Friday, 11 February 2022

Full-on #FishyFriday in Newlyn.

 

The repairs to the Fishermens Arms must be taking longer than when they built the place...


Mordros looking good in the morning sunshine...


some classy curves on the crabber Francesca's  revamped wheelhouse...


modern hurdy-gurdy mackerel gear...


won't be long before the yellow-wellies fill these berths...


this is the St Georges, not to be confused...


with the Margaret of Ladram...


nice graphic on the company car...


breakfast time for the resident turnstones...


check out the area meetings in March for Regional Fisheries Groups...


today's high water times in Newlyn...


and what a pleasant, if somewhat chilly, start to the day...


cuttle keeping a beady eye on things...


plenty of pollack on the ground, a few hours work for the netter Ocean pride...


there's no 's' in conger...


beat that! yesterday, turbot made £39 a kilo...


seems these guys are becoming more abundant...


big meaty wings...


spiders are on the move early this year...


a brace of big mackerel, well, big for these days...


and the blues are crawling again...


'ansum 'erring...


yet more meaty wings...


fine trip of lemons and other flats from Brackan...


while the big beam trawler St Georges finished the week off with Dovers...


plaice...


monk...


megrims...


lemons...


and brill...


as ever, the Ygraine popped a good trip of quality hake ashore...


along with pollack...


long thin things...


and blackjacks...


it's the time of year for big white fish roe...


one black...


one red...


its just a question of getting the right tally on the right box...


'ansum 'addock...



and yet more 'ansum 'ake.