You have a good one last year? Mine was pretty lacking. This will be my 11th year hunting, and the past couple years definitely haven't been my best.I hope all this rain will make a season like last year.
It's all about learning trees. My best luck has been north/south/east facing hills, preferably along the bottoms next to rivers and creeks in mostly pure poplar stands. The poplars I'm talking about are Tulip Poplars (or Tulip Trees, etc.) and are very common and easily identified.I'm currently living in Chester county not sure where to look around here but I'm dedefinite going out the beginning of April
I have done well the last several years. 2018 was a great year. I put in some miles and found a few new spots that really produced. I noticed that my traditional spots had petered out from over picking. Too many people know about them.You have a good one last year? Mine was pretty lacking. This will be my 11th year hunting, and the past couple years definitely haven't been my best.
I lead a forage walk at least once a month in Reston. Search Meetup for reston mushroom forage and you can find us. I'm new so it won't let me post the link.Wouldn't mind making a new hunting partner around here cause I dont really k how alot of ppl around here nor the area as well as up in Pennsylvania.