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GUIDED MOREL MUSHROOM HUNT

Discussion in 'Nebraska' started by sporeloser, Apr 4, 2015.

  1. sporeloser

    sporeloser Morel Connoisseur

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    I will be putting on some guided mushroom hunts this spring if anyone is interested or know someone who is contact me here on this site. I will be taking reservations and expect the season to start in 3-4 weeks ALSO I will guarantee to find some.
     
  2. shroomwinkle

    shroomwinkle Morel Enthusiast

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    Sigh me up , just give me your location of where we will be hunting and I will meet you out there.
     

  3. sporeloser

    sporeloser Morel Connoisseur

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    Ok we will meet at two rivers and I'll just follow you around. LOL. OK THIS ONLY A JOKE IM GLAD SHROOMWINKLE GOT IT!! But I do think someone could probably pull something off like this the only problem is no one would want to give up any of their spots.
     
  4. shroomwinkle

    shroomwinkle Morel Enthusiast

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    TWO RIVERS was flooded out this spring, it might actually be a gold mine this year or next, one of the old timers might have an insight on this. I ran across a similar spot that produce amost 75 lbs. in a 4 acre area, they invited me out the next day still filled my bag.
     
  5. kb

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    schroomwinkle, If 55 does not qualifies me as an old timer I think I'm getting close. I would say next spring, but every flood is different it seems, so I would still check this year. How long has it been? Long enough for any pushed over cottons to produce? Maples and floods seem to interact different than cottonwoods and floods too in my experience. I have lived my entire life next to the Mighty Mo so i have seen a few floods.
     
  6. slicker_picker

    slicker_picker Morel Enthusiast

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    Spore I almost crapped my pants when I saw your post! HAHAHA I was gonna wait out in a few of our spots with a paintball gun full of goose crap...
    I was out today, caught a snake, found a not so fresh mushroom. Orange and stinkey. Woods are good and wet. No lavender yet, and the nettles are barely poking out. We have a week or two to go yet. Next week will rain rain rain, then its sunshine until the next weekend. We r close. Very close!
     
  7. slicker_picker

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    ShroomWinkle. what i have learned from flooded woodlands, if all the leaf litter and tree branches are gone, and the soil has shifted either up or down due to the erosion, you wont find diddly the next year. Maybe a few randoms and that's it. I waited a couple years after the mighty MO flooded and Finally, they were out in droves. you need to give the Mycelium time to work its way through the soil again. You need to give the vegetation time to break up the compacted soil. The woods need to rot again. But when they do pop, whoa buddy!