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Just New To Yowie Hunt

Unread post by BigFootYowie » Wed May 09, 2018 2:11 pm

Hi Guys, Thanx for adding me to the Forum.

Just my 2 cents

Myself i have never seen a Yowie but believe they might still be out there. (scared)

I suspect any Yowie that has been reported more then likely have found them selfes being Hunted by some Government Agency. (2guns)

So since the start of the Year ive been checking out a few places with no luck. There really is a lot of bush out there & the chances of coming across one is pretty slim. I think its being in the right place maybe at the wrong time. So now that im on the Hunt for the Yowie every noise in the bush i hear now is a possible Yowie. :lol: Ill keep looking though.

Ive watched most of the videos & read a bit stuff on the forum.

To the guys who goto all the trouble putting videos & sound recordings together your doing a great job & everyone who puts in there bit of info into the Forum great work.

Hope all that make sense.

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Wed May 09, 2018 4:59 pm

Welcome to the forum BigfootYowie!
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Unread post by adventurer » Wed May 09, 2018 7:27 pm

Hi, just try sticking to the same place over a few weeks, i find the best time is right now--hence why i am going back out now for the winter. You dont have to walk miles to seek them out. Stay put, keep your ears open and they will seek you out. At first they could be just watching you, but if you keep going back to the same place, same nights they will eventually start to communicate with you when they are used to you coming. Try arriving 1 hour before dark and stay 1 hour after dark, i find this is the best times.
If you get nothing try another area.
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adventurer wrote:
Wed May 09, 2018 7:27 pm
Hi, just try sticking to the same place over a few weeks, i find the best time is right now--hence why i am going back out now for the winter. You dont have to walk miles to seek them out. Stay put, keep your ears open and they will seek you out. At first they could be just watching you, but if you keep going back to the same place, same nights they will eventually start to communicate with you when they are used to you coming. Try arriving 1 hour before dark and stay 1 hour after dark, i find this is the best times.
If you get nothing try another area.
Good luck.
Hi adventurer, done a couple of short walks,a lot of driving to a lot places. There was one place i went near Hinze Dam Pine Creek Rd thought i would walk up the creek starting hearing noises thought i was being watched crapped myself & got out of there lol.

I will give your way ago for sure. Why do you thing now is a good time?

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Unread post by adventurer » Thu May 10, 2018 9:09 am

I will give your way ago for sure. Why do you thing now is a good time?

With my experience i have found there everywhere in the real cold months. I started at the beginning i think in April, it was full on out there, the colder it got, more hairees were with us. As the cool climate left and summer came, most nights it was dead. Howles have already started up at night in woodford( Through a friend of mine), i have heard of others too, that they get a lot more activity in winter. Try hitting a tree 3 times with a large tree stick and see if you get a reply. Good luck.Dee

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I will give your way ago for sure. Why do you thing now is a good time?

With my experience i have found there everywhere in the real cold months. I started at the beginning i think in April, it was full on out there, the colder it got, more hairees were with us. As the cool climate left and summer came, most nights it was dead. Howles have already started up at night in woodford( Through a friend of mine), i have heard of others too, that they get a lot more activity in winter. Try hitting a tree 3 times with a large tree stick and see if you get a reply. Good luck.Dee
Those howls sound promising. (claps hands) Yes i reckon its yowie time around Bris or the south east too!
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Unread post by Yowie bait » Thu May 10, 2018 9:21 pm

Heres some advice I recieved today from a very nice learned Aboriginal bloke. Always leave an offering, even if something small, respect the bush/ forest( their home), dont take anything thats not yours and dont try take photos of them. (no no) Yeah the last one is hard to do!!!


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Thu May 10, 2018 9:09 am
I will give your way ago for sure. Why do you thing now is a good time?

With my experience i have found there everywhere in the real cold months. I started at the beginning i think in April, it was full on out there, the colder it got, more hairees were with us. As the cool climate left and summer came, most nights it was dead. Howles have already started up at night in woodford( Through a friend of mine), i have heard of others too, that they get a lot more activity in winter. Try hitting a tree 3 times with a large tree stick and see if you get a reply. Good luck.Dee
This is very interesting to me!

I hadn't heard this stuff about the colder months. I spend A LOT more time in the bush in autumn and winter (I loathe hot weather), and am able to hike further etc. I guess if it's more comfortable for us to be active and roaming, it's going to be the same for them. Makes sense.

