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Why Join The NMC?

Fish-in Calendar 2018 **

Club Records & Trophy List **

NMC Contact Information



NMC Shop page



NMC RSA Strategy Response

The Need for Conservation

Code of Conduct - NMC has formally adopted the Angling
Trust Code

Illegal Netting

Christchurch Paper 2007

Mullet Conservation

Mullet Conservation Paper 2013



NMC Membership Form

Mullet ID Guide

Publicity Poster



2017 AGM Minutes

2017 AGM Photos **

Committee Meeting Minutes
14th January 2018

January 2018 Newsletter **

Grey Ghost Volume 41,
Autumn 2017

2016 Wet Nets Photos **

NMC Access Notes

Members List & Contact Info **


NMC Guides to Angling

NMC Archives

Catch Report Form (Word version)

Catch Report Form (Excel version)

Top Ten Entry Form



Record and Specimen Listings (1975 - 2017) **

Trophy Listings (1975-2017) **

External Links


NMC Constitution

NMC Web Forum  (open to all)

NMC on Facebook  


*** Notice of the 2018 Annual General Meeting ***



Click here for the NMC Shop page

(you can also buy or renew your NMC membership!)


The National Mullet Club ('NMC') was founded in 1975 with the aims of promoting interest and efficiency in the sporting capture of the three species of mullet found in British waters, and the conservation of these fish. 

Since its inception the NMC has adopted an enlightened attitude to conservation, for example encouraging members to return mullet alive by accepting catch reports on trust. In the light of increasing exploitation of mullet by both commercial concerns and sport anglers, our members are encouraged in the strongest possible terms to practice catch and release at all times and are reminded that the commercial sale of mullet is incompatible with membership of the NMC.

Membership is made up of anglers of all abilities, from the very experienced to those yet to catch their first mullet.

The backbone of the NMC is the bi-annual journal 'Grey Ghost', usually produced in Spring and Autumn. The club also regularly distributes newsletters through the summer months, and sends out a regional membership address list each spring to enable members to get in touch with each other when then plan on fishing new areas. 

The NMC organises 'fish-ins' at locations around the country, offering the chance to pursue mullet in different surroundings in the company of experienced anglers. If you need help, guidance is always at hand in the form of a good local fisherman who should be willing to show you around. 

The club awards gold, silver, bronze and platinum certificates as appropriate for particularly noteworthy mullet of any of the three species. These are run via monthly report sheets returned to our catch recorder. There are also various trophies for the best specimens caught throughout different regions during the club year.

Membership of the NMC can be obtained online, or by posting a completed membership form, together with payment. Cheques should be made payable to 'National Mullet Club'. You may also use the form or access the 'NMC Shop' to order cloth and metal badges, baseball caps, items of clothing and 'Mastering Mullet' - a 40 page guide to thick lip fishing by expert mullet angler Phil Hazell.



If you require any additional information, please don't hesitate
to contact us, using the email links below.


Membership Enquiries (Bob Kitcher): - email

Website (Mark Bennett): - email


2017: Paul Howe, 8lb 2oz

2017: Dave Rigden, 6lb 14oz

2017: Jenny Kent, 6lb 0oz

2017: Steve Smith, 5lb 1oz

2017: Mark Bennett, 6lb 4oz

2017: Ian Taylor, 4lb 13oz

Last Updated:   17th February 2018