Changing site name to Oregon Bigfoot Blog?

This just in from Siskiyou Bigfoot Correspondent Issac Roman: I am a guide in Siskiyou county….32 yrs & I live in Dunsmuir, but travel the tributaries to the Klamath quite often…..a couple summers ago we stumbled upon this prints up a creek off of one of these tribs……earlier in the morning my pops tried to relieve the gut a bit and got pretty spooked. He came back to camp and mentioned he felt like he was being watched…..but there definitely was no humans around… we went for a walk and came across this in bed of d.g…..the rock was dislodged a pressed into the d.g.(decomposed granite)……we don’t know what it was, but it definitely was not a bear print….four toes and the big toe was giant….also no claws……just thought you would enjoy checking these out….the flip flop was a size 11…




Send us your fly fishing bigfoot sightings! -MS

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8 Responses to Changing site name to Oregon Bigfoot Blog?

  1. Horatio says:

    Bigfoot is real.

  2. isaac says:

    32yrs old…..

  3. David Swart says:

    Okay people enough with the if you can’t see it,smell it,taste it,or hear it,it don’t exist the world is full of things we(humans) can’t or won’t explain belive in what you want I belive the facts,bigfoot is 1 of those things that can & does exist.

  4. Rob R says:

    Looks a lot like a bear print to me.

  5. WCM says:

    This is what happens when you have too much coffee, too much rain and not enough fishing.

  6. David Jensen says:

    Korkers for sure, the strap on style.

  7. Chris C says:

    I think that may have been my print, can’t remember.

  8. Buck B. says:

    Oh! That is where I set my 30 pound Lima bean.


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