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I know this is on the hunting forum, but just curious if anyone else is finding them in this area. I went out yesterday and knabbed about 30 or 40 in one spot, seems like they are just getting going around here, they did taste good though with the fresh walleye that I brought back from Iowa, just wanting to see if anyone else is finding any yet, mixture of grey and yellow, which i thought was strange, normally the greys come first but this year it seemed as if it were 50/50

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I found some on sat. pm, about 1/3 a grocery bag. alot were real small and left alot behind to get bigger. then i hear that they will dry up if you let them grow too long. how long is too long?

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How do those Iowa walleyes taste? smile.gif

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Oh they were good, can't quite say that there as good as a true mn eye, but definately good, especially with the morels, I will say though that getting out the week before has taken a little of the enthusiasm out for the upcoming weekend, even though I only caught a couple, I'm still kicking myself for not hitting that windy shoreline harder and pitching the jigs to them, instead of drifting in the morning, I know they were in there should have spent a little more time on them, oh well that's reserved for next year,

As far as the Morels go, I wouldn't wait to long, sometimes the greys only get an inch or two, the yellows will get bigger, but if i see a grey i usually grab it that day, ive seen greys and yellows that were all dried out or the bugs got to them before i did, so even though it's nice to have them get a little bigger, it doesnt take much for them to go bad either. This rain should really help out.

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4 guys 75 shrooms in 2 hours. Had to look under stuff to find them. Good Luck. Monday should be a better day to hunt.

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2 48 quart coolers full yesterday. We got sick of pickin. To bad i get sick from them. U sure can make alot of friends with morels. grin.gif

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Sheephead, you know where I live.

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Bet he knows where I live too. grin.gifshocked.gifshocked.gif

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I will see what i can do!!!!!

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