Pollack is known as lythe in Scotland and is common all around the UK coast, but Plymouth is home to England's largest population. Deep fried in batter, pollock is very similar to cod or haddock so a good, sustainable alternative. Fillets are meaty and, especially near the tail, largely boneless so it's also good for baking.
Sole of Discretion is a collective of small-scale fishers based out of Plymouth harbour, and other like-minded fisherfolk around the UK. They commit to catching fish and gathering shellfish with as little damage to the marine environment as possible; to contribute to the livelihood of small-scale fishers and their communities; and to offer exceptional quality.
All boats are under 10 metres long and they use rod and line, static gill and trammel nets, and mid-water trawls for shoaling species such as sardine or herring. They know all of their fishers and can trace your fish back to its boat.