Cold Weather Smoking

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Original poster
Oct 17, 2013
Seymour, Missouri
I have a large gravity feed smoker which lives in my garage during the off-season (if there is such a thing). I am considering adapting a stove pipe stack extension to it and venting it through a window to the outside, thus being able to smoke during inclimate weather without freezing my tuchas off. Does anyone have any information on this; personal experience, warnings, success stories - whatever?  
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I can only imagine how much your insurance company would like to catch you doing that!!  Do you get any clear, non-windy days in Missouri?  That's when I enjoy smoking the most,  maybe look at insulating your smoker so you don't lose all your heat. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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