Mad Morel Messages September - December 2010


User_Name: germany17
Date: Monday, December 27, 2010
Time: 05:59:06 PM

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Hello all, sundanz. Whats up? where you at? Otherwise this season was awesome. Unbelievable patches in my patches. We founs some new chantie patches that totally surpassed any we have ever picked. A combo of the paticlular rock and perfect sized reprod trees made for the most AMAZING chantie picking i have even been privliged to attend in my 39 years. I cant even show you cause my camera broke. Mom and i picked 400 lbs in 2.5 hrs. We left the buckets and bags in the truck and took tubs straight into the woods. Matsi patches were full too. As all over im sure.............................................................................................................a little to add to the daily bitch........it doesnt matter who is in the woods picking, if they dont respect the woods. But i will say that all trash i see in the woods is either local white trash or of "other origin" (i.e. food wrappers.) KEEP YOUR PATCHES TO YOURSELF. KEEP THEM CLEAN. TAKE PLENTY OF PICS FOR BRAGGING. Thanks To all who sold to mom this season.


User_Name: Grant
Date: Sunday, December 26, 2010
Time: 11:58:13 AM

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shroomertom,U didnt bother to google "gook".Your perception of its origin is both wrong and biased. Use wikipedia.


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Saturday, December 18, 2010
Time: 02:45:32 PM

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View merry Morel Christmas card at: http://matsiman.com/messages/buyerpickermessagesU.htm


User_Name: shroomertom
Date: Thursday, December 16, 2010
Time: 09:07:52 AM

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Grant: Of course, "gook" has a pehjorative connotation--I was talking about the ORIGIN of the word. White pickers (generally) will sell to whoever is paying the best. So will Mexicans, generally. Asians will, in my experience, sell to an Asian over a white buyer, even with a price differential. That's from 16 years of observation. One Asian buyer I won't sell to any more is "Smiley Jack". And his brother Khan--watch out if he wants to take your stuff trays and all. The tray he uses for a tare weight is 1.35 pounds. So the time I sold him 28 trays of morels I lost about $35...


User_Name: Snowbird
Date: Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Time: 05:39:46 PM

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Hey August, with the clouds, wind and temperature dropping into the 70’s it felt like winter here today, hummmmmm .…. So I took a day off from chasing cactus morels and visited the Chinese Buffet in Calexico. ..... It seems that there are more Snowbirds here from British Columbia, Alberta & Ontario than the states this year.


User_Name: A''
Date: Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Time: 08:00:02 PM

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It looks like and feels like winter but winter is not tell the 21st of this month. Now how soon well spring be here?. Cold air is lock up back east and looks to stay around for some time.snow was here for two day's and now it's gone. What well winter really bring to the Northwest. By the way "John Quinn" stand up and say hello.


User_Name: Matsiman
Date: Friday, December 10, 2010
Time: 05:16:19 AM

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Thanks Grant. Later, Matsiman


User_Name: Grant
Date: Thursday, December 09, 2010
Time: 01:24:17 PM

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Tom, u should goggle term "gook" for better understanding of word origin. U might also consider who "white "pickers sell to when given a choice.


User_Name: shroomertom
Date: Wednesday, December 08, 2010
Time: 10:11:01 AM

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A little late getting into the "gook" debate, but I think I know where the expression came from. One day in Idaho in 1995 one of us had to go to the hospital. We got back to the picking spot late and overslept. Next morning there were dozens of Asian pickers swarming our area. One on the top, near our camp, was beating a metal can to signal pickers down in the valley. And they were calling to one another. Their calls sounded like "gook" or "gouk". Needless to say, we had to find a new picking spot! I used to have a buddy that was horribly burned while setting out gas cans for an improvised runway during the Cambodian incursion of the Vietnam War. He recounted a similar origin of the term...As for racism, see who Asian pickers will sell to when it's a choice between a fellow Asian or a white buyer. I think Mike found that out in Weed this past bolete season.


User_Name: farmer john
Date: Monday, December 06, 2010
Time: 03:54:29 PM

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Well phantom i hope your book has lots of pictures as your writing is unreadable.


User_Name: "Phantom Morel"
Date: Friday, December 03, 2010
Time: 02:02:41 PM

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ZiQunn, where are you???


User_Name: "Phantom Writer"
Date: Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Time: 08:03:48 PM

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Kelly, when is the next meeting A"?.


