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If you're seeing a smoke ring on the meat it's likely to be an issue with your seasoning (either getting washed off by moisture, basting, ect. or not enough). If you're not seeing a nice thick smoke ring you need a few more wood chunks. I know a drum is a little different but in my drum I put 2-3 large fist sized pieces of post oak in my basket and that will last me at least 5 hours (with a nice thin blue smoke) which is plenty before I wrap. I place the wood chunks so they will burn mostly during the first half of the cook.
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Inject, inject, inject! Get the flavor into the meat.
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