Thaw out your turkey
Remove the turkey from bag,
Preheat your smoker and get a good smoke going, I brought mine up to 200 degrees and held that temperature for the whole smoke.
Rub down your turkey with the oil so it is coated before you season.
Sprinkle with the seasonings to your desired taste, this shows how well I coated my turkey.
Spray your smoker rack with a nonstick spray.
Place your turkey on the rack and put the rack in the smoker when the smoker has reached the temperature of at least 165,
Allow to smoke, but remember to watch your water dish and your chips, pucks, or pellets as you smoking
I smoked our turkey for 8 hours at 200 degrees and then removed the puck holder.
I kept the smoker at 200 degrees for the last hour. Make sure to use a meat thermometer to make sure the turkey is cooked all the way thru.
Allow to rest and then enjoy!