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May 07, 2011

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Will

There are plenty to be had in the Dishman Hills area.. found many in my own back-40

craig

Will, I've been looking there without any luck so far. Have you found any there this season?

Will

Yes, quite a few actually. Many more than I expect around, but not in the old burn area.

Dawn Workman

I have been looking in the old burn area off of indian trail with no luck. Do you have any suggestions where to look?

craig

Dawn,
I've been finding them under Ponderosas on moist green patches of earth at lower elevations on sloped hillsides around the Spokane Valley. Not much at Loon Lake, Twin Lakes, or Liberty Lake areas. Good luck.

craig

I was up there yesterday and they are there for the picking up high.

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