Hunting Season is Here…

Patch for webHello again Sasquatch fans of all ages… I hope all is well with all of you.

It is now hunting season in most northern locations and I want to remind all hunters to be extra vigilant.

When looking for signs of game, be observant of possible signs of Boreal Sasquatch.  Be on the lookout for tracks, unexplained broken trees or structures that look like shelters, tree rubs and scrapes that can’t be attributed to common animals and any other type of sign that is out of the ordinary.

Most hunters I know carry a GPS unit to keep track of where they are and pack cameras to record their hunt.  Use these tools to record any discoveries or encounters.  If you take photos of a particular piece of possible evidence, be sure to have something in the photo that shows the scale.  A kid’s plastic ruler cut down to six inches would be excellent to use.  Light weight and easy to pack plus they are probably on sale right now since most retailers are having “back to school” sales.

I want to remind you to also be alert when the hunt is over.  There are a handful of encounters in the Sasquatch Tracker database that describe events where a Sasquatch made off with part of a moose or a caribou that hunters were not able to pack out in one trip.  Viscera would make an excellent source of protein that would require little effort for bears, coyotes, wolves and of course Boreal Sasquatch.

I wish everyone a safe and successful hunting season!    Godspeed loyal readers…


About Sasquatch Tracker

I am a private and independent researcher currently concentrating my search for Sasquatch and Marked Hominids in the northern frontier of Alaska. The primary focus of my research, field investigation and expeditions are in the interior of Alaska and the border area of the Yukon Territory.
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