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What is the ideal temperature for smoking fish?

Asked: Peja Radojkovic, Last Updated:

Between 175 and 200 degrees You want your smoker between 175 and 200 degrees, and your fish will probably smoke for approximately three hours. For fillets, place fish skin side up for smoking. For other cuts, smoke skin side down and flip over as needed. You will want to periodically check the temperature of the fish.

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