Pickwick Lake (Hardin County) Area

Discussion in 'Alabama' started by tnlakegirl73, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. tnlakegirl73

    tnlakegirl73 Morel Enthusiast

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    I am new at this type of hunting, I had to idea what these were until I moved here and saw people posting pics. Anyone that has time to fill me in on like The best time of year, best places to look? and what do you do with them? heard they are good to eat? but do people also buy from you? I know there are a TON in my area, in the woods, we have a natural year around creek ( spring) The Lake is off the Tennessee River as well.
    Thanks
    Kelly!
     
  2. tnlakegirl73

    tnlakegirl73 Morel Enthusiast

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    why does it say 1 voice?
     

  3. newtimmy

    newtimmy Morel Connoisseur

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    TNLake, if your in hardin co TN, it looks like your just north of muscle shoals AL.. If thats the case, the best time is late March thru mid April. Weather could be extreme and get a little outside that range either direction. But, most years that is your window. I hunt and find morels just south of Bham. I would look in creek and river bottoms eith ash and or american elm trees. We have hills/ small mtns around Bham and the hillsides have been was less fruitful than bottomlands. Main keys are timing and getting around ash and elm which will be more prevalent in the bottomlands. Good luck hunting..
     
  4. mushroom ron

    mushroom ron Young Morel

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    The 1 voice is you. It counts total replies and unique posters. It should be 3 voices now.