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Topfoto has a couple of giant size images of the herring fishermen hanging up in the office - highly decorative and inspirational at the same time, with the subtext being "fish where the fish are"!  Office interior design has never been more fun or more productive.

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A group of fishermen from Saltburn by the Sea , a small seaside town on the English

A group of fishermen from Saltburn by the Sea , a small seaside town on the English north east coast , just south of its larger neighbour, Redcar.
Early 1900s Fish where the fish are!

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Scarborough offers sport to big game anglers landing 9ft tunny , new to the North Sea

Scarborough offers sport to big game anglers landing 9ft tunny , new to the North Sea .
The fact that Tunny are to be caught in the North Sea was proved recently when a speciman 9ft 9 in long and weighing 600lb caught 14 miles of Scarborough , was landed there on September 7 from the Yarmouth steam drifter ' Ascendant ' . It is only during the last three years that the Tunny has appeared in the North Sea , owing it is said , to the water having become warmer . Previously it had occured only in the Atlantic and Mediterranean .
7 September 1929 Fish where the fish are!

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The North Sea Patrol. Minesweepers of the Royal Navy, free from the hazardous war service

The North Sea Patrol.
Minesweepers of the Royal Navy, free from the hazardous war service, now play a vital role in protecting the rights of the North Sea fishermen. In the new spheres, they are the 'policeman' of the fishing grounds, ensuring the vessels from foreign ports do not take their catches from areas allocated to the British trawler fleets, and our austerity larder benefits greatly from their ceaseless vigilance. Recent Arctic weather, bringing ice floes down to the fishing grounds, has made the Navy men increase their effort. Restricted shipping gives the 'pirate' fishermen and a chance to work unobserved, and the minesweeper patrollers even more alert intercept and turn back any such attempt to 'poach' arrival captured the British fishermen.
Photo shows, heavy seas breaking over the bows of the minesweeper HMS Mariner as she steamed out on Fisheries Protection Patrol in the grey North Sea.
3 March 1947 Fish where the fish are!

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