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  1. For field hunting ducks and geese they work really well.
  2. For baby back ribs use the 2/2/1 method and they will turn out great.
  3. My opinion is the wood one like said before seems to be a little louder and they hold up pretty well.
  4. Just watch the temp so they don't dry out. I have found that jerky is the best thing to do with them, otherwise take them to a meat market and have sticks made those are really good.
  5. Try planting them in straw bales. That what i did and they turn our great. Plus no weeding
  6. We had the same problem with are jiffy and had to take it in and looked at. After getting it back it has worked good ever since.
  7. I have a 30" masterbuilt and love it. Have two racks of ribs in it right now.
  8. I would stick with a bunk trailer if you are going to travel with it. They are much more stable. They do take a little deeper water to free float off the trailer but it is still very simple.
  9. Good thing we got rid of our other kicker!!
  10. Nothing better then good sweet corn in the winter!!
  11. A case of pork bellys would be quite the investment. At costco just the one i got was $32.
  12. I think they were around $4 a pound at costco as well.
  13. Looks good next time i do another i would have done the whole belly. I did some in burnt ends and some into bacon. Next time it will all be bacon family loves it.
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