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Discussion in 'Kansas' started by alonzo, Apr 8, 2015.
bingo! several dozen yesterday. still fairly small but we are on the right track.
what county are you in still waiting here in crawford
Niece in Pittsburg area posted a photo to FB last night where she found a couple dozen yesterday between 2-3 inches tall.
crawford county! go get em! found them in several spots which is a great sign.
just got back found 41 little greys, all but 4 in the same flush, several twins. left a few that where to small. walked for over 2 hrs, it's going to be really good in a few days, still need some rain, believe it or not.these had just popped within the last couple days, was at the same spots Saturday. saw several reds, some just breaking the surface. not sure why, but this location is about 10 days later then normal. Guess soil temps. Oh well, doesn't matter, it's on!!!!
Been finding a few here and there since the 2nd. Just starting to see the signs of the big flush
looks like where going to miss this rain, think we could use a little, should be pretty good by the weekend, and real good by the next weekend.
Got plenty of rain here in Wilson county the last two days. I went on about a 2 mile look today and found two grays about 3 inches tall. Everything looked great except for the Morel part.
Has anyone been finding any morels in Sedgwick, Sumner, Barber counties?
Also Kingman or Harper counties?
what effect will this cold snap have? i'm thinking not to much ground temps will bounce back this afternoon, this weekend should be the start I'm hoping lol
Picked up 46 greys in Woodson county a couple of days ago. All were found around one cottonwood tree.
Found seven today...only hunted one small patch of elm and ash...the seven were around an ash.....first of the week and it ought to be on in the areas that have the moisture.
That moisture is disappearing fast to. Left some small ones for 4 days and have hardly grown. Guess soil temps aren't quite there. The frost didn't help
Found 2 blondes about 4" in Wichita today. Hoping they were just early poppers. The ground is bone dry. Still hoping we get rain very soon, and they will flush out. Ground temps are all ready getting way to high. Fingers crossed.
still need rain...badly, found another 30-40 today, but had to work real hard for them. Places that should produce were to dry. found several that where already drying out. If we can get a slow soaker, it should be great
U can tell when they start finding them because. Everybody goes silent report coming in from warsaw fri by 6 pm,he musta knocked it out the park cause hes silent,grounds dry,lets go to warsaw,lol
Found 54 nice ones today....3 to 4 inchers. They were all picked in two places I looked at Thursday and only found one in each spot then. Still have plenty of moisture here, but another rain wouldn't hurt anything....I still think by Monday it should be in full swing.
Went today here in Franklin Co 2 different spots than what I normally go, not a morel in sight. Rain keeps going around us & it's so very dry. From what I've heard on the news we're not expecting any rain soon. It's got me bummed out.
We have from a 30% to 70% chance of rain here from now through Tuesday. Been pretty lucky this year and got the rain when they called for it. When I was out today most places still had surface moisture but a little more sure couldn't hurt anything.