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Are there red crayfish?

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The red swamp crayfish was introduced to California in the early 1900s from Louisiana. It is now found throughout southern California and in the heavily agricultural Central Valley.

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    Smoke your salmon around 225 F / 110 C for about 90 minutes to 2 hours per pound. Watch the internal temperature. The salmon will be safe to eat when it reaches a temperature of 145 F / 65 C, but it is ideal to have it reach around 175 F / 80 C so that the salmon has time to absorb as much smoke flavor as possible.

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