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    After a great morning on Norris Lake, looking for recipe & technique to smoke some smaller striped bass

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    I have never been successful smoking striper, at least in anyway way that I enjoy. The delicate white meat is excellent fried, steamed, baked, BBQed whole, and its great for fish tacos. Its very resistant to overcooking. There are many reasons I spend my weekends out on the water fishing for them, just not for Smoking.
    Last edited by Steve Retherford; July 23, 2015, 07:53 AM.

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    • learning pellets
      learning pellets commented
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      after couple of failed attempts, i agree

      been grilling fillets with olive oil, light cajun shake, & lemon, about 8 min per 1/2" @ 425
      family much happier and asking for more

    • W.A.
      W.A. commented
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      Is that a sturgeon? You allowed to keep those?

    • Steve Retherford
      Steve Retherford commented
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      Yes, as long as there within the size window.

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    Hi neighbor. You obviously live here in East Tennessee fishing Norris. I live in between Cherokee and Douglas. Stripers are a good, sweet fish. Me personally I wouldn't want to smoke em. My .02 on that though.

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      While cleaning out the freezer, I found some extra frozen fillets and tried MH fancy shmancy brine and smoked a few striper filets @ 215 with brown sugar glaze. Turned out great, way better than expected. Kids asked for it again tonight!

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