PA MOREL FINDS 2020

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, Mar 22, 2020.

  1. redtop

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  2. redtop

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    Never seen one like that! That's a good luck charm.
     

  3. DanCB

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    I agree. Last week we found some big end of season morels in Lehigh/Northampton but also lots of regular yellows. I'll be going out tomorrow or Wednesday because the ground temp is still within range but that will surely change next week.
     
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  4. Bgadal

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    This was my first year ever searching for Morels! These forums have been amazing (thank you to everyone!!!) after my fifth time searching this year, I FINALLY found some!!!! I was like a kid on Christmas morning!!!! Northampton county :)
     

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  5. SquirrelKing

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    44610499-A980-4D5D-B309-731D7F3497AA.jpeg 0758AE4B-804A-4CC7-8FE3-D1980AF11227.jpeg F4004409-AD2B-4ABA-874F-78D3494C3C06.jpeg 55C7F8DB-3634-4BB2-96D2-73D644E4B0F0.jpeg Checked a few well shaded spots this afternoon. Came away with 5. Also almost hit this bear too , lol , because I was looking at my mushrooms instead of the road.
     
  6. beagleboy

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    I went to an area that should be good for oyster mushrooms. I didn't find any oysters but did find 6 morels which only 3 were usable. Also found this other thing (edible?). IMG_4312.JPG IMG_4313.JPG IMG_4315.JPG
     
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  9. shroomsearcher

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    That kind of mirrors my thinking. If I'm lucky enough to find more morels than I can use in the short term, I'll stick them in the dehydrator! If the ones in the wild are a little dry, just finish the process! They reconstitute readily in water, chicken stock, milk or cream.

    Good for you! I remember how I felt when I found my first ones!
     
  10. Catchmee

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    I think this might be my last haul for the season. Hard to find in the ground cover and getting past their prime. Left a few behind. These were all from Tulips. I hunted hard for these guys. Sad the season is over here :(
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  11. guff76

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    It'll be edible eventually lol
    @Inthewild look your not the only one who can walk up to those things n get a pic of it lol
     
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  12. Inthewild

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    @guff76 Cool pic huh. Love it. I did find this little buck earlier this year. Was EASY to walk up to it.
     

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  13. guff76

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    Only problem is I don't think that one will taste very good later on in it's life, maybe that's the new jerky deer I've been hearing of
     
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