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In my area the soil temps just reached 53 degrees on Monday. Therefore come the weekend we should be seeing some popping on the sunnier facing locations Generally Greys first, followed by blacks, then yellows.

My first spots to produce are generally Tulips bordering cedar groves or Willow Oaks near moister dark soil areas. If the soil is red, orange, brown or hard pack, look elsewhere.

I'll keep everyone updated on this years finds.

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I started checking last weekend (already got poison ivy, doh) but in a spot I've never had luck in before. The may apples were just unfolding.
The land seems prime habitat for morels, but the entire wood patch is fraught with sweetgum balls so I tend to feel half blind and half crazy after an hour of hunting.
I have a couple other spots that are a little more fruitful, but lone star ticks drove me out of there last year.
 

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Found a lb. or so the past 5 times out but hit it pretty good yesterday, about 1 1/2 lbs. of avg. to large blacks. Can't wait for tomorrow...HAPPY HUNTN!!!
 
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