Many people, when they think of a smoker, think of a grill billowing thick, white smoke. This is not the type of smoke we want in order to produce the amazing food that keeps members of the Traegerhood in love with their grills. Often, the smoke is so thin it only appears as heat waves coming off the grill; however, it is there.
While you may not be able to see heavy smoke, you will be able to see the smoke rings on your meat and taste the difference. If you want more smoke flavor, try cooking longer at lower temperatures.