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Discussion in 'Arkansas' started by glassman, Feb 23, 2019.
Hello everyone is getting close. Alabama is on the board.
Glassman what area of Arkansas do you hunt?
A very cold finish to this week is coming. I wish we'd get some snowfall out of it. Fingers crossed. Waiting the last few weeks is maddening.
Montgomery/ Yell mostly, but I do travel some too. I use to go up to the northwest corner, but finally found a few good spots closer to home( glenwood). I try to go over to Oklahoma at least once a year. We have a pretty good spot over there as well
Looks like you do pretty good yourself! What part of the state are you in?
All the trees are budding n blooming, flowers are coming up. Got me pumped up! So ready to get in the woods!!
Glad you’re still top side of the sod glassman, looking forward to following your progress.
All of the upper Midwest. We’ve been too sw Missouri 2 years in a row and have only found 10-20 each trip.
You as well. God still has things for me to do I reckin. Sure hope He blesses me with some morels this year. Been very wet/ warm winter. I know without a doubt my honey hole is flooded again. Just have to stick to higher ground. Alabama n Louisiana are starting it off. Good luck to all n God bless!!
Anyone around Hot Springs?
I'm in Glenwood
I’m with you, if it is going to be cold, might as well have snow. Won’t be long friend. Daffodils are blooming here in Marion County, Winged Elms are beginning to bud. Spring is near......
Alabama, Louisiana, Texas n now Georgia are on the board!!
Gonna be there 28th may try a lil hunting
Pretty cold day today in Marion County. I am anxious for spring but not for the severe storms and possibility for tornados. Devasted for those in Alabama, such a loss of life. Close call for us a couple of weeks ago, had an F1 touch down about a 1/2 mile from my home. Can see the path it took from my front porch....we don’t have a storm cellar either, it was very frightening but over in just a few minutes.. And now storms are forecasted for this weekend. You all stay safe out there.
Some times those storm paths & injured trees really produce.
The injured Oaks can really kick out the chicken crop too, so keep lookin up while yer after the morels.
Wil do Old Elm, thank you for sharing your knowledge.
Hi there everyone. So I’m going to be filming a YouTube show morel hunting called “Following the Season”. I’m from St. Louis Mo area and I’ll be starting my Morel season in beautiful northern Arkansas near the Mo border. Can anyone give me some advice or willing to take me with them for one weekend? I’ll give 1/4 of what I collect to you as guide payment. I’m def not rich and looking to bring some back to Missouri to sell but I’m really focused on getting my YouTube career going. You can find me on YouTube Sticky Stein and you can see how my 2018 mushroom season went if you scroll through my videos. You can find me on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram as Sticky Stein. I would love to go out and have a successful morel season with you. Thank you and HAPPY HUNTING EVERYONE!! And it would only be a weekend and I’ll camp so I don’t need any room and board. Just a guide to help me film the season. More details on the show can be found on my Instagram.
NickS, I doubt you'll get anyone willing to show you where to hunt. If you know what you're doing, you don't need help. I hunt morels in multiple states and I just look at maps, find areas where I can safely hunt with public access and then hit the woods. You need to do a little work to figure out each state's laws on where it's legal to hunt. You could make a good video showing people how to find morels in new areas by just doing it. Why would we want 1/4 of the morels you find with us when we can have 100% of the morels we find on our own. All the partnerships I have ever made in the mushroom hunting world are either 50/50 or based on cold hard cash.