Monday, 30 May 2022

Final #FishyFriday and a Moray in May.

As far as we know, this is only the second Moray eel landed in Newlyn in living memory...


unlike lobsters which are landed by the ton every week...


an unusually big shot of cod for this time of year...


by special licence,  a handful of netters can land spurdogs up to 180 stone - that's 11043.05kg in new money per month...


they, along with these cracking hake made up Friday's fish landings...


there's two sides to every turbot...


never short of Dovers...


whereas mackerel are still heading the hard-to-catch list...


they look good enough to eat raw...


it's Dory time...


these Mediterranean octopus make delicious eating...


in between trips...


first big yellow-welly cat for the year.