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Discussion in 'Kansas' started by huntergatherer, Apr 9, 2019.
i think we've been hacked
It would seem so.......
Any morels in NE Kansas yet?
I went out yesterday, near Lawrence, and it felt too early still. I have heard of some being found in the area but not in any large numbers. I don't have any great, consistent spots for greys, but I checked spots where I've found them before and didn't have any luck. I think I'm going to wait for some rain before I go out again.
My wife found 24 grays and 4 yellows Tuesday the 10th. All were very small and fresh. Found in a spot that we had checked on Sunday and weren't up yet.
Found the first one today. Leavenworth County. I went and looked around a generous elm stump that I check every year. As soon as I saw this little guy, I backed out. I really don't want to be stepping on them before I can even see them!
Its on for Ya now Catscratch! Pick bags full & thanks for reporting!
J12goose G'Luck w/that stump..hope theres 200 roun' it next visit!
Ok, the greys are definitely up in NE Kansas. I found a handful yesterday and saw pictures of some decent hauls.
Is the cold weather gonna effect the mushrooms or would it be worth going out tomorrow and looking?
I'm in northeast kansas
I'm not sure if the cool weather will slow the mushrooms down or not. It wouldn't hurt to get out and look, especially while the ticks won't be quite as active. I do think that it'll be better hunting next week though.
Which part of NE? Hunted near Mayetta yesterday in a known hot spot, nadda.
I’m near Lawrence. A friend of mine sent a photo of a decent sized yellow that she found in the area, on a creek bank.
Found exactly 100 yesterday. Cowley county. Lots of big grays and some smaller yellows.