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WHat makes for a GOOD season?
    #3491014 - 12/13/04 02:20 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

I have been in PNW for six years and only half those years have been really good for mushroom hunting. This year we have had abundant rains and warm temperatures, but no huge, busting out clusters of mushroomz. It has only frozen a few times. Usually I see a few Azurescens and Cyanesecns by now. ????? Peace.


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: sunshine]
    #3491091 - 12/13/04 02:31 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

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This year we have had abundant rains and warm temperatures, but no huge, busting out clusters of mushroomz. Usually I see a few Azurescens and Cyanesecns by now. ?????




No huge clusters of cyans or azures yet in the PNW? Hm.. I've seen clusters of the aforementioned mushrooms for 2 and half months now. Some patches go on for 30 yards without breaks. Where have you been?


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: BitterPill]
    #3491165 - 12/13/04 02:46 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

I'm on Whidbey Island. There are almost no shrooms coming up. Peace.


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: BitterPill]
    #3491171 - 12/13/04 02:48 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

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This year we have had abundant rains and warm temperatures, but no huge, busting out clusters of mushroomz. Usually I see a few Azurescens and Cyanesecns by now. ?????




No huge clusters of cyans or azures yet in the PNW? Hm.. I've seen clusters of the aforementioned mushrooms for 2 and half months now. Some patches go on for 30 yards without breaks. Where have you been?



Where have you been? I have checked all the parks and foresty areas around and there are mostly just a few toadstools around.


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: sunshine]
    #3491266 - 12/13/04 03:04 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Take the ferry and try south seattle parks, schools, medians, etc.


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: BitterPill]
    #3491363 - 12/13/04 03:19 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Seattle, huh?


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: sunshine]
    #3491697 - 12/13/04 04:29 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

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Seattle, huh?




That's right, ask anyone who hunts in Seattle and they will tell you that there have been gigantic Cyan patches around the city for months.


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: BitterPill]
    #3492035 - 12/13/04 05:26 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Why doesnt anyone ever post pics of azures if they are so common :frown:


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Re: WHat makes for a GOOD season? [Re: deathcapcubensis]
    #3493178 - 12/13/04 08:07 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

I usually only catch a clump of Cyans and a few Azurescens. I generally make big finds of Pelliculosa, however. I use the library computer. I wish someone would post a pic of Pellic with its beautiful orange spot in patch formation.


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