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I have never hunted Morels, but have read that Elms, Ash, and old Apple orchards are good spots. I've also read that Tulip Poplars are good places to look. My sheephead hunting spots have quite a few Tulip Poplars along with the Oaks and was wondering if this area might be a good spot. Anybody have any thoughts on this?
 

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I hear Tulip Poplars are good producers but I never seen a Tulip Poplar in the woods I hunt. I guess they are more popular (pun intended) as you head south. It is a lovely tree, I know of several in yards, but never ran into one in the "wild". Check it out and let us know. Good luck and enjoy the hunt.
 

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I'm on the eastern shore of the big lake, within spitt'n distance and there are a lot of Tulip Poplars, I'll keep looking and report back.
 

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You hunt Geauga county, and I hunt Cayuga county! So far it's ticks 4 and Morels 0. Picked 4 off myself today, and no shrooms. Founds a gazillon ramps though. Oh well, I'll keep looking and if I don't find any I'll enjoy the ramps and count the days until the sheepheads are ready.
 
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