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Can you smoke kingfish?

Asked: Michael Miller, Last Updated:

We've been catching some thicker kingfish lately so we recommend smoking them for 6-7 hours on an electric smoker. If your fillets are less than 2 inches thick, they should be smoked for 4-5 hours. Cooking times may need to be adjusted if you're using a different type of smoker.

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