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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Midweek market in Newlyn.


Making an early morning landing of crab and lobster, the Delta Dawn...



name this member of the shark family, its local name is 'pisser' because they smell of...


squid are not much in evidence yet this year...


but this Jon Dory...


and this plaice are superb specimen fish that would make any angler's eyes water with envy...


the Ygraine put ashore another good trip of turbot...


and anyone looking to get one of the best fish to BBQ over the coming days of fine weather will be pleased to know supplies are increasing daily...


just one of the big crabbers gets through this amount of bait in the course of a three day trip...


yet more John Dory...


auction over, some of the buyers and porters take a quick break in the morning sunshine...


while a few opportunistic gulls try to steal breakfast from under their noses...


the Mission ship still sails high over the old Mission building....


there's a meeting on July 11th at 7pm in St Peter's Church by Newlyn Meadery for anyone interested in creating a Newlyn Fishing Heritage Centre in the port...


good to see plenty of wood used in the construction of the new Penlee Lifeboat Centre...


the old St Ives lugger Ripple looking spruce...


if you work a punt singlehanded and fell overboard, just how would you get back on board?..


complementary colours reflected in the harbour...


heading back into port the inshore trawler Venture...


coastal tours courtesy of the Cormorant.