Checked ridge tops and bottoms near Dodgeville yesterday...nothing popping yet in some great looking spots. Last nights rain with this warm up should get them going.
They were definitely not turds they all had a stem that was attached to the ground
Ducks, those do look like turds!
The first time my dad and I went to Alaska, we took one day off of fishing to do some sea kayaking and hiking on Afognak Island. While we were hiking, the outfitter found a morel. He was pretty fired up about it. That got my dad into search mode. About ten minutes later he shouts, "I found one!" He comes running up to the outfitter and I with a dried grizzly turd. I still tease him about that one.
Haven't found squat here in Waukesha County, although with these freezing temps every night I haven't had much desire to look much.
Those half free's or dog peckers as we call them are not worth trying to cook, but if you dehydrate them and add to stews or whatever they are very good and add a lot of flavor. I dehydrate them and any pieces or not great looking morels for off season use.
Good Pickins Esox!
Strange looking stuff.
Right....not sure what the heck that is. Poop-e clinger from something. Lol
Mrs and i found about a dozen this past weekend and a handful of wild asparagus. Morell found were along water edges. Other hot spots seemed a bit dry. LaCrosse county
Ducks Forever i cant tell you what that is but it isnt a morel.