User_Name: "Phantom Morel"
Date: Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Time: 07:58:40 PM

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I was ask what I would like for sixty year's of life by Sadie and here is what I would like. Sixty candel's in Gold and Gem stone's with sixty cactus morel's growing on top of the cake,and also a bottle or Rum sixty year's old! just to keep me warm tell the sun come's back to warm up my yourg bone's so I may go on to out pick the ageing and young at heart trying to get by. I do believe I was in Viet Nam just the other day are was that the day before?. I have been working hard on my screen saver's that well be coming out soon on a market soon then my book in about two year's. I have many people looking to learn about what I have learn and still learning. We well never know all there's is learn.stay warm and thank about this season at a hot spring near you. !


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Time: 05:14:15 PM

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Phantom; I guess I was one also. I've been hiking about 5 desert miles each day hunting cactus morels, gold and gem stones... got some nice vitamin D today because it was so warm that my shirt fell off, lol.


User_Name: "Phantom Morel"
Date: Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Time: 08:31:51 PM

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Don't know where I said it, but I was a gook in Viet Nam


User_Name: Bitter Bolete
Date: Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Time: 07:47:05 PM

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Another year goes by and August still cant read or write...


User_Name: itk
Date: Thursday, November 25, 2010
Time: 08:38:00 PM

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August i didnt say it was the best picking i said it is diverse and its not some secret spot. Diverse means there are a lot of species to be found there, edible or not. Not a secret means, well...


User_Name: germany17
Date: Thursday, November 25, 2010
Time: 05:49:26 PM

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thanks to all who sold to the momma unit!!! she needs it. idaho picker. i dont meeen to be mean. but i dont care who says priest lake is the best picking or not......keep it to yourself. and your patches wouldnt be the topic of discussion. quite!!!! its all being read.....ssshhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Thursday, November 25, 2010
Time: 10:32:36 AM

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49.1 degrees F. currently with wind at about 10 mph, it 70's by the weekend... hopefully. HAPPY THANKSGIVING everyone from southwest central Arizona.


User_Name: TK
Date: Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Time: 08:09:46 PM

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information please, it seems to be a sensitive subject, as it should be! Let,s talk!


User_Name: information please
Date: Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Time: 03:07:00 PM

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it is interesting that the word Gook that is often used as a reference to Asians actually means that the person referred to is a foreigner on the land involved. Many referred to the North Vietnamese as being gooks which would often apply to them as well as other foreigners such as North Americans fighting in Vietnam or countries nearby.


User_Name: TK
Date: Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Time: 02:04:45 PM

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August I don't think the Guoks as you call them are interested in Priest Lake, it's to far from Randle! I know a lot of the (Guoks) and everyone of them I've met are very good people!


User_Name: jgoods99
Date: Sunday, November 21, 2010
Time: 10:15:32 AM

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dried morel mushrooms #1 small- 160.00/lb large- 140.00/lb jumbo-120.00/lb Min order of 10lbs. #2 broken and culls- 60.00/lb phone 1 (780) 278-5099


User_Name: itk
Date: Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Time: 07:06:49 PM

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Germany, priest lake is hardly a secret. Pro mycologists consider that region one of the most mycologically diverse regions on the continent.


User_Name: Been there
Date: Monday, November 15, 2010
Time: 04:50:34 PM

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East side, keep it all to yourself like Germany 17 said. if you don't ever "Gouk" around well be in your back yard!!!!!! trest me I know


User_Name: germany17
Date: Saturday, November 13, 2010
Time: 03:54:45 PM

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Hello easternWA, You just invited every nose picker to your patches. Good job. You Need to zip it or loose it. Next youll find aluminum cans , trash and sheezy on paper in your patches. KEEP THEM TO YOUR SELF!!!!


User_Name: tiny2bear
Date: Friday, November 12, 2010
Time: 04:35:08 PM

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i dried morels for salephone 250 455 2313 askfor george


User_Name: The Girl
Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010
Time: 05:48:50 PM

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Looking for anyone that was in Clinton this summer :) Just wondering where you guys are!


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Time: 09:56:51 AM

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lactarius decliciosus - those are everywhere. They sure are gross lookin after they start changing color. I've ate them a few years ago from another forager over by the ocean. I picked a bunch in Leavenworth and froze them a few weeks ago. But then I started reading conflicting things on them? Is there a look a like here in WA that is poisonous?


