That pretty much describes the best areas to find any morels at. Half free black and yellow.
Soil temps are finally getting close! I hear you, I'm bout sick of this snow, too. 50° today and we're expecting more on Sunday. The itch for an early season is becoming unfathomable 😩😫I'm in southern MI sitting here watching the snow fall. I'm about sick of it. Got about 4 inches today. We have accumulated a lot since that ice storm a few weeks back.
@noskydaddy No problem man, don't mention it 😆 Aye, I coulda let a bit more time pass 'n it woulda been okay LOLThanks @Heaven Lentine BEtter late than never but it was ALMOST never! LMAO!!! Hope you have a great season. Be sure to post!
You right, you right. 🤷That pretty much describes the best areas to find any morels at. Half free black and yellow.
Would you rather us talk about black peckers?God it sounds so bad to say half free and blacks in a sentence🙄 We gotta do something about this or we are all going to get in trouble😝
Thanks so much for this. You rockCap'n Morel here. I've only found two sites in LaPorte County that consistently produce blacks. Both are slopes facing west and they're popp'n in late March, early April. Extremely weather dependent. Just need a little warmer, wetter weather.
Very nice.View attachment 46211 Finally got lucky in Cass County!
Big state park near mongo . Lots of ground to coveranyone can give me a spot for a 5th year on his own (rest was with my stepda) but I usually find 50-75 year. Looking for a spot in NE INDIANA, NW OHIO, or S. MICHIGAN… also have a few spots by prairie heights HS willing To Share.. -Opie Taylor