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bkkd
10-07-2012, 17:06
First off, I don't believe in bigfoot.......too many trail cams, flir systems, etc for a damn giant ape to stay hidden for this long...these pics were taken at my hunting area about a week ago...the ground was kind of hard and i didn't see anyway somebody could make a print that deep in the ground without some kind of force behind it. No tire tracks or man footprints there either.

long, about a four to five foot stride between the prints. one right behind the other one. What ever it was it was following my deer trail, if you haven't hunted there you wouldn't know where the deer come out at.

one other thing too tho, last year in the same stand i heard howls and tree knocks that i couldn't explain.........
no joking this is for real what i found.

http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a123/bkkd/Picture003-4.jpg
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a123/bkkd/Picture004-5.jpg
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a123/bkkd/Picture005-2.jpg

countrygun
10-07-2012, 17:12
Take your own shoes off and stride across some mud and then look at your prints. the toes splay out as your weight shifts over the foot. there are approach and departure angles in the edges of the prints . A moving creature doesn't leave a "clear track" they are messy with lots of "signs" to them.

Rabid Rabbit
10-07-2012, 17:16
Maybe http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.com/2011/07/us-army-bans-toe-shoes-for-looking-so.html

bkkd
10-07-2012, 17:18
Take your own shoes off and stride acroos some mud and then look at your prints. the toes splay out as your weight ****s over the foot. there are approach and departure angles in the edges of the prints . A moving creature doesn't leave a "clear track" they are messy with lots of "signs" to them.

and is why i feel somebody's messing around my hunting spot.......

pizza_pablo
10-07-2012, 17:20
I reckon maybe its time to start believing. :whistling:

RonS
10-07-2012, 17:23
Trying to creep you out so they can have that spot.

Adjuster
10-07-2012, 17:53
Didn't the last guy that pulled this stunt get shot on the side of the road or something like that?



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Ragnar
10-07-2012, 17:59
Didn't the last guy that pulled this stunt get shot on the side of the road or something like that?



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No, he got run over by two cars. Darwin rules.

FPS
10-07-2012, 19:00
That is one seriously big foot.

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Bruce M
10-07-2012, 19:32
No matter how hard they try the government cannot hide the truth from everyone. (This could be the start of a great conspiracy thread.)

Stang_Man
10-07-2012, 19:32
Thats pretty cool, too "pretty" though.

Any game cams catch it?

janice6
10-07-2012, 19:37
Thats pretty cool, too "pretty" though.

Any game cams catch it?


As said before: No evidence of weight shift while walking. If standing, no evidence of weight shift in any direction while starting to walk.

Snaps
10-07-2012, 19:40
I think you're being set up buddy.

Zonny
10-07-2012, 19:42
Call 'em!!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grBpVX2BZgs

michael_b
10-07-2012, 19:45
Yep, someone's using a tamping foot template. Notice there no arch? The foot is completely flat.

Funny though... Are they still filming that Bigfoot hunters show for the Discovery channel?

michael_b
10-07-2012, 19:46
As said before: No evidence of weight shift while walking. If standing, no evidence of weight shift in any direction while starting to walk.

Yes!


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RenoF250
10-07-2012, 19:48
I would get some Jack Links just in case.

glockrod
10-07-2012, 20:03
had to go back up to the top to see if Eurodriver had posted this!:rofl:

It looks like your honey hole is not so secret anymore.

As far as the other sounds you heard last year. Have you ever heard a squirrel in a tree. :whistling:

Adjuster
10-07-2012, 20:07
I think its a real Bigfoot using a fake Bigfoot stamp to throw people off.


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skeeter1959
10-07-2012, 22:06
I would get some Jack Links just in case.

:rofl:

NBT
10-07-2012, 22:19
Never a lack of fooling at hunt camp...they made one big foot though...keep ya thinking. Too big to be a Chupacabra.

Geeorge
10-07-2012, 22:26
Is your deer stand anywhere near Shak's backyard?

fusegsp
10-08-2012, 07:40
Did you find any knuckle drag marks? If so, it's probably just Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva.

mad220860
10-08-2012, 07:43
Totally fake! Come on man there to clean to be made by a real animal

ca survivor
10-09-2012, 07:03
I have experienced the apposite a small foot print in the mud from a woman or young person, a few times on different occasions ????? why barefooted away from any camps site locations.

Adjuster
10-09-2012, 07:17
I have experienced the apposite a small foot print in the mud from a woman or young person, a few times on different occasions ????? why barefooted away from any camps site locations.



Interesting that you don't mention the possibility of an adolescent Bigfoot???!




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Eurodriver
10-09-2012, 07:18
had to go back up to the top to see if Eurodriver

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-rdAv2t0oJxs/TqGiXhWTRfI/AAAAAAAAFpQ/2uzHBFBWkPw/s1600/Not_Sure_if_Serious_meme.jpeg

SMOKEin
10-09-2012, 07:28
Two left feet?

Dennis in MA
10-09-2012, 07:34
I have experienced the apposite a small foot print in the mud from a woman or young person, a few times on different occasions ????? why barefooted away from any camps site locations.

Horny nymphs. You are hunting the wrong prey. ;)

nmk
10-09-2012, 08:12
I give you a C+.

G21FAN
10-09-2012, 11:04
Two left feet?

This....

vart
10-09-2012, 12:35
http://www.isu.edu/~meldd/fxnlmorph.html


Conclusions
Human walking is characterized by an extended stiff-legged striding gait with distinct heel-strike and toe-off phases. Bending stresses in the digits are held low by selection for relatively short toes that participate in propulsion at the sacrifice of prehension. Efficiency and economy of muscle action during distance walking and running are maximized by reduced mobility in the tarsal joints, a fixed longitudinal arch, elastic storage in the well developed calcaneal tendon, plantar aponeurosis and deep plantar ligaments of the foot.
In contrast, the Sasquatch appear to have adapted to bipedal locomotion by employing a compliant gait on a flat flexible foot. A degree of prehensile capability has been retained in the digits by maintaining the uncoupling of the propulsive function of the hindoot from the forefoot via the midtarsal break. Digits are spared the peak forces of toe-off due to the compliant gait with its extended period of double support. This would be a efficient strategy for negotiating the steep, broken terrain of the dense montane forests of the Pacific and Intermountain West, especially for a bipedal hominoid of considerable body mass, The dynamic signatures of this adaptive pattern of gait are generally evident in the footprints examined in this study.