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Thread: Lawmaker calls for Bigfoot ‘hunting season’

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    Default Lawmaker calls for Bigfoot ‘hunting season’

    On the lighter side... (it's not Apr1st yet)

    Do they have a breeding season? Are they edible? How do you kill, skin and stuff one, and how much should you pay for a licence to do so?

    Are they called Bigfoots or Bigfeet? And do they even exist?

    Those heady questions will be on the table when the Oklahoma Legislature goes back to work next month, after a state lawmaker introduced a bill to establish a "hunting season" for the mythical creature that has eluded humans for centuries.

    https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world...ma/ar-BB1cYz0b
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    Will you have to apply for a tag?..

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    This kinda sounds like when the MNR claimed their wasn't a breeding population of Mountain Lions but simultaneously banned their harvest. How can you hunt something that doesn't exist? Hmmmmmmmmmm
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    I guess the legislature in Oklahoma isn’t very busy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Menard View Post
    I guess the legislature in Oklahoma isn’t very busy
    Yup, middle of a pandemic with the economy in the toilet....let’s play fantasy
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    I'm staying clear of Oklahoma! Next thing you guys will hear of the sasquatch harvested driving a pickup down the 35.

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    The only thing that bothers me about the idea of hunting Bigfoot, is that the creature supposedly stand erect like a human as it finds it way through the heavy bush. So this hunt sound like a remarkably approach to getting a few hunters shot . I have to wonder if they will be mandating the use of hunter orange attire for those who decide to take up the hunt.

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    I know more than a few guys who don't hunt bear because it looks too much like a human once it's skinned up on the pole...

    I can't imagine what you'd do with 'BigFoot' unless you're a cannibal... HaHa.
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    Wasn't this a thing in Alberta or BC at one time?

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    Appears there is no law in BC but there is in Washington

    https://www.courthouselibrary.ca/how...squatch-bc-law


    Quote Originally Posted by Bowjob View Post
    Wasn't this a thing in Alberta or BC at one time?

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