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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Mid-week market in Newlyn.




Still no sign of 'flaming June' in the far south west of the UK...


not that that seems to have slowed down the landings of summer fish like these net caught turbot...


from the Karen of Ladram...


not seen on the market for a few years, a 3m+ Thresher shark...


with the something of a forlorn look...


line caught with pristine skin, but name the fish...


also line caught, but still not many mackerel on the market this morning...


the inshore trawlers landed a good selection of ray...


more than enough to keep the buyers happy...


Dover sole demonstrate wildly different skin colouration...


a good mix of inshore ray...


while those big monk fish provide a good supply of delicious monk cheeks...


very little hake was landed...


though the inshore trawlers continue to pick away at more exotic fish like these red bream...


and John Dory...


in addition to the more reliable hauls of megrim sole...


and monk fish...


just some of the bigger boats between trips...


as the netter Silver Dawn makes for the fish market at high water for an early morning landing...


Charisma up on the slip with the propellor off...


work continues on the Ocean Pride to improve safety for the crew when over-ending nets in the stern compound...


PJ takes the Silvery Sea back to her pontoon berth...


ex-St David's Head lifeboat...


Silver Dawn all set to land...


aching back? RSI from over-ending nets? - head to the Harbourside Therapies for treatment.