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« on: May 07, 2009, 09:06:27 pm »
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Hello everyone. I went 'shroomin last Friday and came home  with about 60 morels.Today a friend and I hit the woods and filled a 5 gallon bucket to within 3 inches from the top.We weighed them and they were a little over 12 pounds.We called around,and  The fancy resturaunts around here are paying $15 -$20 per pound. Now comes the dilema either eat like kings,or make some cash.I think we're gonna sell half and keep the rest for eatin'.It did cost me though,I pulled 2 ticks outa my hide this evening.Gonna hit the woods hard this weekend, because the season will be over before too long. Frank T.

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« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2009, 09:31:54 pm »
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Wow, that is a lot more morels.  I have never found close to that amount.  I think I'm going to make a good sweep this weekend before the season ends.  I would love to find that much, then sell it.  Do you know which was your biggest you found?

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Hello Junkmagnet.The largest of the late (I call them "yellows") morels I've been finding are about the size of a 12 ounce soda can. Last year ,which was exceptional,I found some huge yellow ones that would dwarf a soda can.This evening my one son and I made a 2 hour hunt and ended up with approx. 2 pounds a piece.If you go looking key on Old apple orchards and dead Elm trees,in meadow type areas.My wife, 3 sons and I Feasted on about 3 pounds morels this evening,cooked with some thin sliced steak.Good luck to you,I hope you fill a hefty bag full. Frank T. What state are you from?

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