wildspirit44 wrote: very nice trapper!, I've never seen anything like that long neck. That has to be a record of some kind. Looks like they're staying nice and green on your side of the hill too, awesome.
Thanks 44. Yeah still 85% green here. I believe the record is 180 years old on ginseng. I'd say this one beats that!
another nice job UB.iam afraid after this heat mine will do the same thing .go from green to gone fairly quick...going to stay real warm for at least another week they say..may get some rain so that might help......
Nice to see you guys are getting a little action in despite the heat and bugs. Fall is taking it's sweet time getting here this year that's for sure. I guess in a way that's good, but it does make for some miserable conditions to seng in. I won't be back in the woods till the 13th. Bear season starts this saturday and runs through the 12th. I don't want to be in there while they're chasing bears back and forth. I hope you guys get some better conditions soon, and some good time in the woods!
Thanks 44! I hope there's plenty of Seng still up by the time you get back to it. I'm sure how this heat will affect it this time of year. The ground is still saturated from all the rain we've had so that might help keep it standing a while longer despite the heat. Take care, bud
I've been out a few times since I've been on here. Digging some but not a lot. Those 3 pics total 14.25 oz. I'm taking off Friday because it's suppose to be 58 degrees here!
This will probably be the last weekend. It's dying out quickly around here. I hope you fellas are doing well!