dozen of our fresh Oysters can be delivered next
day, direct to you for only £18.50 including
post and packaging (Tues to Friday).
- Our very competetive prices are the
same, whether you buy direct from us at one of our stalls or have your produce delivered
next day direct to you. Post and packaging up to 10 kilos, for delivery
on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday will cost £10.50. Saturday delivery can be arranged at
an extra cost.
available to order - £18.00 (platter for 2) A delicious selection
of shellfish including Loch Duart smoked salmon, smoked
mackerel fillets, mussels, Leigh on Sea cockles, king
prawns, crevettes, shell on and peeled
GiftVouchersmake an ideal gift
for any fish
How often do you eat fresh
fish and I mean FRESH FISH? - My aim as an East Anglian
commercial fisherman is to deliver fish straight from the waters off our
shores direct to you, cutting out countless middlemen and guaranteeing the
freshest fish possible. For the finest fish buy it direct from the
fisherman - where else?
For more than ten years I fished from "Maudie" a
21 ft, open, purpose built netter. In July 2007 she was replaced by "MollyT"
custom built Gemini catamaran.
Since March 2003 my partner Kerry and I have been
selling the catch from our stall outside the house in Point Clear Bay, St Osyth.
Kerry also sells our fish at several local, monthly
Farmers' Markets and at Carpenters Farm Shop, Great
Bentley every Wednesday morning.Market Days
The stall at Point Clear Bay is open every Friday,
Saturday, Sunday and bank holiday Monday throughout the year. It's a family run
operation with Kerry, her father Roger and myself all assisting with the sales.
Come and see us, the local fisherman is a dying
breed and sadly there aren't many of us left.
For details of the fish I am likely to be catching please consult
The Catch in the Fresh Fish section.
October 2012 - Point Clear Bay Oysters -
now available!Read more
June 2012 - Record breaking
Stingray! 33kilos - weighed then released.
shows how to skin a skate - is it really that easy!
January 2010 -
Teachers' TV does 'weather' with local fisherman Tony Talbot and local
farmer Guy Smith.