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OfflineHorseman
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Spring or Fall...which is best in the south (Texas)
    #1932715 - 09/19/03 03:56 PM (13 years, 2 months ago)

I am not an experienced hunter...I began growing my own shrooms cuz I didnt trust myself to ID the wild ones. Anyways, I plan on making some trips to some locals I have been eyeing...which is the better season for hunting, Spring or Fall? I had read somehwere that one was better than the other, but cant remember which one it was...does this even hold any water?


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Re: Spring or Fall...which is best in the south (Texas) [Re: Horseman]
    #1932802 - 09/19/03 04:24 PM (13 years, 2 months ago)

In most places the fall mushrooms season is a bit better than the spring one, in that there are usually more mushrooms and more kinds of mushrooms. However, there are mushrooms which only come up in the spring (like morels) which make it worthwhile, too.

My advice is to go out and hunt during both seasons. And the rest of the time, too. The only time you shouldn't hunt is when it's frozen outside and your chance of finding anything is basically zero.

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Re: Spring or Fall...which is best in the south (Texas) [Re: ToxicMan]
    #1934976 - 09/20/03 08:07 AM (13 years, 2 months ago)

I live down south as well, but in Alabama, & we have'nt had any rain in 3-4 weeks, so fall isn't bringing much with it for us. I do know though that during the spring they ran rampant at nearly every cow pasture I went to, lots of different types in the same fields. oooo they were goood.


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