User_Name: easternWA
Date: Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Time: 01:48:40 PM

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I'm a recreational picker. I was up at Priest Lake, ID last weekend. There's been plenty of rain so lots of fungi were out. Not much luck with the chanterelles, just a handful. We found a big patch of enormous King's but, alas, they were old and waterlogged. Would've been a score a week earlier. Plenty of admirable boletes and a few Zeller's boletes. We also found a nice matsutake spot. Unfortunately, a bit late but we did get a decent number of #1-3's. Could've picked lots of lactarius decliciosus but I haven't been brave enough to try them yet. Wish I knew why we were skunked on chanterelles...


User_Name: TK
Date: Monday, October 11, 2010
Time: 07:42:24 PM

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Scaber caps are very good if buttons! They are so tender, one of the best, enjoy without worry! I only eat the caps. So much drama on the other board it's almost unbeleavable, sure is nice lately on this one!


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Monday, October 11, 2010
Time: 03:34:24 PM

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Leccinum ponderosum-we found this, red scaber stalk bolete. After Identifying it, we all had some. All was well. Any experience with this bolete?


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Monday, October 11, 2010
Time: 02:09:01 PM

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Forgot to ask, what type of condition/forest are the kings in? Having no luck.


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Monday, October 11, 2010
Time: 02:08:18 PM

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"A"- I was thinking about the phone usage/limit your on the other day and remembered I have a calling card I haven't used in like 5 yrs w/no experation. I just checked, it has 481 minutes still on it. Send me an email and I'll forward you the number/password. If you can use them, you can have them :) Wow-we've picked more mushrooms than we can use, ended up giving a bunch away to family n friends. So much fun. Matsi-land!


User_Name: chemultpicker
Date: Friday, October 08, 2010
Time: 10:26:16 AM

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Matsutake picking is great this year around the Chemult area. Unfortunately, the prices are awful. Last night the price was $2/1/.50. Does anyone know if they are buying over the hill for a better price?


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Friday, October 08, 2010
Time: 09:40:59 AM

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Why no need to look for Boletes. I was going to go today. Glad to hear she was able to contact you. She says she has other contacts and if she's treated right she'll be back. Happy Hunting. I am off to an Octoberfest party.


User_Name: Madmorel
Date: Wednesday, October 06, 2010
Time: 05:52:41 PM

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Ha all it's the mad morel. I just like to say it's time to just go out and look for new ground's to pick next year as we know the price for shrooms is low and why pick them. O have gone out to look for new place's for chanty's and pine's and no need to look for bolete's. When the season is over I well post this year's finds on a photo show around the first of the year so stay tune. Lobo, keep trying for I just talk to much as you know and Cle Elum Girl, The women did call and I well s seen her the shrooms. Later all. A"


User_Name: stick
Date: Monday, October 04, 2010
Time: 03:23:25 PM

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Thank-you germany good info


User_Name: germany17
Date: Monday, October 04, 2010
Time: 10:44:15 AM

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Just for your info. http://articles.latimes.com/2010/oct/01/food/la-fo-marketwatch-20101001


User_Name: germany17
Date: Monday, October 04, 2010
Time: 10:44:10 AM

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Just for your info. http://articles.latimes.com/2010/oct/01/food/la-fo-marketwatch-20101001


User_Name: jennifer97302
Date: Sunday, October 03, 2010
Time: 05:33:49 PM

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Hello fellow mushroom lovers how's it been in here


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Saturday, October 02, 2010
Time: 01:37:44 PM

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Madmorel; good to see you are still picking, I've tried calling but it must not be when you have minutes available to talk. I decided to not chase the fall mushrooms and have focused on precious metals instead. .... view photos at: http://matsiman.com/messages/buyerpickermessagesU.htm I wish you the very best in all of your endeavors and pray that you are successful in teaching others how to ecologically forage & collect edible fungi.


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Friday, October 01, 2010
Time: 10:52:39 AM

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Nixeimturm@aol.com is asking me to see if someone would be willing to ship him chanty's? Please email him.


User_Name: Madmorel
Date: Friday, October 01, 2010
Time: 10:04:26 AM

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Just stop by to to read the board but there is nothing going on. My boletes have all gone to worms due to the this hot weather but my Chanty's are still coming on and now it's time to head to Couger to a Foray and put a stop to Christ and let the people know all about him. Good luck at hunting. Tell next time, thats the way it is 10-1-2010.


