Lodge Sportsman’s Grill Review
The Lodge Sportsman’s Grill is a top of the line hibachi. Even though the seasoned cast iron needs regular maintenance, most owners are crazy about this little grill and love it for camping, BBQ tailgating, picnics and patio use.
The 17 ½” x 9″ cooking grate can be placed at two heights above the coal bed. A sliding damper at the bottom adjusts air and heat, and flip down door on the side facilitates tending the coal.
After each use, burn off grease and gunk, particularly on the grate, scrape if necessary, then apply a thin coat of vegetable oil to prevent rust and maintain a non-stick surface.
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Handles get HOT so be careful!
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144 square inches
Small (about 7 burgers)
Published On: 9/16/2014
Last Modified: 2/21/2021
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