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Discussion in 'Indiana' started by Kokomorel, Jul 8, 2019.
Where they growing from dirt or tree roots they look like Jacks not edible
Very nice find I need rain bad if I’m going to find any
Hey Jack: That's the greatest! Every mushroom hunter should experience that type of great abundance!! Thanks for posting.
Happy hunting everyone.
Those are not chanterelles. Real gills and clustered. Larger, almost like orange oysters. Don’t eat them!
Wasn't going to eat them, just looked interesting and thought someone could ID them.
Those look like jackolanterns next cluster you find if you look at them when it gets dark outside they should glow slightly dont eat them though
i want some
i have missed out on chant Hunting my area..but i intend to hunt those fall Fungi
Namely " King Bolete " This Fall will be my First time... for Fall Fungi Hunting,
But i have always......
Loved the Fall Outdoors
So im already feeling it...
Our Fall Outdoors in Indiana is Such a Wonderful time
Your Killin' Me! I swear I could smell that steak!...awesome photos!
Hi Wade. We get a lot of Shaggy Manes out here in the mountains about the start of deer season (late Sept.) Do you guys get those back there?
You won't hear me argue that! I'm droolin'.............
That sounds good to me Koko!
I finally got out on my little fishin' boat and enjoyed the peace and quiet! I even got lucky enough to catch breakfast! (though not as big of a breakfast as yours! lol)
I've Never gave any attention for any Fungi Other than Morels...
so....shaggy manes....Hhmmm.. ok I'll be watching...Waiting for them Now !
Haven't had much time in the woods, but heading out to Greene Sullivan St Forest to see if we can catch some rainbow trout. DNR stocks of couple of the pits out there. May have to take some time to on land to look around.
Rainbows and shrooms sounds good
Hit woods today found a hand full of good chants and found a lot of dry ones plus 4 fish out of the pond good eating tonight
Sundays find still very dry got a little over a inch of rain where I hunt that will help good luck shrooming
Found my first chicken of the woods up in Michigan this past weekend.
Shaggy manes, I have only found them in open areas, city parks, etc.
If you find them pick them before they start to "scale" I can only describe this as there will be little "shavings"
that start to curl upwards from the cap. I have heard that this stage is still okay and I have eaten them
but not as good as all solid. They will at later stages turn inky on the cap and become very soft.
those are past their prime. Shroom on my friends.
My favorite way to eat them is slice them in half lengthwise, dip in some whipped up eggs, cover in Progresso Italian bread crumbs, and then fry them in a hot pan with butter! They are out of this world scrumptious!! WARNING!! You will be hooked if you ingest Shaggy Manes using this recipe. You've been warned.........Happy Shroomin'!