Friday April 2nd Update:

Please read below.

RESTRICTED SUPPLY. My main supplier has had to close due to the auction market shutting. I do have one supplier where I hope to source stock but I will not know until monday and it could be limited.

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HOPEFULLY – One more visit then missing on Easter Bank Holiday for one week. No deliveries 14th & 15th April.

A change in working practice is required. If you would like a delivery then please text me your address. I will not be continuing my stand at Jubilee Crescent until further notice. It will take a few weeks to build up a suitable route between calls and to get into a routine. Last tuesday I was one hour behind schedule by 7pm and exchanged 94 messages/calls – please see below!  If you are not near Jubilee then I might be able to call sometime during the day on my existing route or arrange to meet at a suitable location so please get in touch.

I will not be calling at the Allesley Village Hall on wednesdays.
Please do get in touch and leave your address & phone number. I plan to be in the village at 10am wednesdays making house calls as above.

On all of my house calls I will need to deliver without direct personal contact. This will mean leaving your fish in a suitable open clean container / saucepan, only with a lid on if it is left outside, in your porch or by your doorstep. Please leave your money loose in the container – no plastic bags or envelopes.
If possible please leave your porch door opened so I do not need to touch the door handle.

Before the weekend is best for pre-orders so I can place an order with my supplier.
A pre-order by text is the easiest/best way for me if possible but a phone call is fine, I WILL reply if possible but please do not reply again with a thank-you,  too many messages incoming preventing me from going to my next stop.

Also a note on your door or on the container is fine. By all means place the container in position when you see me arrive or just before, also a wave through the window will let me know that all is good. For some orders I will be able to text you the exact price unless my phone battery is low, for others I will always have enough change if needed. If you do need to talk to me then please give me a shout but then close your door before I deliver your fish.
I am keeping my distance from anyone & everyone where possible. If you do visit me in person at the van please remain at a suitable distance away on the footpath. TWO METRES IS TOO CLOSE FOR ME ! – this is very important for traceability reasons. To carry on my work I need to be able to demonstrate that I am able to work in a self-contained way with no personal contact.

The best hand-picked fresh Grimsby fish in Coventry.

The journey in my fishvan to Coventry starts at 3.30am each tuesday morning with my first doorstep call just before 9.00 am. If you would like the Coventry fishman to bring you fresh fish every week and you live on my daily route and are home when I visit then I might be able to call at your house.


Many thanks for all of your kind comments about Joni’s puppies They are fully grown now and all are doing well.

New customers tell me that with living in Coventry fish, especially good quality fresh fish is hard to find. Now you know where to find it. I’m on Grimsby Fish Docks (I live in Grimsby) early on monday mornings selecting the best fish from several merchants along with smoked fish from Ian’s smoke house, MTL.  Main seafood varieties include haddock, cod, plaice, salmon, seabass and trout. Kippers, smoked haddock, herring roe & fishcakes. Also depending upon availability and market-price are hake, tuna, halibut, lemon sole, mackerel, whiting, Pollock, monkfish tail, red bream, witches, sliced smoked salmon and Hot Kiln-roasted Salmon. Seasonal lines include cod roe – sometimes called Hard Roe, Fresh Dressed Crabs and Mussels.


My customers tell me that mine is the best fish they’ve ever tasted –


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Congratulations to all the Winners of the winter and spring prize draws. Keep an eye out for news of the next one!


A short video of where you can find me in Radford:

Below is a five minute video of what goes on down dock. Red Bream being filleted, skate wings being skinned, a fish house on a cold day with warm hats, large cod being cut. These guys and some girls work long hours from 5am until 3pm in unheated fish houses, in the winter there’s always ice from the fish boxes floating in the cutting tubs.

video by AiLExecution

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