Setting up the @webergrills kettle to smoke up some whiting courtesy of Danny Murphy Aboard The F/V Bantry Bay 

First deheaded,  gutted and scaled the whiting.  Then gave them a bath in some soy/sesame/ginger/red pepper flake marinade for about an hour.

Then took them out of the marinade and placed them on the grill  grates to dry for an hour or so while getting the coals set up for smoking using the snake method on the Weber Kettle.

When the temps on the Kettle reached 190 I placed the marinade and dryer whiting on.

Looking to bring them up to about 140 degrees internal temp. Check back in to see the results!

After 45 minutes I pulled off a small one and OMG!

Fillet falls right off the bone

I’d say that was a success!

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