Sasquatch hunting permit required
Attention prospective Bigfoot hunters. If you’re planning to lead an expedition to find the elusive hairy hominid in a U.S. National Park, make sure you get the proper permit—or else you’ll be fined.
That’s the lesson Sasquatch searcher Matt Pruitt learned after he led a group of 31 people through the woods of Arkansas’ Buffalo National River last month. Any expedition that charges a fee requires a permit from the federal government, and Pruitt had charged participants $300 to $500 apiece to participate in the hunt. Rangers cited Pruitt for engaging in a business without a permit or written agreement, and fined him $525.
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In other Sasquatch news, a recent Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found one in five Canadians thinks Bigfoot is “definitely” or “probably” real.