A fisherman who has been catching seafood off the east coast since he was a teenager has opened a shop to sell his fresh fish.

Jamie and Teresa Potts have launched Fisherman's Catch at Place Farm in Stuston, near Diss, after the demand for their home delivery service picked up and they were selling out at markets.

Mr Potts' seasonal catch will be on offer at the shop, as well as produce from other East Anglian fisherpeople.

Eastern Daily Press: Outside Fisherman's CatchOutside Fisherman's Catch (Image: Teresa Potts)

Customers can pick up skate wing, Dover sole and lobsters, with seafood platters and other fruits of the sea also on offer.

The catch will vary in price and the couple is planning to expand their home delivery service.

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Mrs Potts, who helps her husband alongside working as an antique dealer, said: "Fishing has always been part of Jamie's life since he was in his late teens and now it has become a family thing. 

"People will be getting fish directly from the fisherman and his wife and local people will be keeping the boat moored at Ipswich running.

Eastern Daily Press: Jamie Potts' boat at Ipswich

"Our son who is 14 helps out at the markets and our daughters who are five and six are adamant they will become fisherwomen.

"We will catch as much as possible ourselves and then buy from others up and down the coast."

Fisherman's Catch is open Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 2pm.