I know there is another thread about Morel Mushrooms, so if this thread gets pulled I'll understand. My area that I mushroom hunt is along the Missouri River which had major, major flooding last summer from June through August.
I was able to bowhunt this area last fall as the water had receeded by that time. The trees had water marks on them 4 to 5 feet high. The timbered area had changed dramatically, downed trees were pushed into piles from the current, sandbars were created hundreds of yards away from the river, just an over-all change in landscape. So my question is, do you think this type of change in the environment will have wiped out any mushrooms that may have come up this year?
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