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New to smoking in Mid-Coast Maine


Joined May 11, 2020

I recently purchased an Oklahoma Joe's Longhorn combo that has an offset smoker. I took my first stab at smoking a chicken the other day and had a dickens of a time keeping the temperature right. I also ended up with way too much white smoke. The meat tastes a little too smokey, but it came out really moist.

I'm looking for some help finding wood I can use in my area (Bath/Brunswick). For the first run I used wood chunks from the hardware store which sort of worked but I think my lack of knowledge and the smaller pieces of wood didn't help with maintaining the temperature...plus it was a really windy day.

Does anyone know where I can find wood for an offset smoker?




Master of the Pit
Joined Sep 7, 2015
Welcome to SMF from Minnesota. I found my wood on Craigs List.

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