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Not yet,I am hoping for a great season since last year was almost nill here in the KC region due to the drought.I found my first of the few last year on june the 11th :) So you are right....a few weeks to go....!!!!!!!
 

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I'm with you KC! That seems to be the case with morels this year, so other shrooms should be plentiful! Last summer was practically fungus-free around here! I found a few purple russulas a few days ago, so they're all definitely eager to pop out ;)
 

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Hey Veronica,that first place you mentioned sounds familiar,lol.Your hunting grounds are way south of me,however I will keep an eye out when I am down in the Stockton Lake region next week....Crappie with sauteed Chants sounds pretty dang good :)
 

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I've been to some campgrounds around Stockton Lake in the summertime, and it's easy walking through the woods for the most part. A good field guide might come in handy , because you never know what might pop up in those woods. It couldn't hurt for sure.
Some Craterellus might be up!!
Good luck!!
 

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So I'm new to this, but very excited to try and find some Chanterelles for the first time. Are they as illusive as morels? I understand they like moist, steamy weather. Do they prefer a certain tree type like morels seem to? I'm in the St. Louis area and any help would be much appreciated! I've never seen one in real life before and I'm hoping to have a little better luck than I did this year finding morels. (Many days in the woods, total for the season 12 morels.)
 

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Thanks veronica :) and good luck to you!!! Mushroomsarah there are alot of Chanterelles in the Stl. Louis region....I can see the frustration on you face,lol. Go to your local state and city parks and look by streams in hardwood/oak forest for Chanterelles,they are yellow and don't have true gills.Look at several examples and make sure you have the right mushrooms with the ridges that run down the stem a little ways.The season hasn't started yet so check the boards to see when they start flushing in your area :)
 
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