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Discussion in 'Virginia' started by barndog, Apr 6, 2017.
Any hunters in the Giles county area? Would anyone like to meet up for a hunt?
I'm new to the area. Moved a few weeks ago. I'll be out a lot looking for them.
Did you hunt where you lived before? There should be some out this week.
I hunt some in Giles, but mostly in Montgomery co. around Bburg. I know a few folks who have already been finding 'em around here. I'm going out this afternoon and I'll report back what I find.
Try stony creek up on the hill behind the post office used be a saw mill up there years ago up behind there it flatten out to the left they were always a lot of greys supposed to rain some tonight if I could make it over ther tomorrow that's were I would be
Oh yeah think the best way in there is on the left right pass snider lane
I found some nice blacks up Wolf Creek.
Stoney Creek is a real hot spot.
Nice finds barndog. My spots were looking really dry yesterday in Bburg, so no morels. Going to look again today at some spots with more creeks/moisture.
I looked today up Wolf Creek in spots I had never hunted before trying to stumble upon a new patch. No luck. White ones are not up yet and the blacks are very scattered.
Low level around apples and we need rain
Found 9 yesterday in Bburg... All were pretty small and a few were dried up. I left them overnight and will check back today. I ran out of daylight and didn't get to look everywhere I wanted. Going back out this afternoon.
Merkel Pizza! I found some nice white ones up Stoney Creek today.
I hear that around Pandapas Ponds near BBurg you can find nice ones. I have never been there.
Took a 10min walk here in Pearisburg and found very many. I took video big ones.
Rain tonight found a few rain tonight here trying again in the morning should be good
I went up Big Stoney this morning and found these.
Then I went up Wolf Creek this evening and found these monsters. 22 Merkels weighed 1 pound 3 ounces. They were very scattered and it took a lot of walking but I think it is going to be good year.
I hit the honey hole today. All of these in a quarter acre spot. They were all small but growing in nice easy to follow lines.
About 150 individuals weighing in at 1 pound 1 ounce.