I will not give up-but I did find some pheasant back mushrooms-they are edible and I am gonna try them tonite
;) Love all the flowers in the woods right now-it smells and looks beautiful-Happy hunting to you:)
Laurie. I hunt the deep timbers where it is fairly shaded. Those exposed to direct sunlite are probably toast. Suppose to rain thursday this should freshen up those that are shaded and the north slopes are still small greys ,a rain will turn those to large yellows. I still think we have another good weak of hunting.
found another pound or so yesterday-plus found fresh oyster mushrooms also-that was a great surprise-thoughtt they were a fall shroom, but researched and found they can pop anytime of the year if there is enough rain:)
Went out today and found about a pound on the northwest slope. Weeds and undergroth are makeing them hard to see. They were still useable but are geting over the hill here. North east Iowa should be good for another good weak.
Hey all, "way down" there in NE Iowa, I'm just north of the border, Mabel area. I have been out religiously since the end of April and just now finding quantities. Out Saturday and picked 2lbs, all greys, out yesterday and picked 7.75lbs, amazingly enough blacks and yellows not 20 feet apart. All on south and southeast faces. We are about three weeks behind and looks to be two more weeks if it doesn't get to hot. Good hunting.
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