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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 03-31-2014, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Ramps usually pop out about mid-April around here. Anybody find any yet? They are usually guaranteed to be out by the time trout season rolls around in 2 weeks but who's to say considering this winter we had and the couple of inches of snow that fell here yesterday.

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Man, I like me some ramps! But dang if they don't make your breath stink! Better get a new toothbrush and some mouthwash before I go pickin...
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I've never had much luck finding them. I've got the morels covered but the ramps always seem to elude me. Do most of my hunting in Washington County.

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Where (what type of woods) does one usually find ramps? My uncle always use to buy them at this time of year, but we never went looking for them. I'm in 2B and 2C, it varies lol.

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Where (what type of woods) does one usually find ramps? My uncle always use to buy them at this time of year, but we never went looking for them. I'm in 2B and 2C, it varies lol.
Most of what I find are in the hardwoods around maple and cherry. I replanted some by my house in the crabapples and they seem to be doing great! I just looked this afternoon, no sign of them yet.

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Does anyone have pics of them? Don't think I have ever seen them. I know they eat a lot of them in the south.
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Around here we call them Leeks, but same thing...



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What kind of pistol is that?

This thread piqued my interest yesterday and I used the old interweb to research ramps. I came across an annual ramp festival that takes place right near the PA/WV border by 79 during the third week of April. Has anyone attended this in the past... I'm interested in going.

There's also another ramp festival up in north PA.
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The Westline Inn has an annual Leek Festival I believe in May sometime. Not exactly sure on the date but it's usually a good time..

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