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Manitoba Morel's & more...

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Yesterday I invited a good friend in search of a few Morel's in a loation that I have always kept to myself. We never set any new records for success, but we had a great time walking through the bush anyway. Besides the bush offers much more than a few old mushrooms anyway!

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We're heading back later this afternoon...who knows what we'll find!

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Those are some great finds Stu. Pretty cool looking shrooms and that big ol' buck head, well that's pure gold!

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Stu, your Canadian deer are different from Minnesota deer. Here, they only shed their antlers but up there they shed their whole skull. They must look funny before it grows back.

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Be careful with that top one from that angle it actually appears to be a false morel. I say that from where the cap attaches to the stem.

I duno, we piled into a mess of them last night served up with some fine Manitoba beef and I feel like a million this morning!

I'll check with gatorhunter to see if his crew had any ill effects...

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Yeah, it would be nearly impossible to tell from a photo, but the "half-free" morels and "thimble caps" are very similar, and "thimble caps" can cause an upset stomach in some folks.

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