Nope, I have taken Oysters while scouting out morel area's, and lion's main.Anyone get into looking for Enoki?
I’m going to search a few spots in south central Ohio on monday I will be about two weeks earlier than I have found themLooks like ground temperatures in Ohio hit in the high 40s yesterday. Haven’t had rain in a long time though prior to last night. Anyone think maybe after last night’s rainfall we might see a morel pop up?
What type terrain are you hunting? Im mostly in deep ravine type areas, old age timber, good amount of tulip trees, but other hardwoods mixed in as well, hillsides of almost pure tulips trees don't produce well for me, for whatever reason. Hunt the cool side of the hills, look up high, they'll come up there first and produce lower as the season progresses and temps are right lower down the slope. I have hillsides that I've been picking for 15 years, some years better than others depending on the weather, but they are there every year...it's been my experience that if you can locate a good patch of blacks you'll find other varieties there as well, blacks are very picky, if they'll grow there, so will others.So what type of habitat do you guys find blacks in. I have yet to find one. I pushed hard last yr when they popped and never found a single one. Clearly i'm looking in the wrong area's, cause I killed the grays and yellows. I'm in North Central OH.