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Discussion in 'Ohio' started by jim33, Mar 28, 2018.
I think the strange one you found is a false morel possibly!
Anyone having luck in Butler County? Looked in Liberty and Madison Twp multiple times and have only seen a few snakeheads.
Franklin County - Central OH
Last time out I saw numerous "stubs" of Dryad Saddles/pheasant backs just starting to grow. I been thinking I'll bring some tender young ones home to cook, here in the next several weeks.
I have been scouring all over Liberty and Madison Twp in Butler and haven't seen anything but a few snakeheads.
One in each hand! Got to b a double fister for that one!!!
Being mildly retarded . . . I can only drink one beer at a time!! Ha.
Finally struck gold. Anyone know if these are edible. Hahaha j/k hope everyone has good luck
Found today in morrow county near cardington. Fresh Grey's around dead standing Ash.
Found about 30 today in Toledo. Here is a pic of a few of them. Early but they are out!
Lol make sure ur eating the right SHROOM'S!!! Lol
Good haul today at one of my reliable yellow spots here in butler county. that rain was exactly what we needed. Hoping this next line of storms pops up another round of them. Will definitely be back in the woods come Monday.
I found 27 today in NE Ohio
Went to Champaign county today found a few yellows dryed up the normal spots are not producing YET hopefully this rain gets them popping
That is a false morel! Do not eat it!
Found a few today in Clark county.Hopefully this rain will bring some more.
Just saw the j/k when I quoted you, but hell yeah!
100% not a false Morel. Just grew funky. Maybe the picture isn’t the best...
Did you guys get good rain down that way today? None at all at my house today unfortunately.
I found a few large yellows yesterday east of Columbus, all around dead elm
Got about a 1/4 of an inch hopefully it gets them popping