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Hi! I am a college student at the university of Wisconsin river falls, and I’m looking into trying to hunt for morels this spring. Any tips would be great! And if anyone would like to mentor me/ take me along I would be very grateful!

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what kinda HELP.. You want'n man
I’m fresh off the press here, so I guess my questions would be what to look for, how to find promising spots, and how to tell morels or other good mushrooms from things that I should not be trying to harvest? Thank you!
 

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I’m fresh off the press here, so I guess my questions would be what to look for, how to find promising spots, and how to tell morels or other good mushrooms from things that I should not be trying to harvest? Thank you!
OH.. Oh.. oh...My... Well Sir.. @JohnS42
Well Were to begin...
i suppose first by saying Welcome to Our Site john..
then cut right to requesting that you HELP Me and all of us on here, Right from the start....
BECAUSE i have a straight forward Request of You Sir...OK?
 

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Thank You John...
I'm Requesting that you go to home page click on Forums..
then scroll to any State of your choosing to begin with..
scroll back and find the most popular thread for that state ..go back a few years like 2017.. start there Read...
Read the whole year every page
 

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Well, that was awkward...

Hello John. Wisconsin seems to be a great state to hunt. I’m from Ohio and haven’t ever hunted there. They do seem to do quite well there from what I’ve seen. The elm trees that have just died are what you want to figure out first. There’s a lot of information on this site to take in to consideration. A general rule that can be followed is when the lilacs are blooming, it’s time to go shrooming. They’ll be out there for sure then, but have also probably been out for a little bit too. Especially in microclimates. You’ll figure those out better with experience. I’d say when the dandelions start blooming in masses and the tulips bloom, start searching and focusing on south facing hills. Good luck!
 

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Howdy John @JohnS42
and to Any New Folks on here.
We Welcome You to Enjoy and be Happy.
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you be finding yourself self..
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and We will Help You John..
Still i think Yourself putting in the Efforts Reading up to date Local and in near by States
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go back John.. go back a few years
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