bswiv wrote: »
Considering the great stuff you catch and shoot it would make sense to have more surface area in whatever you get and a easy option to alter heat from low smoke on up. Something with not just a stainless exterior but also bracing and internals that will hold up.
And remember that fancy functions such as auto feed of pellets and the like ultimately become maintenance issues. No brand recommendation as we go old school with a big one made from a air tank with offset firebox and then for the everyday stuff a big Weber.
Make our own charcoal too. Something that really kicks up the flavor.
Gas is easy but what about the "experience" of stoking the fire and watching it as the game goes on or as you piddle about checking on it now and then. Something about the whole doing of it that is lost if it's to easy.
Just my 2 cents worth.
flydown wrote: »
This post just made Aaron Franklin grin..
Big Mak wrote: »
Speaking of which, I think he's going to start making and marketing his own line of BBQ/smoke pits.