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Both links recommended covering the product. I just don't see how you can cover it and keep the smoke going...if you cover it you'll lose the air flow. That is why I think smoking the woodchips in tinfoil with holes poked in a gas grill would be the best way to accomplish this...but than your food might cook too fast with all the heat from other burners.
This. Go watch shows like License to Grill. 2/3 wet to 1/3 dry makes a good combo for smoking poultry.