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post #21 of 31
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Lucky that i went to your profile to see if you put anything new other wise a would missed this one .

it looks yummy and a great step by step recipe ,the Qview is closer to a bearviewbiggrin.gif

thanks 


Thanks Aaron !!!

 

Those little Brookies are such a pretty fish!!!

 

Tasty too!!!  biggrin.gif

 

 

Bear

 

post #22 of 31

Holey poop!!!   I saw $12.00 for a 8 POUND trout and thought thats reasonable..  8", hell, we use them lil sucker fer bait up here..lololol

Been awhile since I kept a trout with all the salmon, but 12 buck?? my lord, I need to hook up with ya bear bro and I will ship 3-6 pound bows for darn near that price..lolol

 

Rich

 

(spoiled in Alaska)

post #23 of 31
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Holey poop!!!   I saw $12.00 for a 8 POUND trout and thought thats reasonable..  8", hell, we use them lil sucker fer bait up here..lololol

Been awhile since I kept a trout with all the salmon, but 12 buck?? my lord, I need to hook up with ya bear bro and I will ship 3-6 pound bows for darn near that price..lolol

 

Rich

 

(spoiled in Alaska)


LOL----That was Gene, in Tahiti that has the expensive trout. I guess the water's too warm there. They have mermaids there, instead. We got loads of trout in PA. No Salmon, but lots of Trout. We have to go to NY for Salmon.

 

Thanks Rich,

Bear

 

post #24 of 31

Would using Apple Cider work just as well as apple Juice?

post #25 of 31
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Would using Apple Cider work just as well as apple Juice?


I wouldn't know why not, Wayne.

 

Might even be better!!

 

Bear

post #26 of 31
I know I'm a little late to the party but tilapia is an iffy fish and I try to stay clear of it personally. Pollutants and handling aside, there is very little nutritional value in them.

Those brookies looked delicious though. Especially if they were natural Brooks. They seem to have a slightly sweeter, almost Smokey flavor to them. A lot of the smaller ones I don't even scale, the scales are small enough to not cause any problems eating them.

I'm in PA too. I can't wait till season opens up, I wanna smoke some. I've never had smoked trout.

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post #27 of 31
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I know I'm a little late to the party but tilapia is an iffy fish and I try to stay clear of it personally. Pollutants and handling aside, there is very little nutritional value in them.

Those brookies looked delicious though. Especially if they were natural Brooks. They seem to have a slightly sweeter, almost Smokey flavor to them. A lot of the smaller ones I don't even scale, the scales are small enough to not cause any problems eating them.

I'm in PA too. I can't wait till season opens up, I wanna smoke some. I've never had smoked trout.

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Thanks Neighbor!!

 

I didn't have anything else to smoke, and the Pretty little Brookies weren't enough for a real smoke, so I just threw the Tilapia in to fill my rack.

 

Pennsy Trout are always Great !!

 

Bear

post #28 of 31

Can't wait to try this one. Newbie question--what is AMNS? I'm thinking is your smoking material.

Thanks Bear.

Marty

post #29 of 31
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Can't wait to try this one. Newbie question--what is AMNS? I'm thinking is your smoking material.

Thanks Bear.

Marty


That's Great, Marty!!

You'll love it !!

 

The AMNS is the original smoking Maze from Amazing Smokers. It was designed to be used with Sawdust only.

 

Since that, the 5" X 8" AMNPS was introduced, and it's the greatest invention to the Smoking World!! It can be used in a wider range of smoker temps, and you can use both Dust or Pellets.

 

Here is where they come from-----The inventor & owner is a Sponsor & Member of this site, and is an Awesome Guy:

 
Bear
post #30 of 31
Gonna have to try this
post #31 of 31
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Gonna have to try this


That's Great !! Thumbs Up

 

Just PM me if you run into any questions. That way I won't miss it.

 

 

Bear

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