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Discussion in 'Georgia' started by pastorj, Feb 20, 2019.
Few I've been finding in Butts/Newton counties.
Georgia? What County?
Look up "Morel Hunting in Georgia 2019", posted by Zach Byrd. It won't let me copy the link at work for some reason. He's in northern Georgia, very informative film from the last couple of weeks.
Saw it on Facebook sir... Yesterday in Clarke and today in Franklin!
I moved here last year in may from Central Indiana. Excited to know we have Morels here in Georgia. I know in Indy they say the grow around dead Elms. Same rules here in the south? And any find in Douglas county yet? I will be looking tomorrow and will post if I find any
Get above the fall line and stay near streams.. I'm in from Illinois for vacation... Found a few, maybe a lb... But they're here, I'm just outta time.. it was real good fun and a good workout too lol
North of Atlanta this morning. Cobb and Cherokee county area.
Found one right next to the house today while raking.
They are *hard* to find in GA.
They where just co.i g in good where I hunt them at in Atl.
Has anyone found any in the cobb area yet this year?
Yes I did
yes have been finding them in Cobb for about 2 1/2 -3 weeks now. They are everywhere and even found some new spots this year.
North Fulton/ South Cherokee
What part of butts
Was on the Georgia board seeing how the season was going and saw your post. I grew up in Eminence and live near Monrovia now. I hunt Morgan/Monroe just south of Martinsville. Looks like the season down south is off and running. We've had a couple of reports of small ones in the southern part of the state.
All over just gotta find the right conditions. Look around tulip trees in creek bottoms. Seems a bit over here honestly. Going to try north of atlanta tomorrow.
Yes the season for you guys should be kicking off anytime and run through mid May if I recall correctly. It has been at least 20 years since I last hunted Morgan/Monroe forestry. Good luck this year and great pic of your Buck.