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Weminuche Wilderness

Post  NobleSav on Wed Aug 01, 2012 6:01 pm

Heading to WW for some squatching next week. I'll be solo and plan to attract some activity by non-conventional means. I wanted to start this thread as a sort of depot for the strange and bizarre ideas that some have had, when it comes to attracting Sasquatch activity. Feel free to comment or share any advice that you may have! Thanks in Advance! Very Happy

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Re: Weminuche Wilderness

Post  Kel on Wed Aug 01, 2012 6:56 pm

You're braver than me. Somebody once said they had fun hanging some of those Glow Sticks in distant trees, and then saw them moving around after dark. Have fun!
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Post  Danny Squatchanini on Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:07 am

Make sure to bring some moist towelettes to wipe your ass when you crap your pants when you come face-to-face with it! Extra bloomers will help too! I hope youre bringing some serious firepower with you if youre going alone. Dont forget a go pro and keep it going all the time along with a regular HD camera on the ready and a FLIR, plenty of lights, glow sticks, plaster to cast a foot print, body bag in case you kill one, rope, you get the jist of it! affraid
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Post  CMcMillan on Tue Aug 07, 2012 6:31 am

NobleSav wrote:Heading to WW for some squatching next week. I'll be solo and plan to attract some activity by non-conventional means. I wanted to start this thread as a sort of depot for the strange and bizarre ideas that some have had, when it comes to attracting Sasquatch activity. Feel free to comment or share any advice that you may have! Thanks in Advance! Very Happy

Noble,

One thing i have noticed in many stories is that big foot will sometimes push the tents in and stuff.
Think about putting a camera up in the trees looking down at you tent if you are staying out over night. Especially if you know your in a hot zone for bigfoot activity.
I would think placing the camera up high enough to give a birds eye view. Or put the camera on the ground pointing up.
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I just read this..

Post  ***** on Sat Aug 25, 2012 1:55 pm

CMc

Pm me if you'd like to hear how this post you made above was predictive, and just floored me when I read it.


I couldn't handle the camera weight, and wasn't out for documentation, as I already know they exist.

Let the skeptic pile on begin, you are all blocked anyway. Laughing

Iphone died on the second day, but here are pics from Weminuche I posted on another thread. I have more to prove I was there. I rode the oldest narrow gauge r.r. in the US up to Elk Park, my experience happened in the valley, not far from the tracks.













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