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Are walleye and crappie fillets good in the smoker?

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I have been having fun useing my smoker and I was digging in my freezer and have some walleye and crappie fillets with out any skin on them. Anybody ever try this? How did you do it?

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I smoke mine with the skin on. I brine them, smoke them and the last half hour glaze them with a 1/3 cup honey, 1/3 cup apple juice, 1/3 cup brown sugar glaze (heat on stove till all ingredients are disolved)... MMM MMM

Good Luck!

Ken

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I have never tried it, we always use lake trout and suckers.

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I haven't done walleyes but crappies are very good smoked.

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Had smoked walleye at one of the resorts on LOTW on our end of winter trip up there and it was awesome. One of the most memorable fish meals I have ever had.

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Well I smoked the walleye last night tasted pretty good for my first try at it. I basted with Labs4me recipe worked well. Thanks

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I just recently got a smoker might have to try what do I do to prepare it?

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I've had a few smoked. Walleye's good smoked! A little tougher than trout. I like the salmon & trout that melts in your mouth. But all that aside, give it a try, I'd recommend it. Incidently that's how we stumbled across smoking them, my buddy bought an electric & charcoal smoker and was having a blast smoking things.

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I've smoked skinless fillets for people in the past, I just lay them on a piece of cheese cloth. It works very good and nothing sticks to the grates

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Pickeral and northern are good too just pick the bones out as you eat em!

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