The joyous bays and howls of our blue-tick hounds are music to the ears-it means a Sasquatch is nearby. Under the supervision of a master houndsman, they'll track your prey following each of his desperate steps. In an instant, these instinctive canines catch his scent and spend the next few hours working together, chasing, pushing and harassing the Sasquatch until he tires and seeks refuge high in the trees. It doesn't stop there, our hounds are bred climbers and stay right on his heels cornering him. After hours of pure hell for the Sasquatch... his final moments gasping for air as he sluggishly and clumsily swats at the fearless hounds, your blood pumps and adrenaline surges as you take aim.
You want to see a real Bigfoot video or photograph? Would you like to have a recording of Sasquatch sounds? We're happy to record every minute of your hunt.
If you're a cowboy, or would like to be for an afternoon, the Sasquatch rodeo is just for you. We cage an exceptional Sasquatch in our three-acre corral where you experience your hunt in the back of a specially-designed and lavish pickup truck. With a trained driver at the wheel and your guide riding shotgun, you shoot your prize while he runs for his life.
We use thermal imagery equipment to capture the more elusive Sasquatches that insist on living undisturbed deep in the wild. We've found the shy ones make the best runners.
Imagine your prey, heart beating, hair dreanched in sweat, his arms extended in front of him while he lets out ear-piercing, fear-hollering screams. There's nothing like seeing a Sasquatch running flat out, but it's an even bigger thrill taking him down while he's doing it! The Sasquatch rodeo will test your shooting skills!
You and your guide start after midnight where you test your tracking skills to locate a group of Sasqatches then weed out the biggest individual. With the help of night vision you drive him for hours until he reaches a safe shooting area. Your guide will teach you about wind-direction as it relates to sounds and smell. You will learn wood-knocking techniques, yells and rock throwing skills to push the animal into the shooting zone.
As the dawn approaches, you feel the cool mist and fog as it hangs low in the air. All night long the cover of darkness has allowed your prey to elude you, but daylight is upon him, his big hulking mass cannot hide anymore. You keep a keen eye open, all your senses are on high alert. Quietly, but suddenly, a dark shadow, your prize, emerges from behind a tree...
...you can tell the rest of the story after you experience it for yourself.
We want hunters to experience the most out of life, and that goes for everyone! When we designed BFHP, accommodations were made so the disabled can experience the thrill of hunting a Sasquatch just like anyone else. We have plenty of wheelchair and scooter-assisted hunts available.
If you can't hold a rifle, we'll do it for you. We can set up a rifle on a tripod overlooking our shooting zone. On each rifle we install camera-scopes where you can look down the barrel from a monitor then make targeting adjustments with a joystick and pull the trigger remotely.
What type of ammunition do I need? --We only use high-velocity jacketed because soft, expanding rounds were bouncing off their thick skulls leaving the Sasquatch holding his head while he runs through the woods screaming in agony.
Where are the archery hunts? --We're developing a tree stand that Sasquatches can't get to. Sasquatches are tree climbers and have pulled tree stands down with hunters in them only to repeatedly stomp on top of them ...and those free-standing stands, forget it.
Is your location the only place I can hunt a Bigfoot? --Yes, but we'll be opening a Yeti Preserve in Khaumbu, Nepal in the coming years.
Do you offer non-hunting visits to your preserve? --No, this is a hunting preserve.