Experience has shown me that morel mushroom hunting involves no less than three general factors.
Like a first-time bowler who bowls a 200 game, some people find morel mushroom honey holes without even trying.
This is a somewhat more predictable factor. Without proper awareness of habitat, timing, and tree associations, a successful morel hunt will be impaired.
Any inveterate morel hunter will tell you that leg work is essential. In order to consistently find, one must fearlessly seek.
During a recent excursion in the woods, I found several morels near elms and tulip poplars. Instead of harvesting every mushroom and calling it a day, I decided to film a video and analyze the specific factors involved in finding such a bounty.
The following analysis parallels the specific points mentioned in the previous video (“6 Reasons You Can’t Find Morels”) in order to help you better locate these elusive fungi.