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Smoke'n it up on the Gulf coast of Florida.

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I use a vertical charcoal smoker. The outdoorsy meat and potatoes kind. No gas no electric, just not my thing. I like to use a wide variety of wood when I smoke, depends on what I am doing. I am very interested in trying out some of the Fish recipes I've seen. I commonly smoke pork loins, whole chickens, pork & beef ribs, sausages, kielbasa and ham.in that order. Sadly, I dont get to do fish often. The smoker I use is built by a guy at work out of 11ga steel, holds heat well. The legs however are made out of heavy wall 2x2" box steel, and makes the whole thing ridiculously heavy and a p.i.a. to move around. I've had it a couple years and she's nicely seasoned. Three racks about 20x21", a shelf for your OJ filled liquid pan and a state of the art and also top secret large capacity-slow burn Firebox. Haha

Anyway, hello. Great forum.
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Just north of you in Cedar Key.  I mainly only smoke bluefish, spanish macks and jack cravelles. Mullet when I can get it. Mainly for dips but sometimes for sitting on a Ritz. Good stuff for sure.

 

 

 

 

 

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My One-Eyed Grandma's Louisiana grilled Redfish ain't bad either. :biggrin:

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Nice red...fishing the gulf coast yields some great fish you just can't get in the market.
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texas.gifHello and welcome from East Texas. This is a great site, lots of information and great people that are willing to throw in their two cents worth on about anything.   

 

Gary

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