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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by FOWLER2671, Jun 22, 2020.
They are about due... Any sightings?
I usually find a few in early-mid July then a bunch at the end of July into August. Search your woods that consist primarily of oaks.
Can’t wait. Ate a mess for the first time last year. Damn fine eating
Was thinking about that yesterday actually. My neighbor called me last year and asks if he could pick a mess that were on my side of the creek. I think it as August. But might walk the creek this weekend.
We found them about July 4th last year .
How were they fixed? Never have eaten any.
I just washed mine good and sliced and put them in a pot with just a 1/4 cup water or less and let them simmer for around 7 or 8 minutes. Removed the water and put them in butter and some garlic salt and pepper and simmered just a few minutes. Only way I’ve tried them...like to know others methods
I stopped at a spot that was loaded in July last year. I found about five today.
I'm in Montgomery Co., TN. Just over the line. They are up here. Mostly still small. Picked our first batch yesterday. Left a lot to grow more.
Chanterelles are up in my neck of woods. Gathered a sack last night and sauteed some in butter and country ham fat. Was pretty good.
Just now started popping up.