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Poll # 9 – Do you approve of sound blasting?

//Poll # 9 – Do you approve of sound blasting?

Poll # 9 – Do you approve of sound blasting?

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A somewhat controversial topic is the use of sound blasting in sasquatch research. Please vote! As always I would like to hear your comments.

By | 2009-03-15T10:43:45+00:00 March 15th, 2009|Uncategorized|6 Comments

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  1. GuyInIndiana March 15, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Generally speaking, without knowing what call 'is' blasted and what is meant by it, there's not a scientific basis for if or what the reply means, and then, how do you know what's replying IS a Sasquatch?

    In our area of research, we don't call-blast, and they come in close to our campsite anyway. We just don't want to risk pushing them away by doing it.

    It works best for us, to not do it.

  2. Billy Willard March 15, 2009 at 10:30 am

    In my view, soundblasting can be good or bad under different circumstances. Each area is different. There is no scientific basis available on what sounds these creatures make…YET! We have done investigation both ways. Using and not using soundblasting. We have gotten responses from soundblasting. What were the responses? Don't know. But we've gotten results without doing soundblasting as well. What were those responses? Don't know. This debate can go either direction. If you do soundblast and you get a response…we don't know what responded unless we see it. On the same token, if we don't soundblast and we hear "activity" near our position, we don't know what that is either unless we see it.

  3. Harpo March 16, 2009 at 2:32 am

    I agree with Billy – there are times when it might be advantageous and others where it might not. I think you need another choice in your survey. I'm not absolutely against it but I think it should be used with some discretion and certainly not in every case. Just my two cents worth…

  4. pragmatic March 16, 2009 at 5:59 am

    Isn't wood knocking at least as effective for locating possible subjects?

  5. stancourtney March 16, 2009 at 8:06 am

    Many people use sound blasting only for long distance and use wood knocking up close.

  6. bullet maker July 12, 2009 at 10:33 pm

    I never use sound blasting. Think about what the bigfoot would think, yes he might be interesting in the blast, and come in to investigate, then again you would never see him anyhow, cause he ain`t going to show his self. So you would be wasting your time soundblasting, cause you didnt know he was there.

    We have always had much better luck, by having a wood fire going and cooking something to eat over the woodfire, as we have some scouters already in the tower stands, to see the bigfoots, as they come in to investigate us. The difference between the sound blasting and us just talking, is the volumn. I betcha soundblasting has scared more bigfoots off. Now on the other hand, he might scream back at ya, and if thats what one is trying to do, then thats ok. But one should forget about one, charging out of the woods, from hearing a sound blast.

    My study anyhow.

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