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Discussion in 'Kansas' started by Scrawny, Apr 2, 2019.
Were are all the strip pitt dump hunters at
tried it one year, stayed at big brutus, neat place, too dry that year, 2017 i think, found nothing but snakes, doubt i;ll ever go back
What is that?
Lol ya it's snakey around here. But lots and lots of morels if you know were to look.
In extreme sek is the only place in United States with thousands of acres of public land that was strip mined for coal years ago. Google "big brutus"
Not the only place. In fact there’s one in my state that is 4+ times the size of big Brutus but you are right that old strip mines are a great place for morels!
A bigger shovel or more mined laned? You have struck my curiosity bone
i know more land and believe a bigger shovel as well. It is over 63000 acres of public hunting fishing etc.
Yes it is the worlds largest bucket.
Google big Muskie bucket
Ya we only have 14500 acres.
Got to be tough to scramble in the pits.
Went out today for bout a hour found a few
Went out for bout a hour today
beautiful area, lots of access, looked very shroomy, but like i said , it was very dry that year, and i have come to the conclusion my time is better spent where i know the area better, and besides i just hate them black snakes hanging from trees and i live in AZ and have bird dogs, so i see plenty of rattle snakes, but shroom season is my time away from them
Huntergatherer the pits kicked my butt last time I was there to. Never saw any snakes though. I agree on knowing an area really helps, and the pits are really confusing.
How’d you do???
Any current report from the pits or SEK in general?