Mackerel – catch – cook – consume
- how to catch mackerel
- how to clean mackerel – Sean’s way
- how to cook & smoke mackerel
- then eat it for your supper
All this aboard Sean’s boat ‘All My Sons’.
First, Sean will show you how to catch your mackerel on the reef top not far from Staithes harbour, we’ll provide all the rods & tackle you’ll need. Then back into Staithes harbour where Tricia will join the boat and while Sean will be demonstrating how to clean & prepare the mackerel for cooking, Tricia will be getting every thing ready to show you how to barbecue and smoke your mackerel. Then with some fresh crusty bread and salad you will be able to enjoy your mackerel, as it should be, caught, cooked and consumed all within an hour or so.
The trip will last for approximately three hours, we’ll provide all the equipment you need to catch and cook the mackerel, as well as fresh crusty bread and salad, plates and knives and forks. However, you will need to bring any beverages you may wish to consume..! You will also need to be dressed warmly, it is always a few degrees colder at sea than on land, so layers are a good idea as well as waterproofs, but you may need sunscreen too it’s surprising how easy it is to catch the sun, as well as mackerel, while on a boat.
Cost is £10.00 per person per hour.
The boat ‘All My Sons’ is licensed and insured to carry passengers.
To book please call Sean on 01947 – 840278
While our mackerel courses have not yet started in 2014 we are taking bookings, from late May onwards… or maybe we should say from when the mackerel get here, as they were nearly a month late in arriving in 2013…!
While these courses are arranged to suit you and the tides, we do have 5 places left on Friday 25th July 2014.
Please note: Our Mackerel – Catch – Cook – Consume Courses are weather dependant.
The Guardian mentioned us in their travel section,
“School holiday ideas: fun days out at the seaside
There’s more to a day at the beach than buckets and spades. Here’s our pick of great ideas for family trips to the seaside
Try to catch your own fish supper’‘
read the article here…