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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Monday, 25 February 2019

Monday morning market in Newlyn - Fishermen's Arms up in flames.


Newlyn can always guarantee an excellent mix of rays landed on the market and this Monday, despite fish from only a couple of beam trawlers, was no exception...



along with a good supply of monk tails... 


lemon sole...


brill...


even more ray...


which fish is this?..


the colourful red mullet...


almost tropical looking John Dory...


and a particularly large cuttlefish specimen...


the beam trawlers do their bit to help keep the crabber fleet in bait...


while Dover...




lemons...


and megrim sole go to make up the bulk of a beam trawler's trip by weight if not value...

 


the odd box of octopus...


ray wings show just how meaty these delicious fish are... 



while the fine weather over the weekend allowed the handline fleet from St Ives to pitch in with some good catches of mackerel...



there's one of your boxes Mr Pascoe...


clear the decks, all is set for another trip...


Venture II prepares to land at the market...


in the early hours of this morning, four people were taken to hospital for treatment after one of Newlyn historic pubs, the Fishermen's Arms was gutted by fire...


looks like another Fishermen's Mission ceramic fish has been completed and is all set to be auctioned to help raise funds for the Mission's work in supporting fishermen and their families in times of personal need.. 


while Tom, created in tribute to all those who have lost their lives providing fish...


is greeted by another stunning break of day.