Dhuntington

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  1. There is no camping at shades but turkey run is just a few miles away.
  2. I sent a message to the admins. And to a guy who used to help run the sight. Hopfully the info on the summer hunts will be updated. If you have facebook there is a page for hoosier mushrooms on there, dont know if there is more info on it or not. I dont have a facebook so i cant check.
  3. If we get some rain there should be several different ones flushing as of right now there hasnt been much. As for the hens not sure when they start the first ones i found last year where in mid to late september.
  4. I found a recipe on youtube that was pretty good. I t was posted by robin hartford if i remember right.
  5. Might be able to would have to budget a trip north. I am about 2 hours south of there in illinois close to vigo county. I have done some hunting in Shades during the summer and found it to be a good place havent tried it in the fall yet.
  6. Been a member for a year they were good at posting the dates and times for awile, not sure why they havent been lately. I originally joind to find people that wanted to go on forays but outside of the 2 i went on last summer i havent found anyone that has wanted to, hoping that changes or that i can meet up with some people that would like to meet up and go every so often.
  7. When will the registration for the summer mushroom walk be open. Also where will be meeting and at what time
  8. I have been finding alot of these boletes and have not been able to id them.
  9. A good book for beginers is Edible Wild Mushrooms of Illinois and suroundin States. I have found it to be very helpful.
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  11. Looks like it is one of the Amanita mushrooms not sure of the exact one.
  12. Laetiporus Sulphureus is realy common around here also. Taste the same and can be found in large numbers sometimes.