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Discussion in 'Iowa' started by tommyjosh, Oct 30, 2018.
This is the Iowa 2019 Morel Mushroom Season.
The early birds get the worms. Were just months away from the 2019 season and the heat wave is making me think i should go check a few honey holes "just in case" ;-P. Merry Christmas to all the morel hunters who help contribute to this site each spring.
What area of the state are you from.
Merry Christmas to you too.
From Wisconsin, home of the monster morels.
Well being how much this site is read, I am located below Minnesota, East of Nebraska. North of MO. West of Illinois ;-) Last year ( or earlier this year ) wasnt the best year, But i am thinking all this rain is going to make for a killer year this go around.
Not much longer now, about 120 days or so, perfect amount of time to get out scouting & finding new places. Good time to ask land owners for permission too, if you’re so inclined.
Agreed! 90-120 days and we will be in the woods! I always start walking when it warms up usually march, and that is when i scout, Too cold out now. Yes i need to find me some private land to hunt this year for a change. You hunt Public or Private land Old Elm?
Looks like the season started today in the Alabama area. Only 36 days from the earliest I've picked them delicious morels here in Mid- Central-ish Iowa. Won't be long folks!!
Lots be be a very wet year so far with all the snow.
You stirring around yet up there SW. Better get those legs ready to go.
You know i was just thinking the same thing, Looks like no wind on monday and 32 out, time for a trip through the forest with the boots and the pooch. Ill post pictures of my finds!
I was thinking that too back then and now on facebook i just saw a kid from. Ventin? Iowa. Near cedar rapids with morels already
Im so excited to not be on my last trimester of being pregnant this year when hunting!!! Any one else on here from around fort dodge?
Wont be long!
Almost makes you want to take a road trip Its been too long of a winter,
How's the flooding going along the mighty Missouri river? If the river bottoms flood are they toast for the season?
Well we’re up on the,
” Mighter Mississippi,” and generally speaking it our low spots are flooded longer than 7-10 days it not gonna happen & it’s best to move on up.
Correct me if I'm wrong.... But I read last year online that when its too wet the mushrooms "explode" cuz their cells r too saturated... So does that mean to look for drier spots this year?