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    Default Little Chief Electric Smoker

    This is the first smoker I started out with, a Little Chief!
    I still use it for smoking salmon, its the best!


    In the brine

    Load the racks



    Good eatin'



    Brian

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    Where do you live Brian?

    That looks like fresh sockeye. Is it?

    Tell us about your drum smoker (in the background). Is that a Weber rotiss attachment sitting on it. If so, did you have to modify anything to get it to fit?

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    Is that Little Chief basically a cardboard box with racks and a heating element? How about a pic of the inside?

    That salmon looks great! I know a few folks who'd fight you for a rack apiece.

    I hope you plan on showing off that drum in the Drum section. I'd love to see how you got that extension to work, and how you control the airflow.
    Rob - TX Sandman
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    here ya go Rob:
    Thanks! I've heard of folks using cardboard boxes to cold-smoke. That, and the smoky box top, made me ask.
    Rob - TX Sandman
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Where do you live Brian?

    That looks like fresh sockeye. Is it?

    Tell us about your drum smoker (in the background). Is that a Weber rotiss attachment sitting on it. If so, did you have to modify anything to get it to fit?
    I'm in the Seattle area. It is Sockeye (frozen) but at $2.99 lb you can't beat it!

    The drum smoker has a flange I cut from the bottom of a rustbucket kettle that allows me to use both the drum lid or a Weber lid. The rotis ring fits perfedtly and works excellent!






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    Quote Originally Posted by TX Sandman View Post
    Thanks! I've heard of folks using cardboard boxes to cold-smoke. That, and the smoky box top, made me ask.

    Oh Yeah! Save the box for the cool smokin'!

    I use it for smoking cheese.







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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprb View Post
    I'm in the Seattle area. It is Sockeye (frozen) but at $2.99 lb you can't beat it!

    Man am I jealous!. You'd think that being inland wouldn't make it that much more expensive, but it sure must. the cheapest I've ever seen it around here was about $5.00. When I find it on sale I but up a butt load. I'd prolly O.D. on the stuff if I had it for $3/lb.

    Cool setup on the drum. I've never useda rotiss smoker. It'd have to make some great self basted Q.

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