PS: When you say Woodford, do you mean NSW? As in, Blue Mountains?

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Thu May 10, 2018 9:21 pm
Heres some advice I recieved today from a very nice learned Aboriginal bloke. Always leave an offering, even if something small, respect the bush/ forest( their home), dont take anything thats not yours and dont try take photos of them. (no no) Yeah the last one is hard to do!!!


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Did he say why the no-photos? Curious that he knows such a thing .. there must be some good reason for it.

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Unread post by adventurer » Fri May 11, 2018 1:35 pm

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Fri May 11, 2018 12:08 pm
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Thu May 10, 2018 9:09 am
I will give your way ago for sure. Why do you thing now is a good time?

With my experience i have found there everywhere in the real cold months. I started at the beginning i think in April, it was full on out there, the colder it got, more hairees were with us. As the cool climate left and summer came, most nights it was dead. Howles have already started up at night in woodford( Through a friend of mine), i have heard of others too, that they get a lot more activity in winter. Try hitting a tree 3 times with a large tree stick and see if you get a reply. Good luck.Dee
This is very interesting to me!

I hadn't heard this stuff about the colder months. I spend A LOT more time in the bush in autumn and winter (I loathe hot weather), and am able to hike further etc. I guess if it's more comfortable for us to be active and roaming, it's going to be the same for them. Makes sense.

PS: When you say Woodford, do you mean NSW? As in, Blue Mountains?
Hi, no i meant woodford qld, Im North of brisbane

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Unread post by inthedark » Fri May 11, 2018 1:46 pm

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Hi, no i meant woodford qld, Im North of brisbane
Fair enough, thanks :)

Maybe anywhere named "Woodford" is good BF territory, as the NSW version is in the middle of the Blue Mountains National Park!

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Unread post by BigFootYowie » Sat May 12, 2018 9:03 am

Thanx guys for all the welcomes & great advice. (rad)
Tell you what i have noticed is in the last few weeks lots of road kill around the outskirts of Brisbane.
In summer didn't really see any animals anywhere.

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inthedark wrote:
Fri May 11, 2018 12:09 pm
Yowie bait wrote:
Thu May 10, 2018 9:21 pm
Heres some advice I recieved today from a very nice learned Aboriginal bloke. Always leave an offering, even if something small, respect the bush/ forest( their home), dont take anything thats not yours and dont try take photos of them. (no no) Yeah the last one is hard to do!!!


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Did he say why the no-photos? Curious that he knows such a thing .. there must be some good reason for it.
Hi ITD
It was in reference to the questions i was asking . Not much point answering considering your point of view and since your mind is already made up on the subject, BUT the way i interpreted it is that if you take an interest in them then they may just take an interest in you.
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Hi ITD
It was in reference to the questions i was asking . Not much point answering considering your point of view and since your mind is already made up on the subject, BUT the way i interpreted it is that if you take an interest in them then they may just take an interest in you.
Thanks YB. I gather they feel it's 'hostile' to the Y to stick a camera in his/her face, or would be interpreted as such. That's interesting in terms of animal intelligence. I have a dog (dingo cross) who absolutely knows when you're taking a photo of her .. regardless of what kind of device is used. We can take photos of anything near her, but if you actually put her in frame she knows instantly. Too clever!

Meantime, I haven't come to any conclusion on the existence of BF/Y, actually. Put another way, I really hope they exist :)

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Tue May 15, 2018 7:21 pm

Your spot on there ITD about the wild ( or part wild in your case) animals not liking the cameras. We have a very destructive and brash currorong tormenting us at the moment. Seems the only thing that scares him is to pull out the phone camera and point it in his direction.

I notice out in the bush sometimes i only need to turn phone on and the animals take off. Maybe the electronics they're picking up on as well as lense( eye?).

The Aboriginal lore and names for the yowie does vary from region to region but is still similar.

The jury is still out on whether the yowie is more animal or man . Theyre certainly animalistic but most reports suggest something in between! (eek)

Good for you to keep an open mind on the subject. I could tell you that I and many others know they definetely exist and without a shadow of doubt but it really is something you need to see/ experience for yourself!

If you do ever have an encounter, then I hope it's not an aggro one. Those are the worst!! (taz) (oops) (taz)
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I do realise there are millions of wildlife photos out there but it is uncanny how sometimes the animals scatter when a photo is attempted and they seem oblivious to our presence at the tIme. :wink:
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Tue May 15, 2018 7:21 pm
Your spot on there ITD about the wild ( or part wild in your case) animals not liking the cameras. We have a very destructive and brash currorong tormenting us at the moment. Seems the only thing that scares him is to pull out the phone camera and point it in his direction.

