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Smokin success

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hi smokers,

I have succeeded. 3 pieces of rainbow trout, two meths burners on moderate heat, little bit of wood dust and an average temp of 150 degrees equals a very nice smoked rainbow trout.

Pics below,
Thanks all and happy smokin
Martin


post #2 of 10

Hello.  GREAT JOB!  Glad you got it sorted.  You are hooked now!  Do you have room on the drive for that big custom built reverse flow trailer mounted smoker that's about to come into your life??  :icon_biggrin:  Keep Smokin!

Danny

post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hi danny
Unfortunately not. Got a tip on how to smoke a whole chicken in a small smoker though by making a tent on it with foil so may have to try that one
post #4 of 10

Hi.  I can see that working.  Unless it is for presentation purposes I usually spatchcock my chickens.  I just find it easier to get more even cooking that way.  I probably don't need to tell you but just be sure to to get the chicken up to 60c IT in under 4 hours.  Be sure to post pics of the chicken.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

post #5 of 10

Well done Martin, I knew you would find how to use it pointed in the right direction

post #6 of 10
Nice qview!
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hi all,

I have a second success smoking mackerel which I then made pate with.
Pics below

Happy smokin
post #8 of 10

Nice looking makies there Martin. They were few and far between off the boat last year.

post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by KC5TPY View Post
 

I probably don't need to tell you but just be sure to to get the chicken up to 60c IT in under 4 hours.  Be sure to post pics of the chicken.  Keep Smokin!

 

And up to a minimum of 74 C before you eat it. I usually take my chicken up to 80 C.

post #10 of 10
Good looking plate of food!!!

Hope this has encouraged you to continue.

Smokin Monkey
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