Golden Gray Mullet

Baku, April 12, AZERTAC

The golden gray mullet is a purely sea fish common throughout the Caspian. It lives and breeds in the sea without entering rivers. However, depending on the season of the year, the spices embarks on feeding and spawning migrations from one part of the sea to another.

The sizes of the species in catches varies from 25 to 50 cm at a weight of 2 to 2.5 kg.

In August- October, it spawns in the Middle Caspian at a mean surface water temperature of 20 to 22 °C.

Golden gray mullets are very hard to catch by virtue of their mobility and leaping out of nets, as well as being scattered widely apart.

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