Then they set out, the nets over their shoulders and creels on their backs.
One after another they shouldered their creels and set off for Edinburgh.
Seven species of fish were identified from fishermen's creels in 1957 and 1958.
There the creels were turned bottom up, and four close-jointed gates lifted off their hinges were laid on the top for tables.
Besides, there were hampers of eggs, and "creels" of potatoes, and such other garden produce as the simple cultivation permitted.
In former times trout from the stream filled the creels of many anxious anglers and wildcats were caught by trappers.
Carrying baskets of peats from the hills in creels on their backs, still the needles ply in front.
Loads, creels, etc., of turf should be converted to the equivalent weight.
On the beach were collected numbers of women and lads, with creels on their backs ready to be filled.
The vessel was soon moored alongside the quay, when the creels were quickly filled with fish.