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Has anyone found any in the Antigo area. This is my second year hunting, and I'd be happy to just find one! Any tips?
 

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C8lyn, they are just starting in the area. All about 1-2 inches. Someone helped me along here a few years back by telling me to look for ash trees. Ones with moss a couple feet up from ground. Go from ash to ash and find some. Spend hours in the woods and don't give up. If you find one don't run and pick it, just keep looking there are probably more nearby.good luck! :wink:
 

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Thanks for the help! I thought the season was just about over. I'm glad there is still hope:)
 

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went out looking this morning, saw a bunch of ramps and had 2 deerticks but no mushrooms! :(
 

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C8lyn,
How goes the war? Hopefully no report means you're out pickin like a fool! I have found 5.5lbs by Wausau over the past three days. Some were big as pop cans. Some were over the hill and were left behind. I have reports of them being found by people in crandon so they have to be up by you. Happy hunting.
 

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That's awesome! I'm totally green with envy.
We have been out several times, and haven't found a single one even by dead trees that looked to be promising. I have no direction where to go just wonder in the woods :-D
 

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We live in Aniwa area. Went out on Memorial Weekend. Found only about five below ash trees. Not a lot of success considering size of area we covered. This past Sunday my boyfriend was cutting firewood near the Wittenberg area. Found 6 or 7 under an Elm tree, they were huge, size of pop can or so.

We have some friends that are in our area and found what filled a 3 gallon pail today. Also a friend up in Antigo who has been finding quite a few while working, he cuts trees for a living. He has also said seeing more under Elm trees.
 
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