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Salmon runnin in smoker. First try.

cmayna

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Very nice looking Salmon.  Let us know how it turns out.

Craig
 

bigorange

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We made some salmon spread with one. Had it on crackers last night. Then put it in toast and had it with my eggs this morn. Mmm good. Thanks to all.
 

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I love that smoked salmon! Yours looks great.

Disco
 

chaos

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Nice looking bigorange. What is bearcarvers way?

Question, I also have some fresh salmon ready to smoke. If you throw salmon in with meat at some point, does the fish "takeover" the taste of the meat? Keep them separate or can we combine the two in the same smoker?

Thanks in advance.

Chaos
 

bigorange

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Nice looking bigorange. What is bearcarvers way?

Question, I also have some fresh salmon ready to smoke. If you throw salmon in with meat at some point, does the fish "takeover" the taste of the meat? Keep them separate or can we combine the two in the same smoker?

Thanks in advance.

Chaos
O man. No idea really. I'm a newbie!! Hopefully someone with more experience will chime in. Tn over sc yah!!
 

cmayna

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Nice looking bigorange. What is bearcarvers way?

Question, I also have some fresh salmon ready to smoke. If you throw salmon in with meat at some point, does the fish "takeover" the taste of the meat? Keep them separate or can we combine the two in the same smoker?

Thanks in advance.

Chaos
In my opinion, there's no question.  Keep them separate, especially if you have meat above or below the fish with the drippings from the product above dripping down onto the below meat or fish.
 
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chaos

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Cmayna, thanks for the definitive advice...!

Safe day.

Chaos 
 
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