A lot of the propane smokers are the same as electric smokers, many are just a dial for opening and closing the heat more or less

In saying that, there is one I have used that just has good solid builds and is really quite economical to buy also.

It will sit nicely around 200-250°F, if you want to get it down to 200ish, you can put the wood tray or another solid meat object directly over the burner, this seems the only way to get lower temps for smoking fish for instance.

In the pitmaster competitions, when they are allowed – many competitors actually use propane and win. The ‘charcoal’ is best, isn’t really the case.

These assemble together easily with a few basic tools and again, for the price you really can’t beat the results.

Plenty of space of all types of meaty goodness,

16 chickens, 6 turkeys, 8 racks of ribs, or 8 pork butts

Thermostat Controlled Propane Smoker

Masterbuilt Thermostate Propane Smoker large

This one that stands alone in the category, it has a built-in thermostat.

The Masterbuilt Thermotemp Smoker, most gas smokers will take a small amount of tweaking, not a lot but if you want the full convenience of a thermostat Masterbuilt are the only ones that have come up with the goods,