Question that didn't know where to post, if here or start a new thread.
I would like to do some fish on a longer, almost cold smoke. Any tips for a 150° - 190° smoke on a UDS - as for # of lit coals vs what's in the basket, more exhaust, almost no intake air...?
Originally Posted by h20loo
Kubbie- I know insulation on the top and sides of your barrel would have more effect. My barrel wont even melt the ice under it when I do winter smokes so there is no need for me to worry about heat loss to the bottom.
I know that now, it was just an experiment. (Actually, my excuse is weight as a theft deterrent ;)
I need to pound the Weber lid to fit now, to regain some of that lost space