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    After the rains we've finally had the woodlands are blooming gold. So far we found close to 4 Lbs.
    tried to post pics but can't get them to upload.

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    Awesome! Will have to do a quick search next weekend
    Heeere fishy fishy fishy fishy! Hidden Content

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    Chanterelles already. Awesome. Did you find them around St. Thomas?

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    It has been really disappointing so far. Got my first feed between two trip mid July, usually it comes late June, and went to look for some this week end and nothing. The bush is really dry, we need some rain up here.
    Last year was amazing for chanterel (still have a few pack in the freezer) so I don't expect to be that good this year anyway. Seems to be a cycle just like most harvest, apples, berries and so on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muskyhunter View Post
    Chanterelles already. Awesome. Did you find them around St. Thomas?
    sure did

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    Please.
    What type of forest do you find them in?
    What sort of tree species?
    Age of trees?
    Undergrowth species?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johny View Post
    Please.
    What type of forest do you find them in?
    What sort of tree species?
    Age of trees?
    Undergrowth species?
    Lots of information on "google"

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    Quote Originally Posted by johny View Post
    Please.
    What type of forest do you find them in?
    What sort of tree species?
    Age of trees?
    Undergrowth species?
    Time to purchase a good reference book on mushrooms. Not something you'll want to do without being able to positively identifying the mushroom.
    Time in the outdoors is never wasted

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    Quote Originally Posted by johny View Post
    Please.
    What type of forest do you find them in?
    What sort of tree species?
    Age of trees?
    Undergrowth species?
    I found them in mature hardwoods near beech mostly but checking the web they grow in coniferous forests as well. What I've figured out about shrooms is they are where you find them just spend time in the woods.

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