Morel mushrooms

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All this rain and humid weather lately brought them out .

This is a false morel...dang it
 

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Actually my dog found them as i was clearing brush along my creek yesterday...been so damn hot and humid they spouted up,also found young button ( puff ball ball mushrooms) once i started looking.
 


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I see in the above article you can buy them on Amazon. Has anyone bought or tried any of them from there?
 

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If they are dried from a reputable company I'm sure they are real, but ya never know I guess.
 


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Most years us hillbillies are a couple weeks later than the banana belt. I see people comment about watching for the Lilacs to bloom, ours have little buds that look like this pic but roughly 50% of them turning purple. Does this seem normal for other areas of the state ?



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Lilacs in full bloom are too late imo. Yours look perfect.

First major flush of dandelions is surest indicator IMO.

Lilacs in full bloom means nearing the end. Big morels (Mongos) but less of them and they crumble easier.
 

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Can someone mail me just 2 please. I've never experienced this
No problem. PM me the address and I’ll send some dried with instructions.

If you’re in Devils Lake area it’s for sure prime time up there weatherwise.

And although I’ve never foraged there, the trembling aspens growing in sand/gravel combo look ideal. I think about it every time I go fishing there, especially that drive down to dead cow bay. They’re there - I’d bet $$$ on it.
 




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