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Discussion in 'Ohio' started by sb, Jan 19, 2019.
Found a small one in Hocking County. Out in my prime spots almost 4 hours.
Thanks for all input! Half-frees! Well, the woods is absolutely littered with them.
Here's to a bounty harvest this year!
You'd think Hocking would be producing well by now. Interesting.
Had a perfect morning in Brown county ohio! The perfect tri fecta! Ramps, shrooms, and turkey!!!........all yellows were in a new spot around dead ash east facing.
Now thats a good day in the woods. Im jealous while reading this at work.
CONGRATS! THAT IS BADASS!!!!!!
Found 80-100 fresh yellows and half frees. Everything was found around dead elm in greene county. It was all on a higher elevation area above a Creek . Picture shows finds from today and yesterday (200 total Grey's yellows and half frees).
I didn't find eny today in summit county thinking by this weekend they will be up i headed to gurneys county this weekend so i look there and then look at my home spots to its going to fun mushroom hunting weekend so if the good lord is willing and the creeks dont rise i found them good luck and happy hunting to all
Went out to Champaign county today only found .7 small greys going back out tomorrow to Clark and Greene county hopefully better day
Today's haul in Champaign county..about 60grays and yellows..good luck everyone
We went out in Delaware for an hour late this afternoon. Found two little ones and lots of babies that we covered up for later this week or next. My daughter was so excited she picked the two littles before I could say, “Waitttttttt!!!! Not yettttttt!!” Also found some large pheasant backs.
I’m. So. Impatient.
Generically some refer to them as LBM's, or Little Brown Mushrooms! There are literally thousands of species of them, and it's really hard to pin down a definite ID. I don't bother with them but I will say this. One of the best flushes of morels I've ever found was in a spot carpeted w/LBM's the first time I looked at it. Went back some time later and all the LBM's had died back and there were morels galore instead! It's a shroomy place so it deserves another look.
Found about 50 total yellows today in Brown county. Pics are of the four I left 10 days ago with a blanket of leaves, and then today.
Just went today for an hour in a little woods I've never hunted in and found about a pound of half frees. Wishing I had more time. Tomorrow is another day.
77 in Franklin County today. Middle of the hillside facing SE
I am starting to wonder if leaving a stump behind when picking morels ,like I've been doing for a long time, is such a good idea. If you leave a stump there wouldn't it create a good foot hold for the mold and fungus that attacks morels to get going and completely destroy the under ground mycelium?
I was wondering that to should i cut it or pull it as i was looking today
If you ait got no knife with you pinch it