St. Clair County

Discussion in 'Illinois' started by jut10, Apr 1, 2015.

  1. sustainable forager

    sustainable forager Morel Connoisseur

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    its going to be cool still for some time with night time temps dipping in the 30s and daytime temps not really all that warm...im thinking its going to take some time for them to get big
     
  2. mbrady

    mbrady Morel Enthusiast

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    I'm going to start looking this weekend in north St. Clair. I'll post on here as soon as I find something good. I have a few spots that always produce so I can easily check every day.
     

  3. tank79

    tank79 Morel Enthusiast

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    I live in Madison county and found about 30 on the 5th. Blacks,very small greys and about 8 yellows. Left the greys and and yellows to grow. Got a nice rain yesterday but will pick them before the predicted freeze this Friday!
     
  4. mbrady

    mbrady Morel Enthusiast

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    Been checking the last couple days. I'd say now is the time to get picking. I picked about a pound after work today very nice size greys. Way more than last few years at this spot.. I'm hoping for a good year.
     
  5. david brent

    david brent Morel Enthusiast

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    They are up and this weekend is the one !been so cool they are growing so rapidly with the warm temps the ones I am finding are trying to get so big so fast they are like top heavy and rolling over,I f you have not gone yet, this weekend almost 80 sat and sun, it does not get any better https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1721941488018981&set=a.1378172775729189.1073741836.100006094382163&type=3&theater
     
  6. david brent

    david brent Morel Enthusiast

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  7. Gr8fuldad

    Gr8fuldad Young Morel

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    Any interest in starting this thread up again this coming season?
     
  8. Gr8fuldad

    Gr8fuldad Young Morel

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    I live in Belleville, but never really have any luck in the public parks.