Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Tips on Finding a Bigfoot from a Seasoned Hunter

Edward Ovian is a seasoned hunter and a good friend of my family's. He was kind enough to write a short list of tips for finding Bigfoot for my blog. Here is the list in Ed's own words;

  • Stealth, keep your clothes, body, and equipment (as much as possible) scent free
  • Set up with wind in your face or crosswind with a natural barrier behind you. Don't get winded or snuck up on.
  • You're in ambush mode, not 'tromping-and-making-noise' mode 
  • Moving around constantly with a video crew will lead to failure
  • If the creature exists, they must have acute smell, hearing, and vision. Set up down wind or crosswind as stated above
  • Although you are not killing, you are hunting
  • Wear camouflage from head to toe and stay still
  • Tree knocking will give your position away, in my opinion. No one knows their vocabulary, just a hunch, but that one is answering back is them busting you
    • I have learned to call deer/turkey into close range
    • Call wrong or too often and game over
  • Remember they live out there 24/7, we don't. Think about terrain and movement points like they would. Set up and be patient. 
  • Call very sparingly

So what do you think? Is this an accurate list? I think it is. If you have anymore tips, let me know in the comments!

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