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Old 09-10-17, 12:58 PM   #11
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If you're planning on building a fire streamside, consider smoking your fish. All you'd need to bring is your knife, fire kit, and salt.

Clean the fish (takes about 30 seconds per fish) as you catch them. Streamside, let the fire burn down to coals. Place two green sticks across the coals about a foot above them, suspended by rocks or wood. Salt trout cavity, place cavity side down over smokey embers, remove when flesh flakes.

It might be the easiest and best fish you've ever had.
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Old 09-12-17, 01:11 PM   #12
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If you're planning on building a fire streamside, consider smoking your fish. All you'd need to bring is your knife, fire kit, and salt.

Clean the fish (takes about 30 seconds) as you catch them. Streamside, let the fire burn down to coals. Place two green sticks across the coals about a foot above them, suspended by rocks or wood. Salt trout cavity, place cavity side down over smokey embers, remove when flesh flakes.

It might the the easiest and best fish you've ever had.
I did something similar to this while on a 20 mile trip in CO over labor day and it was great.
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Old 09-13-17, 05:55 PM   #13
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Along the lines of what trouter said, there is usually no shortage of wood for you to make skewers with that will impart a nice smokey flavor.
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