User_Name: TK
Date: Monday, September 27, 2010
Time: 12:13:24 AM

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Wow, the other board exploded over the weekend! YJ , wildchild is my woman, Jackie. She got a little drunk and miss's the old day's!


User_Name: YJ
Date: Saturday, September 25, 2010
Time: 09:47:21 PM

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Your right never take the Northwest for granted. Alaska or bust. good luck to all.


User_Name: wildchild
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 07:34:17 PM

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I am stuck in town working although I have grown up wild here in the Cascades and in Alaska and miss my Misty Mountains a great deal. The only stress relief for me is those mountains. I will go one day soon if I have to stick my thumb out. Live the dream. Don't ever take the Northwest for granted.


User_Name: wildchild
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 07:09:44 PM

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CleElumGrl, Your recipe sound great I will try this soon. Thanks


User_Name: TK
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 06:51:28 PM

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It sure is nice to have posts on this board where we share information in a positive way! I live across the bridge from Gig Harbor but have know idea about mushrooms there, Shelton, o yeah, lots of shanties and a few pine! I'm going out on the 90 road tomorrow for pine and white shanties to sell here in town, it's a three hour one way drive from here in Tacoma. Good luck everyone!


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 04:22:26 PM

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Gig Harbor, WA. Anyone know if its worth going over to hunt mushrooms? Someone has a deer problem and wants us to come and handle it so I thought why not shroom while hunting deer? If not I'd rather not waste the time.


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 03:43:13 PM

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Making Thai goulash soup today with yellow chanty's husband found while bow hunting. Nice present for me. 3 boxes of Chicken stock, red curry paste, fish sauce, hoison sauce, siracchi, seared chanty's & garlic, lime juice, kaffir leaves, ginger root. Simmer & reduce. 1 can of coconut milk. Usually you use more but this is a light version. Add any vegie you like. I just happen to have brocolli. Add sautee'd sweet onions, scallions, cilantro and 1 package of soaked rice noodles. Meat of your choice.


User_Name: germany17
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 02:05:53 PM

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My father died in Randle while he was buying Matsies years ago. Mid 90's. Since those years its really gone to hell. I dont sell anymore. I dont wanna ruin the experience for my kids. Or me for that matter. But i would like to see the "buzz" that is non existant at the buyer stands anymore. So i replace it all with cooking. So i am open to new recipies folks. Thanks.


User_Name: Mad Morel
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 01:17:59 PM

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ha all,it's only me the mad morel and like to say thank's for standing up to Chris and he well not be doing the Foray in Washington for I put a block on him and he well never do a Foray here around again.The Forest Service well be looking out for him from this day on. Bucket's to you all. A"


User_Name: TK
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 11:32:25 AM

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Thanks for reposting germany17, a friend and I picked 30lbs of lobsters yesterday. 20 lbs at $4.00 and 10 lbs of dryers at $.50, I found pines last Saturday. They sure go good with chicken in a soup over rice, the trick for pines is to slice them thin! I really believe we'll have a lot of pines this year but with the prices the way they are I will sell in Tacoma. It was $4.00 for 1's and 2's in Randle last night!


User_Name: germany17
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Time: 10:55:22 AM

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Yes she is. Was there lastnight with her. The prices suck as they have been. Try to talk her out of buying anymore. Its an insult from the begining but it reminds her of the good ol days. So if not for anything else. at least its worth that. I Wouldnt drive down TK. Unless you have killer lobster patches. Lobsters are the best priced at $4. But i found only one soft one. I did find 4 matsies and awesome chantrell hybrids. Gonna make my Cream of chantrell soup.


User_Name: TK
Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Time: 11:45:08 PM

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germany17 your mom still buying in Carson? Can she pay better than the rest for quality products? Maybe I'd drive from Randle to Carson if the price is right!


User_Name: germany17
Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Time: 07:47:54 PM

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Yo Yakass!! When you gonna stop being mad at me and go pickin??? Outdoor blueberies lookin good!!!!!


User_Name: TK
Date: Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Time: 09:23:19 PM

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Sounds like a good meal, CleElumGrl, thanks for sharing!


