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I was lucky enough to score a bit of sawdust from old oak wine casks from Tyke that Angler's Choice are now selling and tried it out on my smoked snapper. It's the best tasting smoked fish I've had yet... give it a try :)Posted Image

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If you stuck your head in the bag of sawdust it smelt just like a winery cellar full of casks. I can't say the smoked fish tasted like wine but there was a very nice flavour about the flesh

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I was lucky enough to score a bit of sawdust from old oak wine casks from Tyke that Angler's Choice are now selling and tried it out on my smoked snapper. It's the best tasting smoked fish I've had yet... give it a try :)Posted Image

Whooooa that does look superb, yummy..

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Guest 69conroy

looks loverly what other aussie hard woods has any body used many years ago talking to old bloke at m bridge and he used meliluca

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Gidday 69conroyMate I have used quite a lot of different wood to smoke quite a bit of stuff (Meat/ fish etc ) over the years and i like red gum the best of all .sometimes just a few chips of wood about 50mm long instead of sawdust will give a nice light flavour to thinner fish or meats.Likewise larger chips of gum make great flavour to large cuts of meat :leg lamb,pork,goat,roast beef and especially turkey cooked in my homemade spit / oven,Small bags should be available free from most firewood merchants, mostly I just bring home some dead branches when i go fishing along the river.Cheers peelipeeli 14

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