Monday, 20 June 2022

Monday morning market in Newlyn.

Hake have prodigious appetites, even when dead it seems...


ling this size and much bigger seem to be a thing of the past...


a brace of head-on monk...


and big brother...


grilled bream of any sort make for a great BBQ treat with their thick skin protecting the flesh until cooked through...


right and left-handed lobsters...


tally-ho!..


the seiner Acionna weighed in with a bog trip of good haddock...


and a few good John Dory...


red mullet, another summer BBQ treat if you can get them from your local fishmonger, or ask if they can get some...


a good days work from the Huers, though it did involve a long steam of nearly four hours to start and finish the trip..


Mediterranean octopus are now a regular feature of the auction...


it's been four months but Cap'n Tom has at last freed himself of MCA paperwork and finally made it to ...


take ice before starting his first trip with his new command, the Grauniad


where did that painting pontoon go/..


back from a refit which included new 6-drum LUYT winch. Including the provision of new dogs & hinges in stainless steel on all doors & hatches on board. Best of luck to Michael & Stephen Nowell, skipper Robert McKay & crew... 


Britannia V headed away to sea...


when they said "grow a pair"...


taking advantage of high water on a big spring tide the Elisabeth of Ladram lands her trip in a fish market berth...


the flags are there to assist the boats with shelterdecks in positioning themselves when they approach the slip cradle...


Silver Dawn off to sea, sans painting pontoon.