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Time: 10:35:47 AM

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My Chicken meatloaf wellington: 4lbs of ground turkey or chicken. 4 Eggs 2 Cups of bread crumbs Fresh parsley & garlic Cracked Pepper & sea salt 1 package of puff pastry dough (2 sheets) defrst *1 extra egg mixed up for coating *mix all ingredient's lightly, just to combine. Shape into a long log loaf "the length" of a Costco cookie sheet. Roll out puff pastry dough. attach both sheets/overlap each other. Encase the meatloaf with it. Seal. Brush with egg coating. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hr or until the crust becomes golden brown. Might have to strain off some liquid juice so crust wont get soggy. Gravy: Diced up white chanterelles, onions & garlic 1 stick of butter/flour-roux 2 boxes of chicken stsock Cracked pepper & Sea salt Saute chanty's,onions & garlic in butter, add flour to make a roux. Add chicken stock to desired thickness and season. Simmer until flavors combine. Feeds 10 really hungry eaters/large portions. Or slice 10 rounds then half it down the center to make more portions. Happy mushroom eatings....


User_Name: TK
Date: Saturday, September 18, 2010
Time: 10:53:41 PM

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Good to see you back on board, August!


User_Name: A"
Date: Saturday, September 18, 2010
Time: 11:07:38 AM

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Yakpass, good hunting.


User_Name: Madmorel
Date: Saturday, September 18, 2010
Time: 11:04:06 AM

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Sorry to here about yellow chanteys. I have been picking them for the last sever weeks are more. I have been going out late in the day for two hour's and picking around two baskets and out by dark. there are looking really good and some bolete's are also showing up and the whites are really looking good as well. TK is right about my daughter but there are two daughter and a son!. I do hope that Chris is ready to pay up and looking foreword to going to Court for using my photo of me in his book without asking my if it was OK to. Sorry Chris, it is really tough to lose your wife an home and your money for a 95 lb if wet play bunny. I really am looking forward to seeing you around Cougar for there are people there that well be looking for your foray group to put you out and let the people know how you are not like around there. To you picker's I say this, there well be a short season in Canada and in Washington there well be a late season for all shrooms and it well been WET but Snowy in Canada. Andy, Good luck down your way.


User_Name: TK
Date: Friday, September 17, 2010
Time: 09:06:10 PM

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The price for lobster has dropped and they are still hard to find, so are yellow and white chanties. Randle area sucks now, with the low price's and lack of product! So much for making gas money while enjoying the natural wonders of the forest! Be sure to have money for your round trip before scouting! Still, get out there and have some natural time for your soul! Our time will come when we can play and get paid! Lots of luck everyone, we need it!


User_Name: TK
Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Time: 08:13:21 AM

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I guess you could say they don't want whites, when the price in Randle is $1.00, if they buy them! Their still paying $6.00 for lobster and $7.00 for yellows.


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Time: 11:50:57 AM

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They don't want white chantrelles? They popped last week. Have our share for the season now. Happy hunting :)


User_Name: TK
Date: Monday, September 13, 2010
Time: 07:52:19 PM

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I hope Chris has got the message, not welcome here in the NorthWest! Now can we settle down to what we do on this board?


User_Name: yakpass picker
Date: Monday, September 13, 2010
Time: 01:11:49 PM

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Chris Matherly owes the Pac NW $$$$. A special use permit is required when you are asking for special privileges on National Forest land. Examples include operating a business, using the forest for financial gain, and commercial filming. So how many commercial foray videos we up to now Chris! "Inquiring minds want to know!"


User_Name: jjjj
Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010
Time: 10:31:01 PM

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Stick: I have been coming to Randle the last 4 yrs.


User_Name: TK
Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010
Time: 08:29:53 PM

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The price of lobster in Randle is $6.00, it should be $10.00 as they our few and far between. Maybe ten baskets a day between three buyers, if that! Yellow Chantrale's are more rare, some white's that they don't want anymore! I don't know whats going on, maybe to cool of what summer we had!


User_Name: stick
Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010
Time: 08:57:45 AM

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Hey jjjj ty for posts do you come to randle other years ??


