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    New member here from Spokane Washington

    Hello everyone, I've been skulking here for several years and decided to join up and learn from others. Currently I'm using a home built smoker, I use propane to fire my wood and control my heat. I u
    primarily apple and cherry wood, sometimes I'll add some water alder if smoking fish or sausage.
    im considering buying the large Rec-Tec smoker for convenience with long smokes, any input or comments would be great.

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    Welcome from Colorado!

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      Welcome to The Pit, we are happy to have you here! Cherry wood is where its at brother!!!!

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        Welcome from the cooler side of the state! Or warmer if it is winter...
        ecowper, BruceB, bardsleyque, et. al., we are building up a pretty strong WA State contingent!

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        • ecowper
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          We might be getting big enough for a state level Meat Up!

        • bardsleyque
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          agreed,don't know how to make that happen but I'm open to suggestions

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        Welcome to the Pit!

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          #6
          Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to th' Pit!
          Glad yer here; step in outta th' shadows, an' get involved!

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            #7
            Welcome fitterman

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              #8
              Welcome fitterman ..... I live on the "other side" of the mountains from you .... Maple Valley, to be exact. Love to hear more about that home built smoker

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                It aint much, two old built in refrigerators stuck together, I started using 1 hot plate for heat added a Bradley biscuit burner for cheese then scrapped the hot plates and went to propane, I can maintain 225 pretty easy for pork and smoking salmon, She's an ugly critter but works like a champ

              • ecowper
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                sounds like you made it work, to me

              #9
              Welcome to The Pit from Florida! We'd love to see some pictures of your home built smoker.

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                #10
                Welcome from Indiana

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                  #11
                  Welcome to fun and learning. The RecTec is a fine grill and will do a great job.

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                    #12
                    Welcome from about 100 miles north off of Highway 395 near the border. I am in fact spending this week in Spokane for some training.

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                    • fitterman
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                      Orient ? I used to hunt Kelly Hill quite a lot.

                    • ComfortablyNumb
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                      I'm actually in Stevens County, but not far from Orient.

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                    Welcome to The Pit.

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                      Welcome to the pit!

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                        #15
                        Welcome to the pit from Southern Illinois! Let us see some pics of your stickburner please​​​​​​. I like to see ideas for them. I have built a couple and will probably build more.

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