The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii – Ocean Ops enlisted the help of  fishermen to find Bigfoot. The fishermen buoy fish bait in bays, coves and along rocky shoreline to attract the creature. Seafood is believed to be a large part of Bigfoot’s diet.

In March 2008, while trolling Maalaea cliffs along the southern coast of Maui, Kimo E. spotted a huge furry creature foraging for food along the rocky shoreline. So convinced of what he saw, he  joined TBSRCH – Ocean Ops, as a volunteer, dedicated to finding Bigfoot. The bait fish shown; Ono, preferred by restaurants chefs for it flavor balance and, hopefully, Bigfoot’s too.


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