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Discussion in 'Missouri' started by themfdoc, Apr 24, 2013.
Updates for Southeast Missouri
I hunted Sunday and Tuesday and came up with about 4 dozen yellows. All found in the river bottoms.
found 10 yellows in dent county yesterday, south facing hillside under small live elms
I'm gonna try a new spot today. Hopefully I can find some more. I'm around cape girdeau and Bollinger counties.
Found 70 this morning. Took my wife, I think she might be my good luck charm!
Got 5 more this morning but I was pressed for time. Hopefully these next warm days will bring em back up
I've been picking like crazy this year.....Im from perry county
I have also. I quit counting but I've easily picked over 200!
Now I just need a big mess of catfish to go with all these morels.
Im heading to Montauk this weekend and was wondering if anyone is still finding anything down around that area.
I'm just north of there and I haven't found a fresh one for a few days.....
Good year though, over 150 just in my small creek bottom.
Talked to a guy yesterday that said he was still finding fresh ones.
I've never searched montauk - let me know if you have any luck!
If you don't find morels, at least you'll get some nice trout!
no shrooms anywhere around montauk! stay away!!!!
Dark star - we need to hang out! I am a deadhead, I'm a former '79 Westy bus owner, and a mushroom fanatic! I live just North of the Texas/Phelps county line. Maybe I'll see you at Montauk
yeah we should! we are pretty close, i live in dent county. glad to see a fellow head around!
anyway to private message on here?
Just got back from Montauk. No trout due to inexperience, but did find 4 morels about softball size. They were a couple days old and soaked from the rain. I still don't know how to add a picture to these posts, but will post one in the pictures section.
find those in the park?
Yes. South facing hill.
found a patch of about 20 fresh ones yesterday on a north facing hill. i also found at least 150 huge ones that were all way to far gone, they were all crumbly and some were collapsing on themselves. every one i found i crumbled in my hands and broadcasted in the area, i dunno if this really does anything but i can't wait to find out next year!
probably 1/3 of the bad mushrooms were on the north facing hill, the rest were on a south facing hill.
think it's about done here
You find those at Montauk?
not in the park...... a few miles downstream. had to put my waders on to get to them