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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Monday, 19 June 2017

Monday morning in Paradise, sorry, Newlyn.




A weekend's worth of fish from the Helford boat, New Harmony starts the auction floor on the market in Newlyn this morning...


fingers or in this case, monk's tails crossed the fine weather will continue...


the only beam trawler to put fish ashore was the Sapphire II with a good shot of Dover sole...


name the fish that this fin belongs to...


known as 'blind lizzies' in the Clyde - very area must have a different name for these plentiful fish - most go for bait for the crabbing fleet...


Sunday supper not from the Ajax...


a box of ling with their distinctive chins...


not mad or bad, just MSC Certified hake from the three netters this morning...


along with eight inshore trawlers all of whom were out over the weekend...


including fish form this Brixham boat, the Jordan A...


some cracking John Dory from the Millenium...


and a big trip of turbot from the Silver Dawn making a rare landing here and not to France like she normally does...


auctioneer Ian pulls some neat footwork across the market floor...


before checking the sums with young Edwin...


that's about the only sea breeze in this weather, cracking landing of ray though...


two JDs go eye-to-eye...


Sid on the Karen landed a good shot of turbot and hake...


with prices holding up this morning depsite the fine weather and heavy supply...


looks like a few summer bass are on the move for the handline boys...


as the porters whisk fish off the warming market...


lining up the camera, food writer and fishing aficionado, Mike Warner better known by his Twitter handle, @EastCoastAvocet...


certified indeed...


the morning sun highlights Penzance's very own Art Deco cinema undergoing a  refurb...



just opposite is one of the Penzance framing shops.