Bigfoot hunt continues on the McKenzie River

Unless you’ve been living like a squatch in the woods for the past year, you probably heard that Oregon Fly Fishing Blog accidentally shot the most significant bigfoot video of the 21st century. Now two and a half years later, the hunt for Sasquatch in the McKenzie River Valley has reached fever pitch.

Rumors abound that a national cable network filmed a TV show this past week featuring the McKenzie Sasquatch. Below are some grainy photos that may or may not confirm said rumors.

McKenzie River Bigfoot

McKenzie River Bigfoot

McKenzie River Bigfoot

McKenzie River Bigfoot

McKenzie River Bigfoot

McKenzie River Bigfoot

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9 Responses to Bigfoot hunt continues on the McKenzie River

  1. Oregon Fly Fishing Blog says:

    Really? Nobody’s going to comment on this?

  2. tim says:

    i don’t think the blog needs to look far for Big Foot. The guy in the blue shirt looking into the mirror seems to fit the bill quite nicely…..

  3. Sam says:

    Perhaps after all is said and done Big Foot is a state of mind, or rather one has to be in a certain state of mind to witness such and similar mythical (or real) beings.

  4. Marc Robershaw says:

    I dont see why this is such a big deal, I seen my first bigfoot about the time I lost my last tooth. I was 27, dont get out much now though with the weight and the diabetes and all. You young-ins just aint got no heart with your youtubes and Ipods.

  5. Rob R says:

    Definitely a family resemblance–thanks for noticing, Tim!

    I just want to say how awesome it was to be surrounded by so many sasquatchologists. What a great bunch. I finally feel like I’ve found my people, and I’m looking forward to many more “Beer & Bigfoot” events with the crew from Oregon Sasquatch Symposium. Oh, and thanks to the Ike’s Pizza crew for the killer broasted chickens and beers. Reminds me of a classic song by my idol Afroman…”I’m just standing on the corner with some chicken and a 40, yelling at these hoochies and I’m looking for a party…”

  6. David Jensen says:

    I’ve lived up the McKenzie for 30+ years, and have personally never seen one. Lot of elk, cougar, and bear, but no Sasquatch. We locals know they exist, because there have been at least a half dozen late night sightings of the beast rummaging the garbage cans at Ike’s. Several times while floating by Deer Creek hot springs on the upper river, I thought I saw them scurry off as I approached. They were hairy, disgusting, and large, but they were different than Enoch and Rob if you got close enough.

    I’m off to the Wallowa Wednesday for the annual Fly Fishes With Wolves adventure, but I’ll be scanning for signs of Big Foot.
    The train is defunct, so you hike the canyon. One day we will try to drive to Rondowa, confluence of the Grande Ronde and the Wallowa. This will not be the Donner party revisited, as we have tons to eat, drink, and be merry.

  7. Randy Turney says:

    Good grief, is that Chris in a raft? Word….

  8. Duffy says:

    Someone get clay h. on the trail. He has an uncanny ability to sniff out all kinds of critters.

  9. Tina Wilkerson says:

    I’m looking to get my granddaughter and myself into a Bigfoot club in the McKenzie River area. I live between Vida and the Leaburg dam. Are is 11 years old a d reads everything on Bigfoot. If anyone know about a club that meet in this area please let me know. Thx. Tina

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