Was just curious about this never found any ?
More specifically in west central
Thanks for the info that’s hour and a half eastI found a couple dozen in Kendall County 20 years ago this spring. I have seen but a handful since. That does not mean they aren't happening. I just don't do a lot of early season hunting these days.
Where do you live Tool fan? I'm from Kewanee so you might not be to far away. Do you ever go to the Stark County Morel Mushroom Festival? May 5th this year in Toulon.Cool man thanks for the info that’s like five hours southeast but I’m hoping to find some in the quad cities or a lil closer to home
I'm from Springfield, had to create a new account. Lost access to my email I signed up with and couldn't remember password.More specifically in west central
Thanks for the info this will be my third year and never found any of them so was just seeing if I needed to start early or what knowledge I could soak upI'm from Springfield, had to create a new account. Lost access to my email I signed up with and couldn't remember password.
I have o ly found them a few times, mainly in Menard County, but have also found a few one time in Cass. As odd as it may sound, I found them later in the season. Definitely were blacks, not half -frees/peckerheads, although they were just as delicate. Mainly found them around ash and under thick shrubs. Just happemed upon them but can find them nearly every year same spot in Menard.
I have never found them in Sangamon or Christian Counties.
I've never specifically targeted blacks in the early season or really ever. Both counties I just happened upon them and only Menard has produced each year.Thanks for the info this will be my third year and never found any of them so was just seeing if I needed to start early or what knowledge I could soak up