The ones that I found yesterday weren't in the typical type of terrain where you would expect to find them. Everyone says to check creek beds and river bottoms, but the ones I found were on top of a hill on the edge of a clearing. I think the crazy weather we've had recently is playing hell with where they're growing. One of the big things to consider is that you're not the only one who is out looking for them. If you're hunting in public parks, there's a good chance someone (or something) has beaten you to them. Just as we love to eat them, so do deer. They're out there, and even though they're off to a bit of a late start, the season is definitely in full swing.