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Striped Mullet / Black Mullet

AKA: Jumping Mullet Family: Mullet

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Striped Mullet / Black Mullet

Striped Mullet / Black Mullet Specifications


Water: Fresh / Salt / Coastal Waters Where: Surf / Inshore / Rivers And Streams
Size: Most common at 1-3 pounds. Lunkers can reach up to 10 pounds
Fight: A wild fight to say the least. Sharp runs in many directions are typical.
Deliciousness: Excellent
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Still Fishing
Baits: Any Thing Small Tackle: Cast Net

The Striped Mullet is characterized by a silvery body with a darker upper. A smal rounded off head and a tiny mouth. Stripes are present running horizontally along his flank from head to tail, which is darker and forked.

These found are found in virtually all nearshore, coastal and inland waters, even venturing into fresh water.

Earthworms make for the best natural bait, while anything small and bait like make for the best artificial. The cast net is by far the best way to catch them.


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