Responsible Choice

Anything in SE QLD yet? Anyone?

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For me, this is much more than an epic thread. Lovin' it! (report nearly done...)

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Fwoar this is some nice rain across seqld!

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^ just need the temps to rise a bit now. Bit chilly still I reckon. :wink:

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Really sorry for such a noob question guys, but this is going to be my year to try psilocybin for the first time in my life. 

I went driving around yesterday in SE Qld but couldn't see anything at all from the road side. When you guys go hunting are you usually able to spot cubensis from the road side when stopping next to cow paddocks? Or do you really have to walk in there and search around for 20-30 minutes? Have you ever seen them straight away when pulling up next to a paddock in your car? 

The rain around here has been amazing, but it seems - like Responsible Choice said - that the temps haven't been high enough. 

Hope that i'll be able to stumble across something because I've promised myself that this summer will be my lucky time to lose my psilocybin virginity. 

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Cubes hide in the grass and can often not be seen until you are right on top of them. You gotta do the foot k's mate, you're never gonna get em driving around looking out the window.

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10 minutes ago, Northerner said:

Cubes hide in the grass and can often not be seen until you are right on top of them. You gotta do the foot k's mate, you're never gonna get em driving around looking out the window.

 

Thanks for the advice Northerner. Like I said - I am a complete noob when it comes to this, but have been reading up as much as I can over the past month or two trying to prepare myself for this season. 

I live in an area with a heap of cow paddocks and farms - the only problem I seem to have is having the confidence to jump the farmer's fences and have a real good look in the paddocks. I might need to attempt it at night time instead so it's a little easier to stay on the paddocks without passing cars or farmers seeing me. 

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Get a drone bro...

 

"Oh sorry Mr Farmer sir, just fetching my drone that dropped on your land"

 

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A drone would be awesome for looking for cubes 

 

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5 hours ago, jam13 said:

 

Thanks for the advice Northerner. Like I said - I am a complete noob when it comes to this, but have been reading up as much as I can over the past month or two trying to prepare myself for this season. 

I live in an area with a heap of cow paddocks and farms - the only problem I seem to have is having the confidence to jump the farmer's fences and have a real good look in the paddocks. I might need to attempt it at night time instead so it's a little easier to stay on the paddocks without passing cars or farmers seeing me. 

 

Hey mate,

So glad that you have not trespassed, 'cos admitting to certain shit can be problematic at times, especially if it is illegal...:rolleyes:

 

I would echo Northener's sentiments re. walking in that actual foraging has to take place, most of the time. If you get those Goldilocks conditions just look for the plates of gold mate. Have a flick back through this thread and you'll find some general foraging advice for SE QLD I did up for a fellow SABer which may be of assistance.

 

Good luck! :lol:

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If this rain keeps up its going to be a ripper season 

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the trippers have begun picking here in central, i think we got a bunch of cinctulus, unless of course all the cyans got picked, i got to the spot the day after it was picked.

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From everything i've read it seems like the humidity at the moment is still way too low. Am I correct? It's about 60-70% at the moment and has been for a week. 

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