Pollock

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Related to Coal-fish: Saithe, Coalfish Whale

Pollock

1. Sir Frederick. 1845--1937, English legal scholar: with Maitland, he wrote History of English Law before the Time of Edward I (1895)
2. Jackson. 1912--56, US abstract expressionist painter; chief exponent of action painting in the US
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Words for the mature coalfish include saithe or seeth, defined by ST as 'the full grown coal-fish in its third or (local) fourth year' and found throughout Scotland.
Both rivers have been fishing well for flounder and eels and Chris Stringer won the Rutherford's match with ten for 298cm with decent coal-fish being taken from the Glass centre.
It stretches a mile out to sea, giving fishermen the chance to land a variety of catches, like cod, flounder, coal-fish and dab.
It was certainly worth it, as his bag of six codling, four coal-fish and a wrasse weighed in at 14lb 14oz 8drams taking the title.