4# bone in butt stuck at 150???

Discussion in 'Pork' started by saltydog1, Oct 26, 2014.

  1. saltydog1

    saltydog1 Newbie

    great day for smoking and football here in Texas

    I've had a 4# bone in butt on since 4 am. It has been sitting at 150 the past 2.5 hrs. I've read all about the stalls and I'm checking with my own temp prob. I am trying not to foil being my first butt and want to experience the BARK!!! I was just hoping to have for lunch, once it comes out of stall does it go pretty quick? I was wanting to rest it for an hour or two as well. In the mean time I'll just pop another top and enjoy the smell

    Thanks for any info. GO TEXANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. saltydog1

    saltydog1 Newbie

    Before the jokes start I will rethink my post titles before I post...lol. Too late now let the games begin!!
     
  3. jckdanls 07

    jckdanls 07 Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member

    2 things... You can Edit the title... are you checking meats IT in different places... you might have the probe stuck in some fat or hitting the bone ...
     
  4. saltydog1

    saltydog1 Newbie

    No, I have the mes 30 with their prob in. I checked the temp at 4 hrs. The mes was at 144 and my secondary prob was 142. I haven't checked again because I don't want to open the door so I'm going off of the mes prob at this point seeing it was only 2 degrees difference.
     
  5. saltydog1

    saltydog1 Newbie

    I took your advice and checked a different spot it the temp was 166...still seems low for the amount of time for 4# butt. Guess I'll just keep popping tops!!!
     
  6. jckdanls 07

    jckdanls 07 Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member

    yup.. that's all you can do.. ride it out if you want bark.. foil if you want to get it done...
     
  7. valleypoboy

    valleypoboy Smoke Blower

    Ride it out. What temperature are you cooking at? I usually aim for 225* to 250*, but I've found mine at 300* on the end of a long cook with my butts done up to an hour faster than I expected. FYI, mine usually take about 12 hours.
     
  8. That's almost a 6 month ride! [​IMG]
     
  9. timberjet

    timberjet Master of the Pit

    Hahahaha.... I was waiting for someone else to notice. tee hee...
     
  10. I usually just laugh at my desk at these and don't post. I couldn't help myself this time.  
     
  11. bruno994

    bruno994 Master of the Pit

    I usually don't suggest bumping the temp up to get through a stall, but after 6 months, it might be time...
     
  12. bmaddox

    bmaddox Master of the Pit

    Come on now it is only their 4th post (on second thought..... yea its pretty funny)
     
  13. I applaud that the 4th post was a helpful one. I also love that in the last hour there have been more comments on here than there was when the thread was started!
     

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