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hello all,old to forums,new to smoking. I fish alot ,but don't like eating them. Gave some steelhead to a neighbor who had it smoked by a guy in a wet cardboard box on a hot plate and it was delicious. Figured I would try it-minus the box. bought a smoke hollow 30"elec. and going to get it going today. any thing to do-watch out for when curing it? Wondering how to go about doing small pieces of trout and steelhead without over cooking them. thanks in advance for any advice. dave

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Welcome to the party - can't help you with the question but I know there will be someone along to lend you a hand.

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First of all welcome to SMF. Are you going to cure then cold smoke them for snacks, or are you just going to hot smoke them without curing?

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Welcome to SMF. Look at the A MAZE N SMOKER ad to your right. It will make smoking anything a lot easier.  

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Cant help with the fish as I dont like it either, but check out the free e-course offered here & it will get you going. Welcome to SMF

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Welcome to SMF Fish.

Here's a recipe I plan on trying with some white fish a friend gave me. 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/89610/smoked-lake-trout-whitefish-w-qview

 

Where do ya fish? Ontario?

 

 

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Welcome to SMF, Glad to have you with us.
 

This is the place to learn, lots of good info and helpful friendly Members.
 

For those of you new to Smoking, be sure to check out Jeff's 5 Day Smoking Basics eCourse.

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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post

First of all welcome to SMF. Are you going to cure then cold smoke them for snacks, or are you just going to hot smoke them without curing?

hi , was going to try hot smoking,have never heard of curing and cold smoking,but I would try it if you could get me headed in the right direction. thanks,dave
 

 

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Originally Posted by DanMcG View Post

Welcome to SMF Fish.

Here's a recipe I plan on trying with some white fish a friend gave me. 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/89610/smoked-lake-trout-whitefish-w-qview

 

Where do ya fish? Ontario?

hi , thanks for the link , looks great!!!  I fish the oswego river and the smaller streams west of there for salmon , steelhead , and browns. fish c.n.y. for trout,bass, and walleyes.031511 003.jpg

 



 

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welcome1.gif to SMF Dave! I'm glad you joined us. yahoo.gif You will find this a great place for increasing your BBQ knowledge grilling_smilie.gif, from a bunch of great people. Have fun and Happy Smoking.      th_wsmsmile0ly.gif

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Welcome to the SMF. Glad to have you here. Lots of good folks, great recipes and knowledge. Looking forward to your first qview.

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Welcome to our little family!  Your obsession is our obsession, lol!

 

Born and raised in upstate NY, Adams Center, 10 mi. south of Watertown, dad had a meat market there, Fassett's Quality Foods, specialized in home cured and cob smoked hams, bacon... if it moved we cured and smoked it, lol  Done a lot of fishing in Lake Ontario, Pulaski, Sandy Creek, Tug Hill North Woods in Montague county, etc.  Now I'm lazy down here in Fort Worth Texas and go fishing with a friend who has a boat on Granbury Lake and others too.  Crappies don't fight like smallhead bass but the flavor is good!  Used to fish south Sandy Creek right after opening day if the water was low; the smallmouth would come up to spawn and get trapped, couldn't get back to the lake and wow, we'd have full stringers and big dinners!

 

Best thing to do is experiment a little and buy some good thermometers and monitor your smoking and cooking to get the right temps without overdoing it - keep good logs and tweak.. yeah, it's going to be rough experimenting all the time and having to eat your errors, but you won't mind... lol!

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Welcome!!

 

 

>>>>Born (in Buffalo) and raised in upstate NY, Adams Center, 10 mi. south of Watertown 

 

Me too!!

 

  Craig

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