A new way to treat your catch of the day! If you're wondering how to cook walleye in a way that will make all your guests ask for seconds, your search stops here. This tasty smoked walleye recipe is a classic white fish recipe with a twist.
Instead of the usual grilled walleye recipe, we decided to go for a deeper, more poignant taste, one you can only get by smoking fish. That's right. We're talking about this deliciously addicting smoky flavor that will keep you wanting more.
Smoked fish has never tasted so good. A light and flaky bite with a splash of citrus will have you gone fishing before you know it. Follow this easy smoked walleye recipe to wow all your guests!
A new way to treat your catch of the day! A light and flaky bite with a splash of citrus will have you gone fishin' before you know it.
Preheat the smoker to 200 F.
Rinse walleye filets under cold water, then place on a sheet tray. Use a needle nose plier to remove any bones. Blot walleye filets with paper towel, then season with Tackle Box.
Place fish on an oiled grate, and smoke for 55 to 65 minutes, depending on the thickness of the filets. Walleye is done when it turns opaque and starts to flake, around 145 F.
Serve smoked walleye warm or chilled with fresh lemon wedges.