Yea boletes have been good, I found a lot of chicken of the woods in early August, a few more last week only one hen before those two weeks of warm weather....hopefully now that is cold again they'll be out again soon
Had to work Saturday, But plan on hitting the woods Sunday in search of the all might hen. Only found 1 small group of chickens so far this year,not sure whats going on. Rain and cooler weather,hoping for big results
heading back out Tuesday for boletus, hens, and anything else I can find....anybody ever try chicken-fat-sulius (sp?) little yellow bolete like discs that don't stain when crushed? grow around white pines....like chewy chicken fat when cooked, I think they're nasty but chefs like them, they are out now, have been for a while, warning If u pick them they might drip like milkies (even though they are in the bolete family) and stain your hands for a day or two
Got a bag full of meadow mushrooms today between rains. Then had to work on my truck.never had chicken fats before. Still in search of hens,maybe even a puffball or 2. Even been hard this year finding fall oysters,but time will tell
Hi Smokey over here in lake, porter and Laporte county Ive found some nice flushes of Hens in the last 4 days. 141 lbs in 48 hours. found 25 lbs on my property the rest on public land, parks. etc the last couple I saw were still bug free but getting older I'm done for the year now time to process these and focus on deer hunting. good luck
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