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Camp Chef pellets are 100% Hardwood, not 100% flavor wood. I don't trust Camp Chef's low and high smoke settings. I run the smoke setting of 10 most all the time. I start out around 180° for an hour or so and them move to 225-250 as time dictates. You chose well with the LumberJack pellets.

If you live near any Rural King stores or Atwoods farm stores they both sell LJ pellets at good prices and have sales from time to time at outstanding prices.
Thanks for the intel, no Rural King or Atwood’s up around here in MN. Dicks only has LJ char hickory and competition on the shelf but I was able to order the 100% Hickory from them online. Hopefully find a retailer up here soon
 

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Hopefully find a retailer up here soon
You should be able to get LJ at a good price in MN with a group buy from bbqpelletsonline.com. You need to buy 500# as part of a group that is purchasing a ton or more. They locate others in your area to go in with you, and deliver to a terminal. Terminals in MN are

Blaine, MN10029 Naples St NE
Duluth, MN3115 Hill Ave.
Owatonna, MN1500 Park Drive
Sauk Rapids, MN1025 13th Ave N
 

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You should be able to get LJ at a good price in MN with a group buy from bbqpelletsonline.com. You need to buy 500# as part of a group that is purchasing a ton or more. They locate others in your area to go in with you, and deliver to a terminal. Terminals in MN are

Blaine, MN10029 Naples St NE
Duluth, MN3115 Hill Ave.
Owatonna, MN1500 Park Drive
Sauk Rapids, MN1025 13th Ave N
That’s a lot, no thanks but thanks for the info. Igot the 80 lbs for $108 so $27 a bag delivered to the house.
 

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That’s a lot, no thanks but thanks for the info. Igot the 80 lbs for $108 so $27 a bag delivered to the house.
So $14.99 a bag at the store but they don’t carry 100% hickory on the shelf so have to order online and $12 bucks a bag delivered to the house. If anyone buys a green sifter from Amazon, get the 1/8” mesh. The Oklahoma Joe’s basket is 1/8” also. I tried the 1/4” sifter but more than “fines” go through. If you want those 1/4 inch pellets out also, get the 1/4”.
 

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That’s a lot, no thanks but thanks for the info. Igot the 80 lbs for $108 so $27 a bag delivered to the house.
Ouch, that's really expensive. That's $1.35/lb. I pay about $0.42/lb delivered to California. It would probably cost you about $.035/lb.
500lbs is only 13 #40 bags - takes up much less room than you might think. I store it all on one shelf of a gorilla rack in my garage.
 

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Ouch, that's really expensive. That's $1.35/lb. I pay about $0.42/lb delivered to California. It would probably cost you about $.035/lb.
500lbs is only 13 #40 bags - takes up much less room than you might think. I store it all on one shelf of a gorilla rack in my garage.
Do they deliver it in 20 or 40 lb bags? My initial thought was it would be in bulk.
 

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Do they deliver it in 20 or 40 lb bags? My initial thought was it would be in bulk.
You choose either 20# or 40# bags - it's not "bulk". The #40 bags are slightly less expensive per pound than the #20's.
 

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Ouch, that's really expensive. That's $1.35/lb. I pay about $0.42/lb delivered to California. It would probably cost you about $.035/lb.
500lbs is only 13 #40 bags - takes up much less room than you might think. I store it all on one shelf of a gorilla rack in my garage.
Finally……the Traeger dealer in my town finally got 40 lb bags of Lumber Jack 100% Hickory (among others selections) for .47 cent a lb/$18.99 bag.
 

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