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Mullet Flies

The first big chill after Labor Day gets the mullet moving. Those fly rodders who can buck their "albie fever" could not ask for a better scenario. Mullet in local waters are a blocky shaped baitfish, 4-6 inches long, and blueish grey in color. They hug the shoreline as they migrate south so keep your eyes out for V-shaped wakes close to shore especially along sandy beaches.