Konasdad, I agree with Randy. Get those crowns dug up now, and move them. Asparagus are very early to send up their shoots, and I think that you must move them before the come out of the dormant stage, which I would venture would be around early March.
When you did them up, dig up a good part of the earth ball around them. Make sure that the little stems are not all in a ball.
Asparagus has what you call crowns, which is a central bud (we'll call it that) that has many little "legs" that come out from it. These legs should not be curled around or anything. When you take them out of the ground with the earth, gently separate the "legs" (can't think of a better description of the part of the root) and have them kind of dangling down, looking somewhat like an octopus. Then place these crowns on the earth (can you get a bed that is about at least one foot deep? They love to be deeply planted). Spread the little roots out so they look nice and tidy, this will allow them to grow properly, they will not be all bunched up. Cover them up with some nice soil. Then mulch the heck out of them. Lots of compost even if you can, they love to be fed and watered well.
A key to growing excellent and wonderful huge, tender, yummy spears is mulch, mulch, feed, feed (organic of course) and mulch some more, water, water, mulching. YOu will have beauties that will make your head swim. Enjoy the loveliness of one of the first of the spring edibles!!!! Good luck. Any more questions, post them, Ann and I both grow great asparagus, she is a walking book of knowledge, you have probably figured that out by her posts, yeah, Ann, go, girl, go.....Have a beautiful day and greatest of life. Cindi