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Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, Mar 22, 2020.
Nice yellow's Trahn!
Never seen one like that! That's a good luck charm.
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.
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
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.
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?).
That’s veal lol
That looks like an Upper Mount Bethel Township bear.
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!
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
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
@guff76 Cool pic huh. Love it. I did find this little buck earlier this year. Was EASY to walk up to it.
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