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Old 12-18-2017, 12:42 PM
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Old 12-20-2017, 09:13 AM
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That's a channel mullet
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That's a channel mullet
heard they're good eating.
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heard they're good eating.
Yes they are. I had never tried them, just using them for bait or releasing them. Until BeachGeek told us how good they are.
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heard they're good eating.


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Yes. Very good. They just don't get very big so I rarely keep them.
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My wife is cooking fish tacos even as we speak. The ones from the whiting in the video were excellent and they are looking good tonight.
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They're also call ground mullet or at least in Mississippi that is what they're called. My grandpa use to cook them all the time; we would catch them fairly regularly in the nets when I worked on his boats, and yes, they're very good eating.


they're running very good right now along the NC beaches... to bad my Tidewater is at the manufacture for the 6 time for the same issue.
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