Just curious I know we all live in different parts of the state but,tell us when you head out.
Im in Johnson County I usually start end of March the blacks are here then or just starting pending weather.
I went out Thurs around Johnson county, and nothing at all, and went to one of my good spots in Brown county that is usually starting early and nothing...still have some time to wait...looks like this weeks temps are going to be better, high and mid 40s overnight, so we are close to the 50s...possible rain SUN and we have a few days suppose to be in the 60s
A lot can happen in a month, but all things considered....For Clark County, I would plan for the earlier of the two. The Gobblers will be hot & heavy with this late year and Shrooms will be on fire but tapering off. If your prepared to head North if you have too, then either date.
Take an immersion thermometer, stick it in the ground. If it's 53+... start lookin'! I have a stump outside my window that produces falsies. I usually use that as a gauge. Anyway, I agree with the above statements. If I were a betting man, I'd say S. Ind will have blacks in the next couple days, and central Indiana should be hitting by late next week.
Thanks guys. That's kind of what I was thinking but wanted some confirmation. So I'm taking off the earlier week. Hopefully we'll start getting some good reports this weekend or early next week. The weather forecast is looking really good.
Heading out tomorrow morning April 6th. Warrick County here in southern part. Will be back to let ya know. I went out in between the weather drop we had, didnt find anything. Was doing a little turkey scouting as well. Be nice to maybe find some presents during the hunts this year good luck to everyone and remember a bad day of mushroom hunting beats a good day at work
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