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hey folks, saw that that show finding bigfoot on animal planet and thay are in mn on the new show tonight, one of the peeps was playing a " mn squatch howl" and to me it soinded an awful lot like a wolf. considering we have the highest wolf population in the lower 48 im knd of surprised that the people that recorded it dont know what a wolf sounds like. id like to believe bigfoot exists but my mind says there is no chance, anyone else watch this show? i just find it very entertaining and figured id get some good responses on the subject, be safe and have great nite.

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We used to see bigfoots all the time up nort till the darn wolfs got so bad. Wolfs be eating all the deer AND the bigfoots!

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In the 90's this guy I worked with swore he saw a Bigfoot by the Kettle river(just like on the recent show) on the way up to Duluth with a load.The guys he told at the place in the Duluth harbor told me about his story and thought

he was crazy..........now I'm starting to wonder?c63

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Once in a while when needing a little comedy, i'll watch the show. Can be entertaining at times and you got to appreciate there enthusiasum. If they were round, I 2nd the wolf comment.

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I caught the show the other day> I thought all these experts sitting in a college living off the system getting a free ride in life. The one of the theries was the bigfoot in washington was the shamons of the indian tribes on their 5 to 10 years in the forest to find inlightenment. Wow put the bag a dope away and go to bed. The other show that was older had the bigfoot in OK. on the indian nations the indian guide was show the camera crew places were they have seen bigfoot. Then towards the end of the show one of the guides said can you smell that? Thats Bigfoot. Then looks off to the hill and sees a black object moving of course too far away for the camera. Saids that was bigfoot going over the hill was atleast 2 miles away and this guide has glasses thick as coke bottels pulls them up to see better. Wow I thought us city boys that dumb.

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never found a bones, never hit one with a car, never had one dropped by a overzealous deer hunter, never caught one on a trail cam, etc etc etc.

but yeah sure give some yahoos a night vision camera and sure they'll find one...

*changes channel back to Jersey Shore*

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never found a bones, never hit one with a car, never had one dropped by a overzealous deer hunter, never caught one on a trail cam, etc etc etc.

but yeah sure give some yahoos a night vision camera and sure they'll find one...

*changes channel back to Jersey Shore*

Plus 1 we think alike on this one! Where are the Bones! confused They do throw rocks at night though! Right! crazy
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I love this show! It is hillarious, everything they see, hear, or smell is a bigfoot. Everyone they interview, they tell them that "you saw a bigfoot." They walk into an area and say that "this is the habitat that bigfoots love." If they know so much about them, why cant they find them? The lady on there is a biologist and she does not really believe they exist. My wife hates that I watch it, but I end up laughing a lot...not their intentions Im sure!

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Of course bighoof is real, there just good at not getting hit by cars and Chewbacka is one right so there's the proof.

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I don't watch it but IMO it's about as worthless as "The Lost Tapes". Aside from commercials, it's got to be the biggest waste of airtime.

Sad thing is, people actually believe this carp! crazy

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There's a logical reason why no one has ever caught a pic on the trail cam. They've evolved to understand what the cameras are, and they are the ones stealing all the cameras out there. crazy

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NO way is there a bigfoot in minnesota. if there was an animal that was 8-10ft tall and weighed 600-800lbs we would know about it, there would be plenty of sign. We'd see tracks while snowmobiling up there, trails.

Heres some fun articles to read tho if interested.

http://www.wday.com/event/article/id/10307/publisher_ID/30/

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Plus 1 we think alike on this one! Where are the Bones! confused They do throw rocks at night though! Right! crazy

LMAO...I saw that part, it was hiliarious. The show is quite interesting.

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I can tell you with certainty that they exsist! I've seen them in real life between cook and tower. I'm even so sure that I can get you one that I offer 100% gaurantee...(please note that food and lodging are still subject to payment as only the guided hunt will be reimbursed). Lodging is only $500/person/night and food plan runs $100/day. Guided hunt is $10,000 with 100% gaurantee!

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mnguy52 nailed it,,,,,

Puff, Puff, Pass,,,,,,,,, What nutjobs!!!! Hilarious.

Although, now that I think about it,,,,, this one time at bandcamp......

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How about the one fat guy yelling at the top of his lungs while on the track and yapping about how desolate the area was. The other thing I thought was great was how these bio-loving boobs were crashing around in a Tamarack swamp knocking over trees that were probably 100 years old. Great knowledgeable folks who understand the wild and know their biology. I bet the National Enquirer is a sponsor.

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What about all the guys that hunt with dogs all around this country each year for different game, Bear, Coon, Hogs, Bunnies. None of them have ever kicked up a Big foot? They must be wearing SentLok!!!!! shockedlaugh

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What about all the guys that hunt with dogs all around this country each year for different game, Bear, Coon, Hogs, Bunnies. None of them have ever kicked up a Big foot? They must be wearing SentLok!!!!! shockedlaugh

That would make for a great ad. SentLok-protecting bigfoot for 50 years

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I liked watching there wheeler drive through the swamp, isnt that illegal in MN? And they just video taped them selves breaking the law, and showing it on tv. This was the first time I watched the show, and it will be the last. They will never find bigfoot, he can shakshift, turn into different creatures.

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That show is so stupid it makes me laugh.....

I might come up with my own show..."The search of the Leprechaun"

Would you all watch it?

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I caught that part about the tamarack all the way to Canada, I missed the beginning so I had assumed they were near the border, not Moose Lake. Those guys are good for laughs, sure, but thats it. Add to it the home grown Minnesotan who said the bigfoot was over 11 feet tall. And the fact all the people have seen bigfoot during the day, so these yahoos go searching at night

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I watch it for the "Humor factor" to. If you recorded a decent gas attack after a chili dinner and played it back for Bubba, he'd say "There's no doubt about it, that's a squatch".

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This thread is still rockin lol, as Barney Fife told goober and floyd in the back of the sheriff office after summoning the Count............Gentleman, I have this announcement to make.........Bigfoot Exists ! Thank goodness he don't rut during deer season with all the doe iss and buck gland in the air, man we'd have chaos. I declare I will be the first to go den cam on a bighoof ! Do they run fast then slow way down or do the hoofs go at a steady gait ? Could a CO fine them for relieving themselves in public ? Could only thee Chewy Chewbacka lol call them out from their lair ? Ahmaaaaaaamamahmamamaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh ? I'm going to try it tonight, I also may be risking my life if the rut is on my wrist I be a slittin. I don't want to hear any banjo music nor hog sounds.

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There's a logical reason why no one has ever caught a pic on the trail cam. They've evolved to understand what the cameras are, and they are the ones stealing all the cameras out there. crazy

along with the tree stands

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That show is so stupid it makes me laugh.....

I might come up with my own show..."The search of the Leprechaun"

Would you all watch it?

"Destination Truth" already dedicated an episode to hunting for leprechauns.

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