Amazing recipe to marinate salmon prior to smoking. We've used this recipe the last 4 years with great success. Gives a tangy, flavorful bite to smoke fish strips. We cut the fish into 1-inch wide strips approx. 8-10 inches long and tie two together with thin twine. We then loop the tied strips over slats in our smokehouse for the drying time and smoking. We smoke slowly outdoors in our smokehouse using a combination of alders and apple chips. We use red cooking wine for our preferred flavor. Recipe taken from www.fishsniffer.com, Cookin' Your Catch, by Mark Elkins. This is an expensive marinade, but it will fill a five-gallon bucket and do approximately 10-12 huge fish. Prior to beginning, line a 5-gallon bucket with a clean, household garbage bag (33 gallon).