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Discussion in 'Tennessee' started by cornfed, Apr 2, 2015.

  1. cornfed

    cornfed Morel Enthusiast

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    I found some yellows and greys yesterday, only two more weeks of waiting to eat Morels .
     
  2. ethompson

    ethompson Morel Enthusiast

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  3. cornfed

    cornfed Morel Enthusiast

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    I live in Shelbyville here in middle Tenn. I have woods on my property that produce hundreds of Morels each year. I look other places for them but i rarely find them. We are lucky that we have our own private patch. Good luck hunting.
     
  4. ethompson

    ethompson Morel Enthusiast

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    that's nice.. i have an area i always go to .. seems it produces good every other year...
     
  5. tnutt3

    tnutt3 Young Morel

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    I will pay you for some. I live in Tullahoma. I have not had any for years. I grew up in MN where they where everywhere. It is one of those many things I miss from home. :-|
     
  6. tnutt3

    tnutt3 Young Morel

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    just send me a message. t_nutt3@hotmail.com
    Thank You.
    Sincerely,
    TNutt
     
  7. donnco

    donnco Young Morel

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    I live in Shelbyville also and have about 1000 acres to hunt but no luck so far, any tips on were to look. I have looked by hard woods dead trees and fence rows.