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Gone Fishing - Tresco’s Newton Ash Fish Co. sets sail.


Local lads Jake Newton and Will Ash take to the high seas in search of lobster, crab and fish for Tresco.

Will Ash and Jake Newton have got themselves a new baby - one that drinks petrol and can be left on a mooring. Yes. there's a new boat in the harbour: the Ceri Lee (BD792) is a 4.75m Seaking with a hauler, gantry, full air-con and a Category A licence. This means that this season, when available, Will and Jake will be selling freshly-caught lobster, crab, mackerel, pollock on Tresco. Hurrah!

If you're on Tresco give the boys a ring and find out what's the catch of the day - Jake 0784 142 9291 & Will 0785 833 5209 or 01720 422482

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