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Conquer the wilderness with the survival tips in these Howcast videos.
You Will Need
- Camping gear
- Night vision-equipped, motion-sensitive cameras
Head to the Northwest
Head to the Pacific Northwest of the United States or Canada, where most Sasquatch sightings have been reported.
Search during the right time
Search during the summer months, from July to October, and during the very early morning hours when Sasquatch are most active.
Head to remote areas
Pack your camping gear or find a remote cabin and get as far away from cities, towns, and people as possible.
Remember a camera
Remember to bring a camera, and invest in a night vision-equipped, motion-sensitive cameras to set up in the woods when you're not around.
Search for evidence
Search for evidence of Bigfoot, like half-eaten food with teeth marks, droppings, or very large, man-shaped footprints.
Be patient. Spotting a Sasquatch is like observing any other creature in the wild: it's going to take time, skill, and a lot of luck.