MORELS 2018

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. jpv1125

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    That is the best pizza I’ve ever seen.
     
  2. Jeff2554

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    I think some elm mixed in but not the host in this area. This was 1 of 4 known spots without focusing on elm or ash.
     

  3. jpv1125

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    Went out to day picked 46. And left some for the next person who was out so they could also enjoy the GREAT MORELS. 5F4010EF-3475-4FA4-B4D4-F9844F8F83FB.jpeg 6B414833-5FC1-43C1-AAC8-FE9ED80A9C5C.jpeg 6B414833-5FC1-43C1-AAC8-FE9ED80A9C5C.jpeg
     
  4. Jeff2554

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    Only 1 of the 4 produced so far this year. Kinda odd
     
  5. jpv1125

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  6. trahn008

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    Please post your picture finds over on PA MORELS 2018 FINDS. It's kind of confusing but trying to let the Morels 2018 for morel chit chat. Thanks
     
  7. redtop

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    My o my does that look delicious,You making my mouth water! Two things I love is pizza and morels not
    Exactly in that order.
     
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  8. beagleboy

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    One of my Mifflin co. spots IMG_3443.JPG IMG_3444.JPG
     
  9. Jamesh

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    Do you hunt around Jacks mountain, in the big valley?
     
  10. beagleboy

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    I have a couple of spots there
     
  11. beagleboy

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    trahn this is the same fungi in 208. I took the picture this morning, any ideas. It looks like it is putting brown spores out. IMG_3470.JPG
     
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  12. trahn008

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    Beagle, could have been the start of an artist conk that never formed. Is it on poplar?
     
  13. jpv1125

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    BFA6E3B2-6421-4B61-8B80-2D9A57324478.jpeg I went out today to check a new spot on rt910 and I found a walking stick that looked pretty nice so if there are morels there I’ll never know. Here’s a pick If it’s yours you’ll know where you left it.
     
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  14. beagleboy

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    No its on dead white ash, if you go back to segment 208 in this thread that's what it looked like on tues.
     
  15. stasiakj

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    Anyone in the northwest corner counties of PA? I'm thinking of taking a roadtrip for a day and hit some woods. Are you still finding them?
     
  16. beagleboy

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    In my area the emerald ash borer killed all the ash about 6yrs ago. I have noticed that there are ash saplings coming up this year. Did anyone else notice in their area. Are the borers still around or did they die out with the ash.
     
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  17. Jeff Donahue

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    Yes I have found plenty of ash seedling this year
     
  18. Nuggetman

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    Mercer co. Still finding them they were late
     
  19. Inthewild

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    @guff76 you may recall our conversation on losing a stick. Anybody finding Morel clubs (#7 iron)? I think NOT!
     
  20. guff76

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    Lol nope I think I use the #3 or#4 iron it hard to lose them cause they shinny. They are good for marking a spot so you can come back to that spot
     
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