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Therefore, when they spotted a school of mullet; and lighted the fuse, they had to hold the dynamite till the fuse burned short before they threw it.
"I picked up a school of mullet before I'd been rowing five minutes.
I threw the fire-stick into the water after the mullet and held on to the dynamite.
A big school of mullet was mingling around the boat, so I threw my cast net on them and came up with twenty, 10-inch silver mullets.
liza stock is assessed, and one example could be bring form Taiwan mullets fisheries with describe the failure of the fishing activities.
ByTLyS (CyHAN)- Foreign and domestic tourist showed great interest to pearl mullets which migrated to fresh water in the eastern province of Van.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as a (men's) hair "cut short at the front and sides and left long at the back and quotes a Beastie Boys song from 1994 with the lyric: 'Have you ever seen a mullet wife?" Footballers with classic mullets over the years have included Chris Waddle and Barry Venison, neither of whom would probably fancy playing up here.
TYNESIDE footballers donned Chris Waddle-style mullets to encourage more people to do something funny for money this Red Nose Day.
From October to December the fish trap catches more white mullets because the fishing gear installed in the winter (May to September) is changed, in order to reduce the escape of smaller individuals, allowing the capture of fish, such as white mullet, caitipa mojarra (Diapterus spp.) and snook (Centropomus parallelus) (Mendonca and Katsuragawa, 2001).
He said: "I've never been a fan of mullets and I'm still not.
Are you fascinated by mullets? Or perhaps you sport one yourself?
Postspawning males were found only between November and March in mullets larger than 325 mm.