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Kessock Herring
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Kessock Herring

Two Cromarty based fishing boats head out to trawl the prawn grounds off Tarbert Ness, passing gulls feeding on a shoal of young herring or Sprats on the evening of the 1st June. I remember a healthy seasonal market for young (Kessock) Herring and Sprats in Inverness Harbour in the early 70's, landed mainly by Avoch boats.
Picture added on 01 June 2004 at 21:19
Comments:
The one on the left is the Invader and on the right is the Ocean Lady.
Added by Ronald Young on 17 June 2005
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