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Parrothead Offline
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Posted: Jan. 20 2005,20:28

Actually we have been catching the big reds on frozen mullet! Fresh is always better, but beggars can't be choosers. It is very tough to find mullet at this time of the year here.
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critterdog Offline
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Posted: Jan. 21 2005,16:31

One way to find mullet most of the year,when you can drive on the beach is to shine a spot light on the water as you drive,mullet are right on the beach before daylight to stayaway from predetors.When you find mullet there is a possibility that speckled trout there with them.When the mullet see the light they bust loose flying out of the water in every direction.Turn off light and let one out with a cast net,get ready and hit the light again and start running.After i caught enough bait I would throw mirror lures for the trout.White or white with red head.All of this is within a hour before daylight.It might be worth a try.
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