gurnard


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bottom-dwelling coastal fishes with spiny armored heads and fingerlike pectoral fins used for crawling along the sea bottom

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BOOK IT: Three nights at Gurnard Pines from July 25 in a four-berth unit starts at PS490.
Despite the array of goodies from the ocean, such as sea bass, sea bream, mahi-mahi and monkfish, Asda's fresh fish kebabs, made of cod, haddock or gurnard for 50p a piece are poised to be bestsellers.
Red Funnel has got together with Gurnard Pines to offer one reader and their family a short break on the Isle of Wight travelling by Red Funnel ferry and staying in selatering accommodation for either a three-night weekend or a four-night midweek break.
Next best was Tony Hart with a gurnard and a whiting weighing 0.
The new Festival Board, along with 2016 Director General Debbie Gurnard, announced the theme for next year's Festival --"Simply the Best.
Not forgetting gurnard, mackerel, herring and pollack.
Specialising in British seafood, caught largely around the Cornish coast, expect the likes of lobster risotto with orange and basil, turbot with crispy oysters, cabbage and bacon, and gurnard and cuttlefish with red pepper and ink sauce.
For example, as well as traditional cod and haddock, Colmans offers plaice, lemon sole, gurnard, hake, pollock or whiting with your chips.
I managed pretty well until we wandered into the village hall at Gurnard, a mecca for sailing types and as I quickly found out, a hot spot for artists too.
A man and woman who were arrested in connection with the case of Damien Nettles, of Woodvale Road, Gurnard, Cowes, Isle of Wight, who went missing on November 2, 1996, have also been released on police bail.
Yesterday police searched a wooden chalet in Gurnard, near Cowes, Isle of Wight, close to where Damien lived and went missing.
2 Try by-catch fish including dab and flounder 3 Megrim is good substitute for plaice and Dover sole 4 Gurnard is good for anyone who doesn't like bones.
Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; USS Dixon (AS 37); USS Gurnard (SSN 662), and USS Ramsey (FFG 2).
Species will be selected on value and availability, with less well-known fish such as gurnard, pouting and flounder likely to feature.