It definitely is! I was outside at work, and noticed ripe berries on one of the holes on the back nine of the course. So, on my afternoon off on Wednesday last week, I headed out to do the front fields before work. Luckily no mowers this year, and there was a bit of wind. I treated my clothes with permethrin, and sprayed my skin with 98% DEET, and was fairly skeeter-free.
Much like last year, the front fields yielded about two pounds of berries. Nothing to sneeze at. But I also made it out Saturday afternoon. Saturday was a much muggier, hotter, more humid day. There was also no wind. The mosquitoes did not give two shakes that I was basically coated in poison. They were awful.
The back field yielded about 7 1/2 pounds of berries. So I have about ten pounds of them. And that was with maybe a quarter of the berries ripe. I could go back sometimes this week and get about as many berries, if I was willing to tolerate mosquitos some more.