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19214
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Although no longer the most popular restaurant fish, mullet are still an important species to North Carolina fishermen.
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21447
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This article examines of the ecological and cultural contexts for understanding the man-made seasonal camps used by mullet fishermen as well as exploring the architectural and material traits that were both specifically suited to the coastal environment as well as being drawn from African American building traditions to meet the special needs of the mullet fishery.
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25321
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Finger mullet refers to young mullets of any species that are around or under 6 inches. These mullet make excellent cut bait for catching speckled trout, red drum, and southern flounder.
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Currents (NoCar TD 171.3 P3 P35x), Vol. 27 Issue 2, Summer 2008, p7, il
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1888
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The striped mullet, also known as the plebeian jumping mullet, is one of North Carolina's most abundant and economically important fishes.
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