A Guide to Bigfoot

Eating Habits

What does Bigfoot eat?

Bigfoot has been described to have omnivorous eating habits. It is thought that the creature's diet mainly consists of plant materials with some meats. Common foods consist of nuts, fruits, berries, and various animals. Bigfoot is thought to eat any foods that may be available, as well as migrate to find better food sources. Experts say a creature the size of Bigfoot would need a large food supply to sustain a population and require 5000 calories a day.

Food sources and baiting ideas

  • Plants
    • Barks
    • Roots
    • Foliage
    • Various Grasses
  • Fruits
    • Apples
    • Plums
    • Grapes
  • Berries
    • Raspberries
    • Blackberries
    • Blueberries
  • Vegtables
    • Corn
    • Onions
  • Nuts
    • Acorns
    • Walnuts
    • Peanut Butter
  • Meats
    • Deer
    • Squirrel
    • Rabbit
    • Fish
    • Bird

Bigfoot Migration Patterns

Bigfoot may migrate to find better food sources. Check out our Bigfoot migration page.

Phermone chips

Phermone chips are used similarily to baiting and could be used to attract Bigfoot. Check out our Phermone chips page for more.

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Baiting Bigfoot

The technique of baiting is a common practice when hunting various animals. The idea is to set out a food source that Bigfoot would want to eat, and wait for the creature to come. In order to do this we have to decide exactly what Bigfoot eats. Past examples include the famous Skookum Body Cast being taken when using apples as bait and the Jacobs Photos were taken when aromatic deer attractant mix and a mineral lick were used. It is thought that the best way to accomplish this is to set out some bait with a trail cam. You should then wait at least one week before checking back at the site because it is thought that animals can sense if a human has been in the area recently and may not come within the first couple days.

Bigfoot eats a variety of nuts including acorns

Deer are a common food source for Bigfoot

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