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Morel Hunting in Contra Costa County?

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I was thinking about doing a little morel hunting in contra costa area, Has anyone out here had any luck before? Are the contra lloma and Mt diablo areas good for morels?
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The Lamorinda area used to be the second-largest pear growing region in the world and there remain a lot of ancient pear orchards in various places, including at the base of the Lafayette Reservoir, over in Moraga across from the fire station on Moraga Way, and, still active on private land, North of Briones Park. I have looked for morels in some of those places with never any luck. But I bet they do come out at times.
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