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What fuel do you use in a fish smoker?

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Charcoal is probably the most widely used type of fuel used for smoking. It's made by partially burning wood until it carbonizes. This makes it capable of burning at low or high temperatures, producing quality smoke for delicious flavor.

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  • Why are there size limits on fish?

    Limits on the number of fish that can be caught are meant to keep anglers from taking too many fish at one time. Size limits are meant to protect fish of spawning size before they are caught. Fishing seasons protect fish during spawning and limit the catch on heavily fished waters.

  • What if fish never existed?

    Wherever the location, the disappearance of fish would likely lead to a huge imbalance in the natural world. It is likely that vulnerable habitats such as coral reefs and kelp forests would be overrun first and only the most adaptable, resilient species will remain, in a far less dynamic and diverse ecosystem.

  • How big is a full grown tilapia?

    Tilapia fish will grow from hatchling to full size around 240 days. At the grown stage, the full size of your tilapia fish should be between 15 to 20 ounces or 450 to 565 grams.

  • Where do fishermen poop?

    There are port-o-potties, sometimes even fully attended public restrooms. This is the most pleasant place to poop you'll find at just about any lake.

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  • How long does it take to smoke salmon at 175?

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