Cornwall

  • New Issue: Fishing News 31.10.19

    New Issue: Fishing News 31.10.19

    29th October 2019

      – Pulse ban challenge – MMO increases enforcement capabilities – Brexit delayed – again – Whitby Commercial Fishermen’s Association formed – £15.4m funding boost for English industry – TAC cuts planned for 40 stocks – Concerns of N Ireland…

  • Inshore Corner with Phil Lockley

    Inshore Corner with Phil Lockley

    9th August 2019

    Through the Gaps! If you want to keep up with the daily happenings at Newlyn, with pictures and gossip from the port’s fishing industry, then the informative ‘Through the Gaps’ is the place to go: blog.through-the-gaps.co.uk Run by ex-skipper Larry…

  • Inshore Corner with Phil Lockley

    Inshore Corner with Phil Lockley

    11th January 2019

    Invest in fishing? To meet three generations of fishermen in one day is a rare privilege, rarer still when those fishermen are from the same family – the Eglinton family of Newquay in Cornwall. To have known them for some…

  • Cornish crabber Tizzardlee-on refitted by Mylor Marine

    Cornish crabber Tizzardlee-on refitted by Mylor Marine

    27th July 2018

    The fleet of a Cornish fishing dynasty has been rejoined by its latest ‘as new’ crabber, fresh from a significant refit at Mylor Yacht Harbour, and helped by what could be the last major tranche of European funding to improve…

  • Public Notice: Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009

    11th July 2018

    Notice is hereby given: Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA) intends to apply to the Minister for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for the confirmation of the Live Wrasse Fishing (Limited Permit) Byelaw 2018, and the…

  • Busy – ‘but not too busy’ says boatyard boss

    Busy – ‘but not too busy’ says boatyard boss

    29th June 2018

    While the Cornish boatyard C Toms & Son is at present ‘very busy’, the yard’s boss Paul Toms says that there is space for more builds, reports Phil Lockley. He said: “No boatyard can be too busy, and in our…

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