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May 07, 2012

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Steve

Well in Oregon there is a bigfoot trap so why shouldn't texas be bigger and better lol. I wonder what kind of gun one would need for bogfoot hunting. I am thinking something with Ghost sites, as no one has seen him. Something will a hell of a range again because no one has seen one. Is a Barrett 50 Cal good for hunting?

JOHN DICKEY

Scharf has done an excellent job of misquoting and taking statements out of context. Here is the official position of the Texas Parks & Wildlife regarding Bigfoot:

"Until a verifiable specimen of Sasquatch in found in Texas, our agency has no authority. Our authority is not limited because of a lapse in Texas Parks and Wildlife Code or other state laws – it is limited because there is no verifiable evidence that such a species is indigenous to Texas. Our agency only has authority over wildlife that is ‘indigenous to Texas’ (TPWD Code 67.001). Circumstantial evidence is not sufficient.
If at some time, a new species is identified in Texas by some “by solid or irrefutable evidence”, we do have the authority to act and protect the species as necessary.

Thank you for your letter and your interest in Texas wildlife.

John Herron
Branch Chief, Wildlife Diversity
Texas Parks and Wildlife "

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