Live view of Caplin Cove


Caplin roll ashore with the waves on beaches to spawn, usually in June or July during what Newfoundlanders call the "caplin scull." In the evenings adults and children go to the beaches equipped with buckets and dip nets to gather up the hundreds of caplin. The weather during this time brings onshore wind, fog, and drizzle and is referred to as "caplin scull weather."