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Mullet in the Limfjord

The mullets come in small steams along the coast, but it varies from year to year how many arrive in the Limfjord. That is also why it only makes sense to fish for them when they are visible at the given spot.

Mullets are usually found in spots with pebbles and rocks on the bottom, because mullets live off algae, seedlings, and various small animals such as crustaceans and snails. It can be difficult to make them bite, because of the hardness of their mouth. If you succeed in getting a mullet to bite, it is always a good fight, where your skills as an angler will be tested.

Mullets are often caught on a small fly or pieces of bread. There is no minimum length for a thick lip grey mullet.