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post #21 of 28
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Problem with getting more fish (sockeye) is ...I don't live on the west coast. But keeping an eye open for affordable wild salmon.
post #22 of 28

I'm down in Catfish territory  A little further south down on the gulf there is a pretty good selection  of fish

 

Gary

post #23 of 28
Thread Starter 
Sockeye cooling off
post #24 of 28

Looks nice!  I like the natural outdoor cooler.   How long was it in the smoker for?   Did you watch the IT temp?   A lots of yummy snacky stuff you got there.  Belchilicious.

post #25 of 28
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A little over 3h. No IT check...I looked for "flakyness" and sign of "boogers".
post #26 of 28

That's some mighty fine looking fish

 

Gary

post #27 of 28

AS, nice looking fish, well done ! :points:

post #28 of 28
For the record, catfish are excellent smoked. I live in trout country but we have large populations of channel cats in nearby waters. I fry channel cats that are under 20 inches, smoke bigger ones. Give it a shot if you don't have trout or salmon available.
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