Mullet are found worldwide in coastal waters, and there are around 82 species of them. Mullet are a tasty fish when prepared in different ways to please the taste buds, they have been consumed by humans since ancient times, and have been the staple food source over the years by some cultures.
Commercial fishermen as well as islanders, that often fish for Mullet do so with a casting net, or a throw net behind a fishing boat. But anglers have pole fished for them as well, for years. When pole fishing for Mullet you may have good luck using dough baits, and even small cheese baits.
Some fishermen bait the area a day or so before going fishing there, this can be done by sprinkling a container of corn meal or even bread crumbs onto the water to attract the Mullet. Then fish the area with your dough baits or cheese baits.
Mullet prefer to eat just below the waters surface, so when you cast your bait out, place it about five inches or so, below a bobber. Mullet can be eaten baked, fried, and smoked, season them to your hearts desire and eat away.