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yummy morels

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Picture of my Dad, my daughter Jaden and I! about to enjoy some yummy grays!!morelmushrooms003.jpg

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mmmmm, morels aahhhhgggg tongue.gif

what, no kenseth hat for jaden? cool.gif

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any help on where abouts to find some. just general areas?? I'm new to the area and haven't had a lick of luck.

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I had my first morels ever this past weekend and they are great. The ones I had were fried in butter and OMG they were tasty!

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Tyler, that is the best way and the only way to eat a morel! mm mm mm!

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mmmmm, morels aahhhhgggg
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what, no kenseth hat for jaden?
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lol, i am working on that! cool.gif

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    • JerkinLips
      Cliff - why do they quit taking spawn when they haven't filled up to capacity, and the spawn is still active?  Years ago my dad was convinced that the DNR took adult walleyes out of Vermilion and transferred them to other lakes; do you think that ever occurred?  The hatchery is beneficial to Vermilion and other lakes, but why do they plant fry in lakes where they have no chance of reproducing?  Aren't there enough lakes where they can reproduce to some extent to plant them in?
    • TNtoMN_HuntFish
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    • eyeguy 54
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    • Cliff Wagenbach
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    • Wheres_Walter
      Assuming the ratios given to Cliff by the hatchery are accurate, then:   With Hatchery:  708 quarts X 100,000 eggs is 70,800,000 eggs.  Survival rate is (low end) 75%, so total fry is 53,100,000.  If 10% go back into Vermilion, that's net +5,310,000 new fry this year.   Natural reproduction:  70,800,000 eggs at 3% (high end) survival rate would be net +2,124,000 for vermilion this year.   5,310,000/2,124,000 is 2.5X the walleye fry in vermilion this year compared to natural reproduction.   I'd take a 250% return on pretty much anything!     Ancillary benefit is +47,790,000 fry to other MN waters.     I'm sure there's a downside, but I can't see it.