning overlooking Mounts Bay...



as a few of the punts set to work just off the gaps...



the Lady H is getting ready for the summer...



yet more more trawl fish landings from the big Scottish prawners...



unusually, the Shekinah skin their monk tails...



boxes of JDs from the 23m prawner, Replenish...



and a few from local Dory chaser, young Roger Nowell...




the one beam trawler put ashore a good shot of monk, megrim and...


other flats like these plaice...



whole monk from the Replenish...



with a few boxes of these monsters of the deep...



auctioneer Ryan in full swing...



if you can't beat them, join them - the James RH scratched a handful of prawns from her trip...



thornbacks don't come much bigger...



nor do haddock...



gaping cod...



pristine turbot from the Govenek...



and a few hake...



sometimes the topside skin pigment appears on the belly of turbot...



not the happiest hake it seems...



time to get the fish off the market...



one of the top predators in western waters...



heading down the quay to sea...



as the Admiral Glanville heads for the end of the quay...



poser...



not exactly reflecting her former glory...



Sowenaa III packs a huge amount of boat in 26 feet of Buccaneer hull...



the tallship, Bessie Ellen provides classic sailing trips...



blue is the colour, fish is the game, Falfish wagon...



signs of summer, another visiting trawler, Radiance gets ready to take ice...



23 metres of registered length, modern stern trawlers and their big beams pack a huge amount of boat...



into a short length of boat...



checking the stern ropes...




tools of the trade for shelterdecked boats, the only way to get the better of all those deposits left behind by the gulls which chase the boats at sea every time they haul...