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Reply #20 - Oct 12th, 2009 at 8:44pm

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I have never bothered before to smoke fish, but reading this post made it so simple using the camp oven.

caught a small salmon yesterday, so bought some red gum from the tackle shop.

was a rushed effort last night. ran back inside to check the thread out for the cooking time and forgot to punch some holes in the foil Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

for a first effort, I was very impressed with the taste and texture of the fish.

the unburnt redgum is where I threw an extra handfull in, as I wasn't sure if there was enough smoke Wink


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Reply #21 - Oct 12th, 2009 at 9:38pm

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Pretty good Rick.  Red gum is a nice smoke.


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Reply #22 - Apr 12th, 2015 at 8:00am

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It sure is Derek.

Might have another crack at this for our current challenge  Smiley

Ps. Sorry for the late response  Grin Grin
 

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Rick try not to over do it with the saw dust, sometimes it will over power whatever you are doing.
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Reply #24 - Apr 12th, 2015 at 10:16pm

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Thanks for the tip Muzz  Smiley

Will probably have another go at this on the coming weekend.
 

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Reply #25 - Apr 12th, 2015 at 10:43pm

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I remember my dad doing a bit of fish smoking.
This normally happened after he had a good catch of Tommies in the net.
He would clean out the incinerator which was made out of a 44 gallon drum.
A small fire was started in the bottom of the drum. Then saw dust was used to cover the fire.
The tommies were suspendered from the top of the drum on fencing wire. Then a wheat bag over the top.
The bag let a small amount of smoke filter through.
If the smoke coming out the top felt to warm then a bit more dirt was used to cover some more air holes at the bottom of the drum.
Sounds a bit crude bit what was the way we done it. And it worked.
 

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Reply #26 - Apr 13th, 2015 at 8:50pm

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Sounds effective Brian.

I would like to try something like that if I ever have a decent catch again.

I love eating smoked fish.
 

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