These fish (Bream, I think) had just come in on the morning's high tide, into West Lakes where a group of keen fishermen were waiting. West Lakes is man-made and is used for sailing and rowing (the revered King's Cup is battled out by oarsmen on this lake) - no motor boats are permitted except for a sizeable but relatively quiet tourist launch. On the incoming tide some underwater gates are opened to allow the seawater (and fish) in. On the outgoing tide, gates at the other end of the lake are opened to allow the water to flow into the Port River. After a problem with algae bloom threatening to spoil this attractive and popular spot some years ago, it is encouraging to see things are "back on track" and the fish are thriving.
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