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niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #165 on: Dec 17, 2017, 05:53 AM »
>dacker-san

Thank you :D
It was a difficult point of this time that the structure is weak and the heater of the heat source is weak. I would like to improve next time.
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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #166 on: Dec 17, 2017, 06:05 AM »
Niru-san, what do you burn for smoke?  ;D
     One more with the one we're after and we'll have two.
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niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #167 on: Dec 17, 2017, 06:25 AM »
>fishnmachine-san

I am burning a Hickory smoke wood like a incense. I like its fragrance very good.
The temperature is managed by combining an electric cooktop and a thermostat.  The cooktop is 600W, and is weak.



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fishnmachine

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #168 on: Dec 18, 2017, 05:32 PM »
I like hickory smoke, especially on pork and beef.

I'm getting ready to smoke our Christmas ham.  I use only corn cobs for that. It's a family tradition.  I'll post pictures of my homemade smoker when I get started.   ;D
     One more with the one we're after and we'll have two.
The brook trout is the prom queen of the trout world, and a promiscuous prom queen at that!

niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #169 on: Dec 18, 2017, 09:38 PM »
>fishnmachine-san

Sounds good :D The family traditional method is nice. Im looking forward to your picture. I had make only smoked fish, but would like to make spicy beef jerky next time.
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TrentBill

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #170 on: Dec 20, 2017, 06:18 AM »
Man, excited about Christmas! Especially if my wife's going to serve smoked ham as well. It's her specialty.

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #171 on: Dec 20, 2017, 06:16 PM »
niru-san

I set up my smoker today. It is a 55 gallon barrel fed by an old coal stove. The barrel is covered with burlap and a wool blanket to let the smoke seep. No heat reaches the meat. It is a "cold" smoke.

I am going to smoke a 14 lb. ham shank and two 3 lb. boneless hams.


I use whole corn cobs. That is the only thing that has been burnt in this stove for at least 35 years.


I hang the basket of ham in the barrel and light the cobs with a propane torch. No paper or other kindling. Just cobs.


I will burn about a dozen cobs a day for five days. Then I consider the hams done.  My grandfather taught me this many years ago. If I don't smoke ham for Christmas and Easter every year, my daughter's get angry with me!
     One more with the one we're after and we'll have two.
The brook trout is the prom queen of the trout world, and a promiscuous prom queen at that!

niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #172 on: Dec 20, 2017, 08:59 PM »
> TrentBill-san
 Smoked ham is tasty. I like it. :D

> fishnmachine-san
Thank you for post pic. :D
Its wonderful! Especially feeling of used tool is very good. Boneless hams looks tasty. Christmas celebrating with homemade food seems to be very fun! I think that "cold" smoke is a difficult way. Someday I would like to make smoked salmon by cold smoke.
I'm a Japanese fisherman.

lilthine

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #173 on: Dec 22, 2017, 12:25 AM »
Nice smoker.  ;D

niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #174 on: May 24, 2018, 03:58 PM »
Long time no see. I went kayak fishing.The kokanees baked with charcoal on the lake side was very delicious.







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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #175 on: May 24, 2018, 04:06 PM »
Great pictures niru. Glad to see you back...
Your lakes look alot like the Adirondacks..
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niru_04

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #176 on: May 24, 2018, 06:09 PM »
>dacker-san
Glad to see you too. Fishing in great nature, It is feeling so good.
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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #177 on: May 24, 2018, 06:41 PM »
I want to know more about the charchole fish baker...
Sometimes we live no particular way but our own.....<br />Strangers stopping strangers just to shake there hand...<br />\"Dying is the easy part. Learning how to live is the hard part....\"

filetandrelease

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #178 on: May 24, 2018, 07:07 PM »

Very nice niru

hunts2long

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Re: Fishing in Japan
« Reply #179 on: May 24, 2018, 07:23 PM »
Spring time in Japan. The pictures are great...Thanks for sharing....h2l

 



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