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Friday, 22 November 2019

Penultimate November #FishyFriday in Newlyn.


Shark evil-eye...



check out those bream baked whole (but gutted) recipes from our top chefs...


only in Newlyn - Cornish MSC Certified hake...


big trips of hake from the orange duo, Silver Dawn and the Stelissa...


pristine ray wings...


while the netter Annie May landed some cracking monk tails...


a smattering of herring were on the market again from the inshore boats...


crab paws Mousehole Fish bound...


an uncomfortable day for the handline fleet so these fish were hard won...


these cracking whiting were still sporting all their scales...


a big turbot like this will likely as much end up on the tables of a big restaurant...


monk livers - a favourite of Bruce Rennie, chef at The Shore restaurant in Penzance...


another fish restaurant favourite, red mullet...


lovely lemons...


and of course a few John Dory which make such good eating...


as do brill...


trawlers, beam trawlers and netters all catch haddock...


another good landing of ray...


hake don't come much bigger than 6-7 kilo hake...


there's a traffic jam outside the market this morning...


as the forklifts wait patiently for another load of boxed fish to be loaded...


heading back to a pontoon berth, Tom on the Harvest Reaper decided that there's was too much ground sea for him to fish well today.