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Just came in from the woods. From what I see it is still early. Maybe some blacks in very special spots but for the most part the season is a good week away as long as we get plenty of rain over the next 5 days. I will post a couple pics soon.
 

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I traveled to my honey hole (located in Southwest KY - Hopkinsville, KY area) this morning, early, and nothing. This spot has produced Blacks, Greys, and Yellows the past 6 years consistently. The coming week looks promising.thought with the rain and weather. Let's keep each other updated over the next few days! please....
 

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Huge amounts of rainfall last night and windy enough to get to the soil. Back Morels will be this weekend. (under large leafy ground cover.) If we get the forecast projected for the next 10 Days we will be in season for yellows around April 6th - 9th.
 

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Jim, I noticed today that after all that rain the rest of the trees have joined the bloom. I went Thursday and the only bloom were cherry and magnolia. The rest waiting for the heavy rain to bloom. I am guessing if you look hard you will find some black morels but the yellows are just still a week or more out.
 

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Nutsak, are you even in Kentucky? I have been out in the woods All week near you Jim and things are starting to become alive. I've found several devils urns, scarlet rosecups, squawroot, etc. Mostly all the trees have blossoms. Still goose egg on the morels. I don't think I'm searching the right elevations. They are finding them all around us!!
 

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Found 7 more blacks today in Jefferson county. These had all popped since Wednesday when I was in the same patches. The heavy frost had no affect on the ones I found today. By next weekend the hunting should be much better.
 

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right now you need sunny spots. places that are rocky with limestone jutting out to keep them warm at night. Look in the non typical spots for the black. check the little rollers near the hilltops. "moundy" areas that can hold water and heat at night. Again if you have a hilltop stop with Chuncky limestone buolders you should have blacks. Yeah I have seen all that other stuff but I determine a lot by how developed the trees are. I am in northern Ky right now on the Ohio river.
I will probably grab a couple of black up tomorrow afternoon and hopefully will have some better photo's to post.
 

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Ricard76, that's awesome!! I spent the morning on ridges of poplar and hickory in Jefferson county and came out nil. I actually think I was at too high of elevations...not sure. Ground cover looked exactly like your photos on kyhunting. Said posts are also why I never give up lol. Maybe I shouldn't trample through anywhere else til closer to next weekend. Congrats on your finds!! Some cream of morel beef stroganoff sounds really good right now
 

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Shroomwhisperer, my post are fairly similar on the 2 sites. I just go by different names on each. I just wish I could figure out how to post pics on this site also. I have checked one lower elevation spot with no success.
 
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