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  1. Wow! That’s far bigger than anything I have seen! Congrats!
  2. Did a little “hunt while driving” today. Maybe an hour down some back roads. Found 3 and all were past prime. I think we may be past season...you’re right, nobody was talking about them but I’ve been finding them since beginning of September. good news is found some winter oysters today in good numbers. Still very young so will give them another look on Wednesday I have found that binoculars are really helpful hunting hens
  3. I found 7 just last Saturday. Usually finding 2-3 every time I go out. And many were over in Sussex. It’s been an epic hen year between pike pa and Sussex NJ... I can tell you that every single one I found was under white oak.
  4. They look like ring less honeys to me. But let’s see what the veterans have to say
  5. Appears to be but it’s waaaaay past prime. Check that same spot regularly next year and hopefully you can catch it in time
  6. No, they are past prime. Drying them will not help anything. My experience is they are rather unpleasant after they get past prime.
  7. Looks to be an older specimen of dryad saddle. Do you notice cucumber smell ?
  8. Nice! I keep finding honeys a day late too. Sooner or later I’ll get the timing right I hope. I have a similar chicken spot. Used to get out the extended limb saw and stand in the tailgate. We are the same age. I have easier spots these days so I also passed this year. still finding tons of hens. I haven’t tried them dried. The consensus I read was that freezing them while slightly damp was best. I’ll certainly find out. I am out of freezer space so I will try them in the dehydrator this week and let you know. we could use some rain! None in the forecast right now
  9. That’s great! Yes I found two more large hens yesterday. I’ve gone into preservation mode now. Need more room in the freezer! I have not done well with chickens this year. I keep finding them a little late. My regular spots produced early this year and I missed them .
  10. Just a heads up. I found four large fruiting in the last 2 days and several that will be ready in a couple weeks. Looks like it might a a very good fall season👍.. all were found under white oaks and at the higher elevations. Lower elevations had some just starting to pop up. Cool temps this week should really get things going . HAPPY HUNTING!
  11. A good walk in the woods today! Have never tried consuming coral mushrooms before or puffballs. Anyone have opinions? i was surprised to still find some massive chanterelles. Milkies are also abundant again. Corals were everywhere! Well after some more looking around it appears these corals are R. formosa and not considered an edible. Bummer!
  12. I have several of these coming up in my yard near oak and birch trees but about 10 feet away. When they were just fruiting I thought they may be more boletus separans coming up because the stem was massive compared to the cap.
  13. Nice fresh chickens. It appears to be on a dead oak. Just avoid the ones found in conifer trees. They are known to cause stomach upset in some people
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