I found 3 yellows today near Bonne Terre, MO. Decent size, could have been bigger, but hey, had to pick. Wooded area at the base of an ash I think. Looked for about an hour and got 7 ticks. Next time, I'll be using deet.
I Found 14 Saturday in the river bottoms. Then on Sunday me and my girlfriend found 36 farther north in Clay County. I didn't post a pic but, believe me they have started in the Kansas City area. Go to Missouri Morel Hunters on Facebook. They are posting finds by the hour including mine for Sat and Sun.
my son and I have been finding grays from half an in to 3 in in northern ray county 39 so far give it a couple days and it looks like they will be everywhere just starting just small patches now but looks like its going to bee a good year if we get some sun :lol:
The wife and I went out for about 3 hours this afternoon along the river east of KC and came home with 5 lbs. Probably a day or two early, left a lot of small ones, but better to be early than late when looking for mushrooms. :-D This was by far the best I have ever done. <a href=""><img src="" alt="" /></a>
Ive been out a few times to my secret spot in Florissant, nothing there except some false morels; im thinking that the ground temperature is still off, although moisture isn't an issue. I will keep you guys posted.
My upland spots in Boone Co are starting. Found 60 or so little greys and one small cluster of whites on Sunday. Back into that spot yesterday picked another 35 whites and saw a bunch more that were just starting to peek out of the moss.
MO River bottoms on Sunday not much. 50 or so mixed grey/white/yellow and a big sack of pheasant backs.
61 - 80 of 97 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
A forum community dedicated to Morel mushroom hunters and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about collections, territories, recipes, identifications, harvesting, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!