Fish, Glorious Fish!

It starts off like this:

Perfect supper for Millie

Then you land one of these:

Marinaded in teriaki sauce and BBQ'd

You improve on it with one of these:

Spicy fish soup

Then you show off by catching one of these:

BBQ'd with Vermouth sauce

Where does it end???

Prizes for correctly identifying all fish!

If you like our content and would like to support us, we will give you ad-free access to our videos before they go live to the public, discounts in our shop, access to Jamie’s iconic full-res photographs, and supporter-only blog posts. Click our ugly mugs for more info!

6 thoughts on “Fish, Glorious Fish!”

  1. The photographs are superb. I have been taking pictures for nearly 60 years with expensive equipment (Very), but have never been a photographer. My congratulations; I look forward to seeing the rest of your photos.

  2. you never cought any fish like thos whilst I was there tell my son it is a disgrace, no he tells me that he also cought somne big fish good luck anyway all my love to all those I met wjilst I was there
    love yolly

  3. The first one looks like a Sea Perch but I’m not too fussed about nailing the exact species as there are hundreds in the family.

    2nd one that Liz is holding is a Skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis. Good eating.

    Pretty sure the third is what is commonly known as a Sea Pike and is a member of the Barracuda family but generally not so nice to eat: Wiki says it’s only found in the Western Atlantic so you might wanna update that :o)

    And last but not least: Scomberomorus commerson – Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel – Best tasting one I would wager..

Leave a Comment

Scroll to Top