Everything You Need to Hunt Bigfoot in Southern Idaho
It's been a few months since we've had a bigfoot sighting, but that doesn't mean he's not still out there somewhere. My brother and sister-in-law joke about going hunting for Sasquatch when they go on hikes out in the Midwest. Plus I have a handful of other people I know who at least believe he's somewhere out there in the woods living his life. If you think Sasquatch is real and plan to go hunt for him, I've created a list of tips and items that might help you out while trying to find the beast.
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If you're going to hunt bigfoot, it's probably best to do your research on him first.
If you're going hunting for Sasquatch, I'm going to say your odds are going to be better by trying to call him out with noises of his kind.
Sure, it's called "nature exploration and adventure toys," but if you ask me these are all items you'll need on your hunt for Sasquatch.
You never know what could happen in the wilderness, so it's best to be prepared.
If you're hunting for bigfoot, you'll want proof. Otherwise, how will people believe you?
Hunting for bigfoot is hard work. You're going to need a snack. Plus if those commercials are right, bigfoot loves beef jerky, right?
It might be easier to catch bigfoot if he sees someone who looks like him. A costume could help blend in with the surroundings.
Depending on the time of year you go hunting, you might want to keep a drink cool. Might as well do it in style.