Fishing for Grey Mullet

Grey mullet, or mullet, is a fish popular in Italy, particularly in the Tyrrhenian side where he finds a marine habitat ideal. Can live in waters both sweet and savory and prefers pristine environments at all, so much so that his presence is found in almost all Italian ports. Mullet live in packs, swims in midwater and constitutes one of the most desirable prey by fishermen. His fishing does not take place, however, for its meat,
considered not particularly valuable and tend to love because of what it eats. The mullet fishing is done more for fun, for some sort of

challenge. The fish, in fact, is distinguished by a strong combative streak that emerges when hooked. If you are wondering what are the methods for fishing a mullet, this guide will do for you, because we will show you through simple steps one of the most used techniques: the mullet fishing in fixed barrel.

To succeed in catching mullet is crucial to a good baiting—attempting, by the fisherman, to Acclimate the fish to a certain type of bait rather than to another. Very often this is the decisive step towards a satisfactory image of successful “hunting”. The materials needed for baiting are simple and easily available: sardines (or anchovies), grated cheese and pan. As if you were preparing a delicious dish to serve to your guests, carefully chop the fish and knead with cheese and bread crumbs, giving him a final sprinkling of salt. If you want to make softer the pasture will be enough to add a variable amount of water. Once this is done, the fisherman will have to be patient and start feeding in the place where you plan to fish for mullet. The baiting can last several days.

Even more important is the equipment to be used. The fixed barrel certainly makes fishing easier but, to be truly efficient, must be built with materials as efficient. The same goes for the rest of the instrumentation. The float must be Teardrop, great in still water and stagnant situations such as that of the port. As for theline, the proper nylon fishing grey mullet is to 0.14 in diameter progressive shot toward the float. The most important element of the equipment is definitely the bait: this will be, without distinction, consist of sardines or from the classic worms.

ne last thing to understand before fishing of mullet, with or without a fixed barrel, in which ports you can fish. Not at all, in fact, sport fishing is permitted, though and, therefore, with particular attention to the local fauna. To avoid having to pay exorbitant fines is well inquire beforehand with the harbour master’s Office: doing a brief phone call you will have all the information necessary to carry out your activities safely.

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Grey Mullet

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