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Hi fellas! Figured I was overdue in sharing my last tuna smoking day, as I've been reading and recreating many of your posts. Thanks for sharing on this very cool website.

It all started with an epoch day of fishing off the Oregon coast for some prime albacore. I freeze the lower loins because they're a bit oilier and smoke better.

The brine was some Yoshidas, lots of garlic, ginger and whole peppercorns.
I rinse off the loins and let dry until a sheen develops. I then add some finely ground pepper and into the GSM they go.

Alder wood, 200 degrees until they feel done, and it's all good!
post #2 of 6
I love the tuna I have smoked!!!!!!
I cant to get out to Garibaldy (sp) and chase tuna this summer.icon_mrgreen.gif
Are you an I-Fish member? I figure just about any guy from Oregon who fishes for tuna is a salty dog icon_cool.gif

If you havent already you should try smoking the belly meat!!!!! It is awesome!!!!!! Use a brown sugar brine and the stuff is like a little piece of heaven!!!!

Points to a fellow tuna smoker
post #3 of 6
points.gifMan oh Man I would really like to have some good tuna. I haven't had any sinces I took my boys fishing in Jamacia. It really looks good and you did a great job on it too.
post #4 of 6
Nothing like smoked tuna! PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #5 of 6
That looks great. Most everything I smoke had eyebrows. Don't get much of a chance to try anything like that. I bet Halibat would also be great smoked.

You done good.
post #6 of 6
Dang, you mean Tuna isn't always served from them little short round cans...icon_mrgreen.gif

Looks Good...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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