Tiree lobster is a ‘true blue’

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Frazer’s blue lobster beside one of his more common catches.

A CREEL boat fisherman, who caught a rare blue lobster off the island, has pledged his catch to Barcaldine’s Scottish Sealife Sanctuary.

Frazer MacInnes hauled in the colourful crustacean from Skipinnish Bay recently and is keen to see it go on display at the sealife centre.

For more on this story and others from Tiree see The Oban Times, July 19, 2012 or online from the same date.