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How do you smoke Fresh Water fish?

Asked: Ripp’s Fish, Last Updated:

Lay the fillets on a raised rack, so air can reach both sides. Let the fish air dry for an hour or so at room temperature, until it's not sticky anymore. It should start to get a slightly hard coating on the surface (called a pellicle). When it does, it's ready to smoke.

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