Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Monday, 19 July 2021



As the fine weather continues Monday morning sees most of the fleet at sea


with the morning market supplied with a shot of hake from the Silver Dawn...


and a myriad of local inshore boats with the full range of top quality fish like these big turbot..

 from the Annie May...


the aptly named spurdog...


inshore trawlers piled in with plenty of red bream...


red mullet...



red gurmard...


and this solitary greater weaver still sporting its painful poisinous dorsal spines...


ray seems to be holding up well this late in the summer...


while a few of the top bass men kept one merchant well stocked with that king of fish, nor prizes what they will be serving at the Fish Kitchen later tonight..


visiting Irish beam trawler Tilly landed a cracking trip of Dovers...


whole monk...


and witches along with the megrims...


young Mr Nowell was top dog on the John Dory stakes...


while the Still Waters presented his quality haul of white fish...

haddock seems to be not so much a thing this year...


and mackerel are still proving difficult to find let alone catch - though when they do put an appearance in the size run has been good for the restaurant trade...


just two of the cracking bass landed...


it's still early days with the sardine boats...


the odd black bream swam over the footrope and down to the cod on the Millenia


along with plenty of brill...


the vivier lorry...


took tons of cab from the Nichola of Ladram...



head down, sounds on, net mending blues...

as the Ocean Pride made a quick landing for tomorrow's market.