Hunting Techniques

Picnic table leaning against a tree


Setting up Camp


Tracking Bigfoot

User "1Greensix" couldn't have summed it up better -

"Before wasting your time looking for Bigfoot first learn to be a hunter.  If you are going to take the time to get ten miles beyond the nearest logging road then you'd better get there scent free.  Three weeks before the hunt begin drinking one and a half cups of lemon juice diluted in a half gallon of water, sweetened to your own taste.  This will eliminate all body odor in about 15 days.  Continue drinking all through the hunt.  Wash all your clothes three times without detergent.  Take no baths for two days before setting out.  Learn to be QUIET.  Do not talk out loud in camp and certainly not while on the hunt.  If hunting after dark, do not move about, talk, or appear taller than two feet high.  Hunker down, shut up, don't move, don't have a store-bought scent.  Take no food on the hunt.  Nothing.  Remember that you are trying to find a nocturnal, intelligent, extremely shy, highly mobile animal, not a human.  They have every sense that you have, and more, AND their senses are highly refined from an evolutionary standpoint.  If there is a Bigfoot out there it won't be hanging around where a bunch of morons are screaming into a microphone and yelling back and forth between groups of them.  The reason military snipers are so successful is because they blend in to the environment, state quiet, and don't move.  Bigfoot hunters need to do the same thing to be successful."


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  3. Here in Oregon they come to you if you just camp and make noise... Several sightings right near camp. Sneaking up on them like a sniper doesnt even work for snipers (no bodies yet) most sighting are from autos then hikers or campers my guess is that they see hunters year round target shooting then hunting in the fall and that is why they are so camo sniper/gun shy.

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