Monday, 29 November 2021

Amen to Arwen.

Sunday morning saw the guys on the Enterprise...
 

glad to be back in through the gaps after fishing through storm Arwen over the weekend to land a full trip on Monday morning's market ...

with the usual mix of plaice...

as did the Trevessa IV...


a good haul of red mullet will keep the quality restaurants happy...

while the netter Stelissa landed haddock...

plenty of megrims...


Cap'n Cod was one of the first to get to sea on Sunday once the storm had passed...

as were the sardine boats later in the day, young mr Pascoe landing pilchards for a change...


the bog boats often pick up the odd bass, seldom in any quantity...

the same as weavers a not so common sight during the winter months...

the big boat landed a few tons of cuttles for their troubles...


while the Ocean Pride touched on a good haul of coley...


and the Silver Dawn picked up the odd scad...


to go with team Cornish Fish Direct's hake...


tope don't come much bigger than this...


or tub gurnard...


but it was the big blue fin tuna that took the top place for size this morning...


what a difference a day makes...


busy forklift traffic clearing the market...


a better idea of the size of these huge fish...


that is most of the beam trawl fleet still in port...


with the whaleback washer in full flow on the Enterprise...


the Unity works a huge clump in between her twin-rig trawls.