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Scored some pecan at Gander Mountain of all places

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Went into Gander on St. Patricks day to get my rifle bore sighted. While waiting for it to get finished, I headed over to the outdoor cooking section (after drooling all over the rifles and handguns I can't afford) to see what all they had. I saw the typical 1/3 cubic ft bags of Western Cookin Chunks in hickory and mesquite when a different color bag caught my eye. It was pecan. I had never seen anything other then hickory or mesquite from them before, so I was shocked. I picked the bag up and ran it to the counter to see how much it was since there was no price on it. Rang up $7.99, so obviously I took it. Must have had the luck of the Irish (and yes I'm Irish) on my side that day cause the guy gave me my sighting for free too!
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Be careful. You may become addicted. Pecan is by far my favorite smoking wood. I go cruising around after we have a hurricane looking for pecan limbs that people put out for the trash man.
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Thanks for the heads up! I just ran over to Gander Mountain and scored two bags of pecan.
Tomorrow I am going to use my new Smoke Hollow #6 for the first time. We have 5 inches of snow predicted......but the spareribs will go on after I melt the snow!!!PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
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Thanks for the heads up, I'll be heading over there tomorrow!!
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Nice...our Gander Mountain, about 20 mins. away, has apple and cherry, which I can't find anywhere else. They don't have Pecan though. Always fun to find something like that out.
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Ask the store manager if they can get other types of cooking wood chunks, in. The Gander Mountain near me (Lake Mary, FL) has hickory, mesquite, cherry, pecan, and alder.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'm pretty stocked on cherry and alder, so with leaving in Aug. I should be good. I did get my dad into smoking when he was just out here, so I'll have to let him know.

Glad I could help everyone out. How'd the smoke go Wichita?
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I just scored a bunch of chips at the Gander Mt. while traveling in Erie, PA a couple of days ago. I took their last 3 bags on the shelf of Pecan; they were HEAVILY loaded with Maple so I picked up some of that too (along with Cherry and Alder just because it was there.) Didn't bother with the hickory and mesquite because I can get it locally.
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I have found pecan chips at Meijers stores, of all places.
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Thanks for the heads up. I did not know there was a GM store in Lk Mary. Im in winter springs so that right at my back door. I will be making tracks over there for sure!!!!!!
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