Friday, 16 October 2015

Harbour Wall Fishing for Grey Mullet

Harbour walls offer convenient fishing for a variety of species. One of those species, the Thick Lipped Grey Mullet is considered by many as the most difficult to catch and they are definitely the most difficult fish to catch I have ever fished for. Although I am by no means a dedicated Mullet angler, I do enjoy a few trips each year purely for the challenge and satisfaction of catching one.

It was October and late in the year for my first Mullet fishing session, but I headed to a harbour wall I have successfully fished in previous years to see if I could catch one and below is the video of the trip.


  1. Nice mullet Mr Cornish Shore and Kayak Fisherman! We discussed this species, and a previous video of yours, when we met briefly a fortnight back at one of your local haunts.
    Ever tried fly fishing for bass?

  2. Hi Tony. Thank you for your comment. I have not tried fly fishing for Bass but it is something I am thinking about doing next year as I can see the appeal of saltwater fly fishing for Bass and other species. I would need to look into suitable tackle. Hope you enjoyed your stay. Rob.


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