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This was the super moon, not quite full, on April 7th, taken just after high tide. This was at the end of one of those amazing days we had in early April, with non-stop sunshine and everyone confined to their homes. Lyme has been looking stunning recently with flat, calm, Greek island-type scenery. On days like this I often think we could be on the Mediterranean. We more than deserve this after the last six months of rain and gales on an almost daily basis.

Although I haven’t actually seen it, the very large grey seal is back and was seen between the end of the Cobb and the Beacon post in the area called the Pool. Last year, when fishermen left their dinghies out there, this seal would climb into its favourite boat and bask in the sun for hours  – leaving a lot of mess in the bilges.

If and when we are allowed out again and the world slowly gets back to how it should be, we will be more than ready to resume normal service with Lyme Regis deep sea fishing,and Lyme Regis mackerel fishing trips, all leaving from Lyme Regis Harbour.

This will be my first Easter in 48 years that I won’t be taking out boat trips and I will miss it enormously

Harry’s News
COVID-19 Rules Covid

Covid 19 rules for tripping boats from 4 July 2020

Dorset council have given us new rules to keep everybody safe while out mackerel fishing and deep sea fishing from Lyme Regis harbour.

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Paradise lost and found – see the story of Harry’s family home Old House

View Harry May on the Coast programme talking about the loss of his family home in 1963. Click HERE to view

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The Incredible Journey Lino cut of Marie F by Pete Waterfall

We boarded a ferry to Calais and four and a half months later we arrived in Australia, having travelled overland through fifteen countries.

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