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Discussion in 'Arkansas' started by glassman, Feb 22, 2018.
Well we were able to pick a few yesterday in Montgomery county
didn't find any yesterday but we caught these
Great! Going to check a spot in Conway county today and trying to decide if too early to go north of clinton to a sweet spot we know of.
--Hey, nice fish.
I'm up near the forest black morels are being found no yellow s yet
That's only thing keeping us back. Our spot in the north has produced many yellows, few blacks. May need to wait another week on that spot.
The night' here have still been chilly but the ground temps have been around 56 to 57 So it won't be long
Of course there are not really leaves to speak of on the trees yet. But this link talks about ash trees, opposite branching, etc.
So my wife and I live in Fort Smith and would like to go look for morels. We've never done it before. Neither of us have ever even eaten a morel. It just sounds like a fun thing to do. Anyone have any ideas about where to look around Fort Smith? We're definitely not looking to find a lot of them, just a couple to cook up and see if we even like morels. Honestly, I hate mushrooms and probably won't like morels, but this sounds like more fun than an Easter egg hunt. We're going to Tenkiller tonight and plan to look there around Chicken Creek/Terrapin Creek tomorrow where we have land. If anyone knows of a good spot around there that would be helpful too.
Ash trees sycamores. Trees elms trees I had my best luck find some trees start looking all around them creek banks that have a good flat to them south. Side slopes
That is a beautiful mushroom
Baxter/Marion county yesterday
We found just shy of 5lbs in Sebastian county Friday. Found over a pound of old rotten ones.
Nice! I have about 31 right now. Go Marion County!
Baxter took the cake today but I'l be looking at my Marion honey hole when my wife has her next day off. Today's find
Found a few in Benton county.
found these today stone county
I live in Sharp County, Cherokee Village to be exact. This is my second spring here and I am finding it almost impossible to find a place to hunt Morels?! Most all the private land I have driven through is posted. Outside of knocking on peoples doors, I’m kind of at my wits and as to what to do, any suggestions would be appreciated
I just go ask all they can say Is no or take half of your catch but also travel go other places
There are still good people around these parts