wet fish

wet fish

n
(Cookery)
a. fresh fish as opposed to frozen or cooked fish
b. (as modifier): a wet-fish shop.
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By the inter war years the trade consumed around two-thirds of the British wet fish catch, and the demand for the cheap fish captured by the trawler fleets of Aberdeen, the Wyre and the Humber necessitated the development of further rail links, which in turn fuelled the development of the great industrial fishing ports.
As I stood over the notepad, the envelope of money in my hand like a cold wet fish, I thought about what Clare would say if I had given her details of this proposition.
Lewis, 48, battled storms, pain and jellyfish stings and, when he finally made it to Dover, had to deal with that slimy wet fish Michael Gove.
Only a small amount of wet fish is landed on the North East coast, mainly at North Shields, by trawlers that fish mostly outside the sixmile limit where they have to adhere to existing quotas.
He added:"I don't think he would recognise a fit and proper person to sit on a community council if it stood in front of him and slapped his face with a wet fish."
All of a sudden, I felt like there was a wet fish in my mouth.
"We also had a chap who sold wet fish from his horse and cart, who I think was called Fishy Sykes.
Established by Wet Fish Trading, a family owned and run business based in Dubai since 2004, Fishbox is a service that allows you to order everything from fresh Norwegian salmon and line-caught haddock from the Faroe Islands, to dover solve from Cornwall.