User_Name: stick
Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010
Time: 08:56:10 AM

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still doesnt look good for terrace,may help to keep price up for the southern pickers.hope so. not much buying in randle.seems the oregon patches are producing more than rest of north america.Good Luck all


User_Name: Matsiman
Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010
Time: 05:31:07 AM

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Greetings All. Anybody out there that can get Pisolithus tinctorius? Also known as deadmans foot, dog turd mushroom or snuff mushroom. They grow along side the road and on cut banks. I need about 100 pounds @ 12.50 per pound. I pay shipping. Email me for proper harvest. I just need the tops, not the root. Later, Matsiman


User_Name: jjjj
Date: Friday, September 10, 2010
Time: 07:38:40 PM

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I will be in Randle, Packwood area early October


User_Name: TK
Date: Friday, September 10, 2010
Time: 01:30:09 AM

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Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, thanks for reposting! See you in Randle! We'll have some fun there!


User_Name: jjjj
Date: Thursday, September 09, 2010
Time: 09:55:36 PM

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Chemult prices #1 $15.00 to $17.00


User_Name: jjjj
Date: Thursday, September 09, 2010
Time: 09:54:35 PM

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Chemult prices #1 $15.00 to $17.00


User_Name: TK
Date: Thursday, September 09, 2010
Time: 05:23:01 PM

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Thank you for reposting jjjj, I found out today a couple of pines was found in my area. One person brought in four and another brought in one, all five where # one's. Lol, this is encouraging because on a good year we can expect to start finding decent amounts by the 25th of September. It really does seem to be setting the stage for a really good year! Full bucket's to you, lets keep posting, at least until I start camping up there in my neck of the woods. Again, thanks, TK


User_Name: jjjj
Date: Thursday, September 09, 2010
Time: 04:15:53 PM

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TK The crop has some worm issues, however suprisinly not all that bad. Opening night there was around 2000 lbs bought. The buttons are looking very good. I think it's going to be a good season like 2004. Prices I think are going to be low.... hope I'm wrong


User_Name: TK
Date: Thursday, September 09, 2010
Time: 09:01:09 AM

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jjjj you say $15.00-$18.00 so I'm thinking it's the time you sell them at for the difference in price. What I'd like to know is, how much of the crop is wormy and how much of a crop there is right now? Thanks, from a Randle, WA picker who never has nor ever will pick in your area, just simply curious. Our crop usually starts a couple weeks after Cresent!


User_Name: jjjj
Date: Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Time: 08:36:11 PM

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Prices at Chemult #1 Pine $15.00 to $18.00 09-08-10


User_Name: Matsiman
Date: Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Time: 05:04:00 AM

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jjj, Thanks for the report. I have a friend picking there. Westside looked fair last week at the study. Going again in a couple days. Wil report then. Later, Matsiman


User_Name: jjj
Date: Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Time: 01:11:53 AM

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Prices at Chemult #1 Pine $15.00 to $17.00


User_Name: TK
Date: Tuesday, September 07, 2010
Time: 10:21:07 PM

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Sorry A's daughter that I can't remember your name, it's been a few year's. Tell your Dad hi for me and that the wolf died last year from lung cancer, she really was a good old girl, we all miss her.


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Tuesday, September 07, 2010
Time: 10:10:25 PM

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Whew what a "Payton Place" this is getting to be, lol. I have decided that it is much better to forgive than to hold negative thoughts about what someone might have done in utilizing my photos without permission. If anyone desires to use any of them then please ask first, get a proper release and give credit on each photo to the photographer. Chris has asked my forgiveness and it has been given, but if anyone else is using any of them you need to contact me directly prior to my discovering any theft on my own.


User_Name: A's daughter
Date: Tuesday, September 07, 2010
Time: 08:35:52 PM

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thanks TK its not nice to be picking on teeanagers for no reason im just saying ik my dad n hes not wat this so called chris person says he is ohhhh TK my dad says hows ur daughters wolf?? an he says hi


User_Name: TK
Date: Tuesday, September 07, 2010
Time: 06:17:41 PM

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Little Augie is August's and Sadie's, the daughter is Sadie's, that makes her August's daughter since he raised her from a young age, lets not be picking on kids!


User_Name: woah thar
Date: Tuesday, September 07, 2010
Time: 04:24:00 PM

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Whoa up thar phony-pony-daughter; since when does our illustrious ‘Mad Morel’ aka August, have a daughter? Now az I recolect, Bill Cosby in one of his comedy scenes said that he and his wife were working with the Polaroid Company to produce instant children that were disposable if they desired a change in lacquer. Are U an instantaneous something that slithered out from under somtkin to torment our friend?


