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Old 02-12-2017, 04:01 PM   #1
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put a smokehouse together today. 1000w hot plate burner in an old fridge box. it's got grill type shelves that slide in at different levels. got up to 180 degrees. will add another hot plate and wire a thermostat in it next, but she's smokin now. will be able to do sausage or brisket, even fish. never tried smoked redfish, but i will now.
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Pretty good look'in smoker there SM. Gonna get some of those Galveston bay reds and give'em some smoke. Tried reds once that way, went back to my macks. Reds to dry for me....probably my error. Good luck, keep us posted.

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Pretty good look'in smoker there SM. Gonna get some of those Galveston bay reds and give'em some smoke. Tried reds once that way, went back to my macks. Reds to dry for me....probably my error. Good luck, keep us posted.

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aiii-eee! never thought about macks. thanks. we have an abundance of them at certain times of the year.
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To me the oiler fish were made for smoking. When I was a kid my grandmother sent me over to a smokehouse to buy smoked mackerel, that was my crack back then!

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Pretty good look'in smoker there SM. Gonna get some of those Galveston bay reds and give'em some smoke. Tried reds once that way, went back to my macks. Reds to dry for me....probably my error. Good luck, keep us posted.

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Smoked mullet are the bomb. Used to get them in a little wooden smokehouse on the way to New Smyrna Beach. Split down the backbone and slow smoked. Man that was good stuff.
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Smoked mullet are the bomb. Used to get them in a little wooden smokehouse on the way to New Smyrna Beach. Split down the backbone and slow smoked. Man that was good stuff.
i eat smoked mullet when i'm in Fl., but not here. no one over here eats em. i'm told that your mullet are red mullet and ours are grey. is this true. there are times that i can get more large mullet in my cast net than i can lift. think i'll try smokin a few. how do you prep em for smoking?
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See if this comes up.
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thanks Mac. i googled around some after i posted and i think our mullet are the same.(striped) anyhow, i'm going to give it a try. when the water heats up, there are huge schools around the Galveston jetties. not sure i want to do a bunch on the first run though.
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