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crazyfishinut

hey nate larsen

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I have seen your name on the morel board. I saw where you said you found 30lbs on Quarry Hill. I was looking there the other day and didn't find squat. Looked on the south hill right south of the quarry and also along the river. Found nothing. you got mad morel skillz. Want to point a new guy in the right direction?

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Hey crazy...I saw the same post on the site you are talking about. That post was from a different Nate Larsen...he spells his last name with an e and it said he is from Stewartville. I have a hard time believing that he found 30 lbs at Quarry Hill. I think the guy is full of beans. I was out there today and found a half pound or so very dry ones. I am sure there are shrooms to be had out there but don't believe that he found that many. That place gets hit pretty hard all season and it has been so dry. We need rain!

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Nate,

You holding out on us???? blush.gif

Naw, just kidding. 30lbs is a huge find and I suppose "might" be possible on the perfect day, after the perfect conditions. I've still never seen one (well, haven't looked much either) so what do I know...

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