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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15318308 10/16/20
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Almost a 20 year old thread. Wow.

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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15319011 10/16/20
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All I know or care to say is - Anyone or anything that cares to toss stones at me, near me, in my direction and/or the direction of my camp or campfire in the dark of night at extremely rural locations, is playing a game that will not end well for them. Or it. Keep it up.,

Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15319058 10/16/20
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i have this one small question > Why has someone not shot a bigfoot yet ? cause if i do see a big foot i will shoot . i wonder if it taste like chicken too ?


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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: pete53] #15319303 10/16/20
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I haven't seen one but I've got some strange stories from around Oakridge Oregon.


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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: Fireball2] #15319708 10/17/20
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Originally Posted by Fireball2
I haven't seen one but I've got some strange stories from around Oakridge Oregon.
There are recent strange stories about a LOT of Oregon, primarily Portland.


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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15321996 10/17/20
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They’re woods groids. Apes. Nothing more, nothing less. Any armed human, even with a stout blade, never mind a firearm, should be able to dispatch one handily. Or at least defend ones self against them. They are merely over grown monkeys.

Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: pete53] #15322039 10/17/20
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Originally Posted by pete53
i have this one small question > Why has someone not shot a bigfoot yet ? cause if i do see a big foot i will shoot . i wonder if it taste like chicken too ?
Go over to howtohunt. He has lots of videos on bigfoot. He claims several have been shot and killed.

Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: Mr_Harry] #15322045 10/17/20
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Originally Posted by Mr_Harry
They’re woods groids. Apes. Nothing more, nothing less. Any armed human, even with a stout blade, never mind a firearm, should be able to dispatch one handily. Or at least defend ones self against them. They are merely over grown monkeys.
A 9 foot tall 600 pound ape could knock your head clean off with one swipe or literally rip you limb from limb. Good luck with that knife.

Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15322049 10/17/20
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This B.C. hunting guide believes there are a bunch of Bigfoots ('feets?) up in the wilderness of B.C.




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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: Leanwolf] #15323841 10/18/20
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Originally Posted by Leanwolf
This B.C. hunting guide believes there are a bunch of Bigfoots ('feets?) up in the wilderness of B.C.




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That guy tells a lot of "stories."


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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15327700 10/19/20
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I don't think he's a Bull [bleep],plenty are & he's not in it for profit 99%are.Refreshing vid.

Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15333245 10/21/20
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YouTube = $$$


Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.
Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15333310 10/21/20
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Not in the Pacific Northwest but my dad saw one about eight or nine years ago. Saw it in the clear at about 150 yards standing about mid thigh deep in the middle of a river about thirty yards wide. It was huge but the craziest thing was when it saw him. Standing at hip deep in the middle of that river, it jumped straight up and out of the river in about three steps when it saw him. No human could possibly do that. A few days later, I put on chest waders and went out to the spot where he saw it. It was close to coming over the top of my waders and I am about 6 feet tall.

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Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15334087 10/22/20
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There’s a forum for humor jokes and riddles down below. Maybe this thread could be moved.....

Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15334130 10/22/20
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Nice post JoeBob, thks for the ink.

Re: BigFoot's Ass Track,Revisited [Re: littlebit] #15334856 10/22/20
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Bigfoot's ass track? Look no farther than Michelle Obama's last seat.


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