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The Golden Triangle area of Southeast Texas has received plentiful rainfall over the past 2 weeks and the ground is very moist. My concern is the temperature and I have yet to set foot in any field. The temp has been in the 50s and 60s for a week now with freezing to near freezing temps overnight. I was wondering what you think; have the conditions been adequate?
i recall walking down a busy highway in freezing cold rain, my hands were numb, and to my right was a large cow field, fenced and posted "trespassers will be shot". i saw 1000's of cubes as far as the eye could see. the steady stream of cars was making me paranoid, i found a packed paddy just out of arms reach. i pulled up the barbed wire and rolled under the fence, grabbed a two handfuls of cubes and rolled back under in one swift move. this was my first cube pick, it was 40'-50's rainy and February. i rolled over a pile of shit and damm near got hypothermia but all in all it was incredible.
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Quote: I. Mushroom Hunting & Identification Forum rules
5. Do not make threads or posts discussing or reporting the weather. This includes complaining about the weather, asking if the current weather is "good for shrooms", or how long to wait after rain fall to go hunting. As a general rule of thumb, if it has rained within the last 1-10 days, and the temperatures are correct for the type of mushroom you're looking for, and the time of year is correct then it is very likely that the mushroom you are looking for is growing.