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Discussion in 'Indiana' started by jsmith, Apr 30, 2013.
All from wabash county
Anyone finding some in wabash county?
I went last night but didn't find anything. But i ran into 2 guys that had some real small ones maybe an inch to an inch and a half. Not very big at all! the ground is right for em as long as we can keep some warm weather around they will be poppin.
Went out to the state park today and only found one small spike, but talk to some guys that had found some small grays. Ill be back at it tomorrow
Found 22 grays today, it's time!!!
I went to same state park monday..nothing. Good job!! Hope I find some too!!
I was at the salamonie reservoir today spend 6 hours found 11 small grays. Father in law walked at his door in town and found 8 of them. 4" to 6". Heading to Huntington county tomorrow
Went out along the EEL River this evening...found 2 small grays and 1 small yellow...all around dead elms. Its just starting.. "Keep hunting my friends"
Found 7 blacks and 4 fresh grays 1 1/2 -3" Start doing the rain dance and hunt on!
found 100 to the east of you guys went back to the same spots and pick another 26 found a slew of yellows not that big 2 inches max some were 3 but i did find some 5 inch grays..
that will be to the west of ya's my bad..
Went out to a different woods today, and found nothing some places are good and some places are not. KEEP LOOKING!!!!!!!!
FINALLY! Found 16 morels yesterday, May 9, in northern Wabash County, near N. Manchester. Mostly greys, some yellows. Smallish--sizes ranged from 2.5--5 inches. All found within 3 feet of the base of 2 different dying elms. The most productive tree was newly dying last year, when it produced 35-40. Yesterday, I found 14 of the 16 near this tree. The other tree is pretty close to being a barkless, dead skeleton--surprising that it is still producing at all. It has produced 2-3 morels for each of the past 3 years, which is unusual in my experience. I usually find dozens the first year the tree starts losing bark and shows no leafbudding, then maybe 3-6 the next year and then typically none.
Other trees in the same forest, similar conditions had 0 morels. Always so mysterious why one produces and another that looks equivalent in every way does not.
Found 16 beautiful, large (4.5-6 inches tall and about 3 inches in diameter) yellow morels on Sat. May 11 in northern Wabash County (N. Manchester area). All under a newly dying elm (leafless but not yet shedding its bark) on a north-facing slope. Went back last night and found one more under the same tree. It appeared fresh--don't think I overlooked it on Saturday, though possible it was smaller then and hidden under leaves.
It's almost time about 1-2 more weeks!!!!
@Fro!!??? You really think so?? I was thinking at least May...
Oh yeah I would say in 2 weeks or less, it's getting it warm for nothing to start happening
I found 11 small blacks this morning in Grant County.. The yellows should start popping any day now..
Where's the pics to prove it? The ground doesn't even look close around here.