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Jan 20, 2014
Working on my third generation smoker, went from charcoal, to electric, to now a Smoke Hollow 44" propane vertical smoker.  Loving it!!  I enjoy smoking all types of meat and fish.  The new smoker is giving everything a wonderful sweet taste compared to the charcoal and electric.  Any advise on the PS4400 or vertical propane smokers definitely welcome.  Been watching this forum since starting work at a local BBQ joint part time and love the site.   Keep up the great work everyone.  Going to be insulating my smoker as soon as I can and tying it into the house propane.



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Hello and welcome from East Texas. This is a great site, lots of information and great people that are willing to throw in their two cents worth on about anything.   
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Salmon is my favorite but working on a good Whiting fish dip, not happy with anything I have found online so far though.  Epic fail this past weekend using a whiting dip.  Any help greatly appreciated.  Going to try and smoke some Tilapia in the next week or two.  How about you any good smoking fish suggestions? is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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