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I've studied this question for sometime now. I was always trying to find the other trigger. Finally I decided that mullet aren't no dummies. They start their series of evacuations based strictly on the fact that they have to leave sometime before the water gets too cool and the easiest time to do so is when there is a strong longshore current headed south. Appearently the little rascals are a heap smarter than I am or I wouldn't have had to think about it so much. Northeasters set up these currents when they blow. The harder and longer they blow the further and faster the mullet go. Also the harder northeast winds tend to muddy up the water after a while affording the mullet some cover at the start of their journey. WOW! What was so hard about that? ...AL
 
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