The grey mullet is a pretty fish, but not to be domesticated without some difficulty.
He would fish off Penzance Pier for grey mullet, catching more than his companions.
The grey mullet may be taken with rod and line, and bites freely when the rag-worm is employed as bait.
A brilliant gold fish, weighing about three pounds, and something like a grey mullet in flavour, was perhaps the best.
But they probably also act like grey mullet, and run up the estuaries merely for a cruise.
The grey mullet, the bream—a fish much resembling in general appearance the English pike—and several others, are excellent eating.
The burbot and grey mullet are occasionally eaten, but they taste of mud, and are not in request.