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Hello I would be interested in your grill grates if they are still available. I have no idea their worth either. Let me know. Thanks Pat

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  • Re: Delicious smoked Kingfish, Bluefish or Mackerel

    Last week our family spent Spring Break on Marco.  Grabbed a charter one day, the only calm wind day of our trip and went out and loaded up on Grouper and Snapper.  We took a break so my boys could catch a couple King Mackerel.

    During the first battler I asked Captain Chris (Fish On Marco charters, shameful plug he did a great job) If Kings could be eaten.  His first response was NO they aint good at all.....Shorlty after he followed up with, "unless you have a smoker, den dat right dare is the best smoked fish you will ever eat, Makes da best dang fish dip Ever, EEEVVVEEERRR".  He was convincing to say the least.  

    I said I got an egg and he stuck that first sucker with the gaff.  Then the next.  They were about 40-50lbs each.  Packed them home and here I sit in Minnesota just having completed my first batch of smoked Kingfish.  

    i followed the method above......All I can say is, "dat dare King Mackerel made da best dang smoked fish I ever ate."  Unbelievable how firm and succulent it is.  My boy said that is better than Pulled pork....Pulled Pork!  I gotta say it is dang close.

    I followed up and made about a half gallon of smoked king fish dip.  Captain Chris did not lead us astray.  

    If you get King fish don't write them off!  Give em a smoke, I used Apple Wood.
  • Re: WJC Lets go boys!

    I am with you if by "Boys" you are referring to the Red, White AND Blue!
  • Re: OT - Yeti Rambler Failure

    yljkt said:
    I can't imagine spending 20-30$ on a cup. Whatever floats your boat tho... 
    Just curious what makes a person comment in a thread they have NO reason to even be reading?  You don't own a cup but you thought you would just pop in and ridicule those that do own one?  odd.
  • Re: OT - Yeti Rambler Failure

    Try what I do, never wash it.  Just keep filling it up.  
  • Re: OT - Yeti Rambler Failure

    I have a tip that may or may not be new to you.  I fill a red solo cup 3/4 full, or 1/4 empty if it makes a difference to you......

    When I use one, I fill that cup and put it back in the freezer for the next day.

    Anyway I freeze one big ice cube and use it in my Yeti.  Amazing how long that one large ice chuck will last compared to many ice cubes.

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