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Unread 03-17-2013, 04:32 PM   #1
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Went to my local Bass Pro Shop and picked up some new rubs that I have never tried before. I have read here that all three rubs are great so I just had to find out for myself. I'm using my round bbq pit that is made from an old buoy. I have not used this pit in a while because I doing some modifications. I using the snake method with mesquite lump charcoal. Mesquite lump is readily available here and it sells for an average of 8 bucks for a 50 pound bag which isn't too bad. I am also using peach wood chips for the first time. Have the ribs in the pit and cant wait to taste the different rubs on the ribs.....

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Nice! Love that smoker too!
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I had a baaad feeling clicking on this thread but it turned out pretty good...
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Didn't know you could get Plowboys at Bass Pro - Be back in a bit y'all!
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I had no idea bass pro shops sold seasoning and rubs!!

I need to go take a look now!!
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Yep...I love the yardbirds for sure, and the bone suckin is mighty good too. Haven't tried the other, let us know what you think of them all.

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DIG that "sphere" smoker!


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Cool. Gotta go check Bass Pro and see what rubs they got. Being in CA. stores alot of times dont carry what other places do. Nice cooker. Was that a buoy or something to start with??
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Quote:
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I had no idea bass pro shops sold seasoning and rubs!!

I need to go take a look now!!
i stopped at the Bass Pro near richmond the other day and thought i'd died and gone to heaven. that place was crazy. i walked all over the whole place and it was the size of a super walmart. i wanted to get some peach chunks but they were sold out, i ended up getting some orange wood chunks though. their rub selection actually impressed me and i think they even has several types of plowboys. i love yardbird, it's my go to for chicken!!
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Cool looking rig!
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I really like that cooker. Didn't you do a bulid thread on it?

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I've used the Killer Hogs and liked it. Haven't tried the others as of yet...
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I really like that cooker. Didn't you do a bulid thread on it?

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I did do a build thread a while back but never got around to doing any mods until this past weekend. I wanted to put a smoker box of some kind and was kicking around ideas but decided to try a slow cook on it first. I covered the air gaps on the door opening and it held at 275 degrees with minor adjustments for over 8 hours without adding charcoal. After the 8 hours I snuffed out the fire and still had about 20% of the charcoal left.
The ribs turned out fantastic but in my opinion, The Killer Hogs rubs stood out a bit more but all three rubs taste awesome....
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That is one fine rig. Build me one . On the rubs i do love to make my own. some time good some times bad . but they are mine ..... sorry
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