User_Name: A's daughter
Date: Tuesday, September 07, 2010
Time: 03:09:13 PM

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im August's daughter


User_Name: wtf
Date: Sunday, September 05, 2010
Time: 06:16:47 PM

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"A daughter" I am confused, just who is your Dad?


User_Name: A daughter
Date: Saturday, September 04, 2010
Time: 12:01:40 PM

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ohhhhh and another thing my mom knws better n knws wat to do shes been with my dad for hecka long n hes tot(shot spelling of it) her so much n she knws better so this chris dude dont knw the the heck hes talking about!!!


User_Name: A daughter
Date: Saturday, September 04, 2010
Time: 11:46:02 AM

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ok this chris dude i dont like he seem to me to be a guy that pretty much rips people off an then steals other peoples things like lets say pictures n wat not i dont care who this guy is but ik my dad n i wont let some guy com on this site an trash talk my dad to other people its not right hes this chis guy is really full of him self in my eyes!!!!!


User_Name: Morelmaniac
Date: Saturday, September 04, 2010
Time: 08:56:21 AM

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This posting is to give a "Notice" to all mushroom enthusiasts who have been swindled by one Chris Matherly, leader of "The Morel Mushroom Hunting Club". I am looking for Video Depositions from anyone who has been a victim of Chris Matherly. The purpose of these depositions is to bring awareness of this mans actions to all forms of any authiorities who may have interest. These depositions will be forwarded to FBI, State Police Forces, State Forestry, IRS and other Mushroom Groups. I know there are many out there who are embarassed by being taken by Chris, and possibly the amounts paid for Chris's services may seem minor when compared to the embarassment. In order to stop Chris Matherly from continuing to prey on unsuspecting mushroom enthusiasts, such as yourself, there needs to be an "Awareness Campaign" started. All Video Depositions must include your full name and contact information. Your deposition is for describing the services Chris offered, the manner in which you paid Chris, the treatment you received and the outcome of your dealings with Chris Matherly. All Depositions must be verifiable. This is not a invite to vent or bicker, nor is this an invitation for "Hearsay" stories. If you have a legitimate claim against Chris Matherly, you must be prepared to back it up. You can send your submissions to gerry_landry@yahoo.com and I will create the file to be sent to the aforementioned authorities. Personally, I will also be considering the possibility of taking Chris Matherly to court for the damages and financial losses I personally incurred from the cancelled 2008 BC foray. And for those who don't know the story, I still have my original deposition on file and I will send you a copy by request. Depending on the amount of depositions, a Class Action type of lawsuit may be brought against Chris Matherly. Let me make one thing clear, I will not be using this forum to discuss any progress or otherwise regarding any actions to be collectively taken against Chris Matherly. This is a serious matter and I will not be treating it like a "Soap Opera" by arguing with commentors within this forum, or any other for that matter. If you feel more comfortable discussing the dealings you had with Chris Matherly before submitting a deposition, you can call me directly at 250-782-5209 and we can discuss the matter in front of us. Gerry Landry/Gerry's Wildly Natural Products and Services.


User_Name: Morelmaniac
Date: Friday, September 03, 2010
Time: 11:50:07 AM

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I find it interesting that there are still people out there who are getting involved with any forays that are being set-up by Chris Matherly. Some may remeber the failed foray for 2008 in BC. As one of Chris's victims, I posted all of his dishonest actions against my company and his club members who he was ripping off. Seeing as how everyone was made aware of this mans actions, my question is this, Why has the mushroom community failed to completely "BlackBall" this man from the community. It seems year after year I am hearing more and more of how he has hoodwinked honest people again and again. I don't know about this book he has written, but knowing Mr. Matherly as I do, it will probably belong in the "Fiction" section of a library. August, smarten up. Or else people will think you are in cahoots with Chris if you keep getting involved with his forays. Chris, I gave you time to redeem yourself and you continue to be an unwanted "inky" amongst the Mushroom Community. My offer to let you make good has been revoked and I will do everything I can to insure that every mushroom group in North America is made aware of your past dealings. I garauntee that your name will become synonymous with "A Ripoff" Gerry Landry


User_Name: empty bucket
Date: Friday, September 03, 2010
Time: 05:16:47 AM

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hi pickers going out todat for shanties and tio see if theres any bush left no buys here open so hope to have a feed will dry them if we get lots o yes piss off the pope is my saying tk you can use that 1 lmao full buckets all have a gr8 season Courteney Bc emptey bucket


August 2010