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Bigfoot Buzz: Washington Sheriff's Office Receives Curious Call About Sasquatch Hunting

Bigfoot Hunt: Man Calls Sheriff's Office for Laws on Hunting Sasquatch
Source: MEGA

Man called to find out if he could legally hunt for Bigfoot in Washington.

Apr. 2 2024, Published 9:02 a.m. ET

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Authorities in Washington recently shared an intriguing encounter involving an aspiring Bigfoot hunter who reached out to them for guidance.

While the caller's identity remained confidential, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office took to Facebook to recount the peculiar conversation.

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Although the exact dialogue wasn't disclosed, officials provided summarized notes capturing the essence of the exchange.

According to sheriff's office, the caller expressed intentions to venture into the Big Meadow Lake area in mid-April for a Bigfoot hunt.

The caller had initially sought assistance from another state agency, which promptly redirected him to the sheriff's office.

The caller sought clarification on the legalities surrounding Sasquatch hunting, given the ambiguity of state regulations in Stevens County.

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Authorities said the caller wanted to know: “1. Is it illegal in Stevens County to shoot Sasquatch? 2. Is a regular hunting license enough to keep this Sasquatch hunt legal?"

Notably, the caller also exhibited a sense of chivalry by stating he had no intentions of targeting female Sasquatch.

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Expressing a blend of humor and practicality, the sheriff’s office responded to the inquiry. They clarified jurisdictional matters regarding Meadow Lake and humorously assured the caller that there were no Sasquatch in Stevens County, quipping that if there were, a patrol car would have surely hit one by now.

The Facebook post garnered amusement from local residents, with some entertaining the belief in Sasquatch's existence. While some commended the office's witty responses, others remarked on the caller's optimism in pursuing such a hunt.

One Facebook user joked, “He is pretty naive to think he can hunt them. Quite the opposite will happen once the word gets out.”

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