School: St. Brendan's (C.), Blennerville

Location:
Blennerville, Co. Kerry
Teacher:
Máire, Bean Uí Mhuircheartaigh
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  1. 1. Mackeral and herring.
    2. Bass
    3. Cod.
    4 Fluke Flounder.
    5. Mullet
    6. Brown trout
    7. Skate
    8. Plaice and Sole.
    9 Pollock
    Spa herrings (Tralee Bay) were famous for their quality in the old days. Men go out with a garden fork or pike in the channel when the tide is out. Catch large strings or straps of fish sometimes. General fluke or bass
    Shell-fish
    1. Oysters: sold formerly for 2/6 per hundred, now £1.
    2. Mussel
    3. Cockle.
    4. Limpet or bárnach
    5. Ruadhcam (big cockle)
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
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