Fishing for Mullet
If you live on the Gulf Coast, there’s a good chance you love mullet. (That would be the fish, not the haircut.) If you live elsewhere, it’s possible that you’ve never even heard of it. Take a quick fishing trip with Randy Sanders of Pensacola, Florida, who explains, “Once you grow accustomed to the taste of it, any other fish just won’t satisfy you. You have to have that mullet.”
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