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Old 10-01-2009, 06:12 PM   #11
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guess air products, gulf power, solutia, and the paper mill are dumping at the same times....but what about west of the bay? can you eat those? :banghead
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Old 10-01-2009, 06:28 PM   #12
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Better get Steven Segal on the phone! lol!

When I lived in Cape Hatterass and Virginia Bch, the locals all ate Bluefish, but wouldn't touch a Mullet to keep from starving! I myself eat both of them! Hope my mercury stats are okay!
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Old 10-01-2009, 08:15 PM   #13
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i think alot of people in other parts of the country won't eat mullet due to the muddy ass bottom that they tend to live in.. oh well, i say buttrfly 'em and put 'em in the smoker.. four hours later you end with with the kind of delicious that makes you wanna slap somebodys momma... hmmmm, i think i'm 'bout to get net me some tonight.. thanks for the inspiration!!
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Old 10-01-2009, 08:38 PM   #14
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you could put my sneakers in a smoker for 4 hours and want to slap your mama good! but i still wouldn't eat them!
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Old 10-01-2009, 08:42 PM   #15
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BigBrandon89 (10/1/2009)hell ill eat mullet, were in the south.. yes they r good bait but better in the fryin pan
Hell my dad is from New Orleans and he wont touch a mullet. He calls them gutter fish.....met a guy from Texas the other day and he was talking about how he couldn't believe we ate mullet over here.........lol Being in the south doesn't seem to matter......lol
When I lived in New Orleans, they labeled me the "Bait Eater" because I told them about Penscola Mullet..... It was funny to see there reaction EVERY time........ Love em myself, an the row, an the back bones, an the gizards.......... :bowdown
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Old 10-01-2009, 10:21 PM   #16
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BigBrandon89 (10/1/2009)hell ill eat mullet, were in the south.. yes they r good bait but better in the fryin pan
Hell my dad is from New Orleans and he wont touch a mullet. He calls them gutter fish.....met a guy from Texas the other day and he was talking about how he couldn't believe we ate mullet over here.........lol Being in the south doesn't seem to matter......lol
When I lived in New Orleans, they labeled me the "Bait Eater" because I told them about Penscola Mullet..... It was funny to see there reaction EVERY time........ Love em myself, an the row, an the back bones, an the gizards.......... :bowdown
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Old 10-01-2009, 10:27 PM   #17
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reelhappy (10/1/2009)you silly guy mullet is bait! not for human consumption!
That's what I thought until I got hitched to my "Holley" girl....Her family went and ruined me (weight wise). NowI get upset if I can't get down to the "fish fry" in time to sample the backbones and if lucky the roe....BBob
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Old 10-02-2009, 12:15 AM   #18
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i am from jacksonville fl and they wont touch them there. there is muddy bottoms and its unheard of. all the small restaurants sell fried catfish, here it is fried mullet. my wifes family always eats mullet and i have for ten years now. i like the black mullet better than the silver mullet. fried black mullet, fried shrimp,french fries and cheese grits. that is probably one of the best meals you could eat. it is funny that my father in law cooks better fried shrimp and mullet than any restaurant I have ever eaten at. by the way I promise I eat more than double my healthy limit.
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Old 10-02-2009, 01:45 AM   #19
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screw it, if i die... i'll die happy and full.
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reelhappy (10/1/2009)you silly guy mullet is bait! not for human consumption!
That's what I thought until I got hitched to my "Holley" girl....Her family went and ruined me (weight wise). NowI get upset if I can't get down to the "fish fry" in time to sample the backbones and if lucky the roe....BBob
By the way, Chett's on Navy Blvd. is now serving a Mullet backbone plates (I think I got 8 backs bones on the last order)..... I got one with Ken and started having flashbacks of the old day while sitting at Rusty's Fish Camp with a cold draft and that stainless steal bowl filled with those tails hanging over the side......... MMMMMmmmmmmmmmm By the way in my earlier statement, I eat Mullet hands down, BUTONLY from this area.........................
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