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Discussion in 'Virginia' started by barndog, Jan 10, 2019.
Have lots more cool pics
Waay to Go Tech_540! Nice score. Thanks for posting!
Hawkeyes Post is spot on, not worth the chance., never know what is in flood water.
Started finding some nice ones this morning and got rained out. Hopefully the rain just makes more.
Yeah hopefully tomorrow and Sunday
In the morning I going to look on some land never been hunted before. Need to find some new patches.
Went on some new land today. It was mostly white oak and beech trees. Found a few nice ones but no real patches.
Finally found enough to have with breakfast found most big ones in an elm tree grove up on the mountain
I want to get enough to make pizza
What state is this post related to?
I am out in Giles this morning and they are really poppin!
I got tired of scouting and went to a known good spot this morning. POW! They were up everywhere. Walked about a half mile. 2lb 6 oz. Will post some more pics when I clean them up.
Got em cleaned up and ready to make some pizza.
I Liiike it!!! Nice mixed mess Ya got Yourself there. Enjoy the Pizza!
Hey guys, just signed up - Im an avid hunter/fisherman/cook in college at UVA and just got into foraging... something I don't know a ton about. Really grateful to be around some people with a lot more knowledge than me. Is it late in the season for albemarle/nelson counties? If not, would it be better to search up in the mountains (where i do most of my brook trout fishing) or stay at lower altitudes? Any information would be appreciated! Obviously understand the secrecy aspect of morel hunting... just looking for a little advice specific to VA
I think they are out most places in VA now. The most important thing is to get out in the woods and walk. Cover some ground.
They could be low or high, around poplars,elms and old orchards. Really just getting good now
Most of my finds are on north east facing slopes but that’s not set in stone they can be anywhere or no where. Just have to look