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IowaDuckHunter
 April 16 2017 08:47AM (Read 10141 times)  
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Got out yesterday for a little bit and found a nice mess of grey mushrooms. Central Iowa


 
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Tin Roof
 April 16 2017 09:39AM  
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A few friends of ours found some greys yesterday. NE Iowa.


 
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 April 16 2017 10:38AM  
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I will stop by after church to pick up my half


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 April 16 2017 03:37PM  
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Max if I get a big bunch I will call you


 
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 April 16 2017 07:31PM  
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Found 3 yellows and seen this guy close


 
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Scott791
 April 17 2017 09:13AM  
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Found a few greys and 6 yellows southern iowa


 
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 April 18 2017 01:05PM  
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1 yellow 20 greys, quad cities


 
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 April 18 2017 04:03PM  
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My neighbor found a lone grey growing in his Peonies that are popping up on Sunday.


 
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 April 19 2017 12:26PM  
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Pickin n grinnin here in Wapello county, big greys fazing into big yellows, been eating them for a few days, but yet we search on Cool


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 April 20 2017 08:20AM  
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I found 5 greys while taking a mid day break from turkey hunting yesterday, Johnson County.


 
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 April 20 2017 07:02PM  


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 April 21 2017 10:16PM  


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Found a pound of yellows in Jasper yesterday.


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 April 23 2017 10:26PM  
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Had a pretty productive afternoon in Henry County. One grocery bag, one beach tote bag, and finally my hat once out of room and hands. Only a handful of greys.


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 April 24 2017 12:56PM  
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Had a pretty productive afternoon in Henry County. One grocery bag, one beach tote bag, and finally my hat once out of room and hands. Only a handful of greys.



Very nice!

Here in the DM area they are still fairly sparse, few and far between for the most part, or at least were on Saturday. Mid-wwwk they will be everywhere based on the spots I did find them though. There are some folks finding quite a few, but not many folks.

The kicker for me....spent about 3 hours hunting on Saturday and found around 20. While driving home through the middle of DM, I saw a lady and a couple small kids come out of a patch of woods in the middle of a city block with a freaking garbage bag full!! Right in the middle of the city.


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 April 25 2017 10:08AM  
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Found 4 yellows today in about an hour of looking. Pretty dry where i am so a good rain should bring them out. Hopefully!


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 April 25 2017 08:10PM  
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My late areas are starting to produce small greys here in central iowa. I have picked everything from 1/2" tall to 3-4" tall yellows this year, but few and far between at best. This cool wet weather coming on should keep the season going for sure


 
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 April 26 2017 09:14AM  
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Looks like be picking shrooms in the rain this weekend


 
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 April 26 2017 09:21AM  
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Sold 12 lbs in Ia City Sunday. Lots of em out there but had to pay the price getting cut up in multiflower roses.


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 April 26 2017 01:24PM  
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sure aint finding many around the areas i go near CR.


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 April 26 2017 01:28PM  
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Had a pretty productive afternoon in Henry County. One grocery bag, one beach tote bag, and finally my hat once out of room and hands. Only a handful of greys.

Nice haul, Speng! How do you guys keep the dang ticks at bay? My tick to morel ratio is 2 to 1 at the moment! Confused Angry


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