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Alys Fowler and Welsh Sewin

Duration: 00:55

Alys tries Sewin, a rather remarkable fish that can live in both fresh and salt water. Sewin is the Welsh name for a sea trout. The Sewin is a mysterious fish. It’s exactly the same species as a freshwater brown trout but something happens which makes it decide to head out to sea to feed. Sea trout exist in many rivers around the UK, but its here in Wales they’re rooted into the culture and the language.

Available since: Wed 4 Apr 2012

Credits

Presenter
Alys Fowler
Series Producer
Sarah Gibbs
Executive Producer
Lisa Ausden

This clip is from

Our Food North Wales

Giles and the team head to North Wales, where food is about making the best of the basics.

First broadcast: 11 Apr 2012

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