posted on Feb, 26 2011 @ 01:32 AM
If you are serious, find maps of bigfoot sightings, and where you see the most, that might be a good place to start.
In hunting any game, you want to find the terrain and historical reporting of that game to plan your hunt. I mean, you wouldn't want to go camel
hunting in Nevada. No camels. Or if there are, they're mighty scarce.
One thing I note is that reports of these critters indicate they are very curious, often very territorial, like to throw rocks, communicate by
knocking wood, and females seem more often or not to draw them in.
Now if you have a woman you can use for bait . . .
You fire on one, you better kill it. Those SOB's are big, very fast, and smart. And likely to be with others nearby.
My recommendation would be to go to a reputed Bigfoot area, but enjoy the experience of being out among the creation, and do enjoy it. That's going
to be there for sure, and if that's what you are really seeking, you won't come back empty handed.