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Old 04-16-2018, 04:36 PM
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Thanks akoop... So once you smoke the trout, let it cool down, take it off the bone and mix the meat with the sour cream and horseradish and make a spread??

I had some Bluefish Pate once up in Nantucket that was done sort of like this and it was very tasty.

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We let the trout cool and pick chunks off the bone, place the chunks on crackers and put a small spoon of the spread on top. Sometimes we put capers in the spread also.

I had this at a restaurant in Vermont years ago as an appetizer and went nuts over it.
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Thanks Eddie. So I assume when you say t-rig you meant Texas rig but instead pf the bullet weights you use for bass fishing, just put some split shots on.... Do the weights go tight to the hook or a foot or so away?
T-rigged, ooops! I mean wacky rigged like a senko. Just rip a 1 inch piece of the pink worm and put it on the tip of the hook past the barb. Buy the smallest split shots you can find. They should be 12-16 inches above your bait. Go get em Capín!!!
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T-rigged, ooops! I mean wacky rigged like a senko. Just rip a 1 inch piece of the pink worm and put it on the tip of the hook past the barb. Buy the smallest split shots you can find. They should be 12-16 inches above your bait. Go get em Capín!!!
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I agree with all of the posts. Just my 2 cents. There is nothing like smoked trout in my book. I really do not care for them cooked. Best to smoke is alder wood and I use Hi Mountain Seasonings Wild River Trout Brine Mix sold by Cabelas. It is pricey, but gives the trout an excellent taste. I know you can mix up your own brines, but Wild River Trout is quick and easy.
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I agree with all of the posts. Just my 2 cents. There is nothing like smoked trout in my book. I really do not care for them cooked. Best to smoke is alder wood and I use Hi Mountain Seasonings Wild River Trout Brine Mix sold by Cabelas. It is pricey, but gives the trout an excellent taste. I know you can mix up your own brines, but Wild River Trout is quick and easy.
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Panther Martins, meal worms, and butter worms. Can't go wrong with any of them.

Smoked trout are fine too. Stockers suck, smoking them makes them edible.
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I've smoked a lot of things, but never trout. Do you get a good buzz from them?
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Roostertails and trout magnets work for me!
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