Shooting season has started only a couple weeks ago, and some species are still dormant so I think there are larger shoots to come than what I already have, but here's the largest shoots from each of my species so far. I measure at the base, and don't count the sheaths, so they may look bigger than what I say they are.
Moso: The biggest one is around 0.75 however there are many similar in size. That's quite a bit larger than the largest last year that was only about 0.42.
Here are some of the smaller or average sized ones which show less dark specks than the biggest ones.
Bissetii: This one is putting some up near 0.55, just a bit better than last year's which topped out at around 0.45, but still very small gains.
Finally, my biggest lily has a shoot around 1.15 exceeding all my bamboo shoots in diameter so far, and as you can tell it was below the 1 inch mark last year, and only had 1 stem so it has the potential to get even bigger.