Tenn./KY LBL 2019

Discussion in 'Tennessee' started by JerrySmith75, Mar 22, 2019.

  1. JerrySmith75

    JerrySmith75 Young Morel

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    1 yr searching and has been a bust so far. Anyone got any tips for the area or in general? I'm checking spots I think to be right but nothing.
     
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  2. Morel fanatic

    Morel fanatic Young Morel

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    I live in middle tn anf today is first day for me this year no luck yet but its time maybe a little early but look were there is dead vegetation and old dead trees and stumps I have always had luck on top of ridges ..good luck let me know if find any ..temps are right and should be up now or within the comeing weeks
     

  3. JerrySmith75

    JerrySmith75 Young Morel

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    Thanks would ya recommend low almost swampy woods? I'll be out this weekend and I'll let ya know
     
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    Morel fanatic Young Morel

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    You want places that get plenty of rain but not place that holds water so no swappy areas just places that get plenty rain but dont hold the water I have fount like 20 blacks its to early in season for the blonds and grays and if u see may apples then your in a good area but let me know how it goes it is in early season good luck
     
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  5. JerrySmith75

    JerrySmith75 Young Morel

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    Thanks good luck to you on the mission seek soak fry eat as well.
     
  6. judymoon

    judymoon Morel Enthusiast

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    It hasn’t hit north Alabama yet, they start from south move north and about! All about timing! Of course their is always the chance they’ll come to early- “they gonna do what they do”
     
  7. Thomas

    Thomas Morel Enthusiast

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    I will be up in Carroll county TN next week and will be searching the woods on the family farm. I may also head up around LBL or Natchez, I'll keep you posted if I find anything.