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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Friday, 6 December 2019

#FishyFriday in Newlyn.



Thursday morning saw the Cornishman head to the fish market to land... 


then in the afternoon the hake netter Ajax was in with her first trip following her re-engine and refit...




handliners arrive at all times of the day...



and so on to another very dark #FishyFriday morning...



with the inshore boats still catching plenty of rays...


while the Ajax...


landed a good sized run of hake...



and a handful of dogfish...



some take dogs for a walk while others prefer less demanding boxes...



good to see the boats donating boxes of fish towards the cost of the Christmas lights...



a late season Mediterranean octopus...



along with some St Ives herring...



and handline mackerel...



meanwhile the Stelissa took advantage of a high water landing direct to the fish market...



just ahead of the Joy of Ladram...



skipper Ryan setting the example...



as he and his crew all wear pfds these days...



seems that Brixham's black gold not so abundant these days...



scarping those rocky outcrops always produces a few of these slippery characters...



good to see young George has a market for these spiny creatures...



it is still surprising that many of the boats do not cut out monk cheeks given how many monk are landed in Newlyn...



bass back on the menu again, no doubt at a certain Mr Outlaw's restaurant at Port Isaac...



buyers busy buying...



not so many discards today...



but oodles of hake for tomorrow!