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Discussion in 'Kentucky' started by nutsak, Feb 27, 2018.
Me, my husband and son had a great day yesterday. 70 mushrooms
Man I see everyone finding them now... still nothing... guess I'm not in the right areas. Not good for a first year. Have no honey holes to hit up. Now I know why people keep there spots secret... Can't seem to find my own honey hole
Nice Mitsy!!! Congrats . . . let's see more.
Yes sir, I'm from south central, Ky myself... as of yesterday, I came home with a bread sack full!!! Ranging from 2 inches to 6 inches tall... amazing! I thought the cold weather had killed them out, but, once again they've prevailed... absolutely the best hunt I've been on in years. I'm near the Green County and Taylor County area in case anyone is wondering... I wish everyone the best of luck for a great and prosperous season... get to hunting!!!
Anyone know any areas in or near Barren Co. That I can hit up. Would like to have at least 1 meal this year lol... Can't seem to find any.
Not sure about barren county, but, green county is hot right now...
are yens finding them up high or down low. just wondering I beleave I seen a post from you saying Floyd co. I was just wondering bc I'm goin to Breathitt co. this week end. just trying to get a idea of where to start at. sence I wont have much time there. I hit Harlan last weekend on creek bottoms and got nothing. then came back to London and found a good mess on the river by ash and sycamore trees.
Hey @Paula-Joy ,I didn't know you were in Louisville, @vern is just across the river from you. Hit him up, I'm sure he wouldn't mind taking you out and showing you the ropes.
Chad ol buddy, you just gotta hang in there and it will happen one day for ya. it almost always takes a couple of seasons to get a few spots together that you can keep going back to..
Congratulations, nice haul there.
Well the old man finally got time to hit my spots for the first time. near Louisville mostly in pine groves and poplar trees..
The bag is one that i had @nutsak make for me...love it.
Nice, well done. Went again in Central Ky but still nothing, but saw a lot of other mushrooms growing today that weren’t there over the weekend, so I think that is a promising sign!
I just found a bunch of big yellows on my lunch break. in the middle of town beleave it or not lol. but I'm wanting to save them until Saturday when I go see my uncle. so how long will they stay good in a paper bag in the fridge? and also id love post pics but the only internet acsess I got is a computer at work that don't have a camera on it:/
Ian, take the pic's with your phone then email them to yourself. download them and now you have pics to upload here...hope that helps pal..
My granddaughter celebrated her 9th birthday tonight with family, crab legs, shrimp and fried morels. All her choices. She loves Pop’s fried morels and she can have all she wants!
Nice goin Mr Rick...a feast fit for a princess for sure..
No morels so far. Went out for about 3 hours today. Looked under some tulip trees and elms nearby a creek I hike frequently. I'm not giving up though.
On a side note: is it possible for the soil to be too wet? I believe much of the area I was hunting got flooded about a month ago
found a few more in clay co. The greys and yellows are just starting here. it seems the blacks are pretty much done here.
The double mesh is sweet isn't it!