I notice out in the bush sometimes i only need to turn phone on and the animals take off. Maybe the electronics they're picking up on as well as lense( eye?).

The Aboriginal lore and names for the yowie does vary from region to region but is still similar.

The jury is still out on whether the yowie is more animal or man . Theyre certainly animalistic but most reports suggest something in between! (eek)

Good for you to keep an open mind on the subject. I could tell you that I and many others know they definetely exist and without a shadow of doubt but it really is something you need to see/ experience for yourself!

If you do ever have an encounter, then I hope it's not an aggro one. Those are the worst!! (taz) (oops) (taz)
I do wonder if, rather than the device (camera, phone, etc) being the issue, it's something about our body language which shifts when we're focusing on the animal. It would be some tiny shift, something way too subtle for us to recognise in ourselves, but mammals with good wild instincts are likely very capable of detecting it.

Meantime, I cannot in good conscience have other than an open mind on BF/Y. Asserting that they don't exist is a silly as asserting that gods don't exist (and I don't think gods do exist, but I can't KNOW that). I think about the Wollemi Pine, consider the terrain in which it was discovered, and realise that we know very little about what could be living in such remote and inaccessible places. Left undisturbed by mankind for thousands of years, avoiding evolutionary drivers and hybridisation, it's all to play for IMO. I have to balance that with the hard truth that any such large mammal needs a significant breeding pool, AND huge tracts of wilderness, to survive. To survive at all, much less undetected. That significantly reduces the likelihood, but doesn't rule it out entirely. This last explains my preference for encounters/research originating in 'proper' wilderness or the perimeters of same, and my perhaps too easy dismissal of urban and rural fringe encounters.

And I also hope to avoid aggro encounters! Though given the amount of time we spent in the forest, it's more practical to choose non-belief - while there. I save my theorising for when I'm home, safe, in front of the computer. If I thought about it too much while in the bush, I think I'd lose my mind (scared)

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Thu May 17, 2018 7:47 am

Hey ITD, sounds like youve been night walking for awhile now without any issues. You must be A-ok with the hairy folk. I doubt anything will happen to you. (thumb up)
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Hey ITD, sounds like youve been night walking for awhile now without any issues. You must be A-ok with the hairy folk. I doubt anything will happen to you. (thumb up)
Have been regularly night AND day hiking for 30 odd years - though we only day hike in late autumn through early spring. Camping all my life .. from birth - literally. My parents are both keen outdoors types, and much of our childhood was spent under canvas, well away from civilisation. I haven't yet really sat down to work through all my memories .. to see if there is anything there which might be significant. Though I am considering asking my parents (both still very active at 80+) if they can recall anything they may not have wanted to bring to the attention of us kids at the time. I suspect there will be something .... and I suspect I know where it will have occurred - Goodman's Ford (NSW). I don't really know why that particular spot stands out, as we camped all over the East of Australia, from Southern Tas, to FNQ. I suspect I have a memory of something there .. but was so young at the time that I can't recall details. Whatever it was, it was there every time we stayed at that location, because that same 'vibe' never changed. Another possible contender is the road between Mt Selwyn and Khancoban. Something about my memories of that area also seem 'different'. Not scary or disturbing in any way .. more, 'not quite normal', if that makes sense. I know it's nothing to do with landscape, since we were quite accustomed to alpine regions etc.

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Hey ITD, sounds like youve been night walking for awhile now without any issues. You must be A-ok with the hairy folk. I doubt anything will happen to you. (thumb up)
Have been regularly night AND day hiking for 30 odd years - though we only day hike in late autumn through early spring. Camping all my life .. from birth - literally. My parents are both keen outdoors types, and much of our childhood was spent under canvas, well away from civilisation. I haven't yet really sat down to work through all my memories .. to see if there is anything there which might be significant. Though I am considering asking my parents (both still very active at 80+) if they can recall anything they may not have wanted to bring to the attention of us kids at the time. I suspect there will be something .... and I suspect I know where it will have occurred - Goodman's Ford (NSW). I don't really know why that particular spot stands out, as we camped all over the East of Australia, from Southern Tas, to FNQ. I suspect I have a memory of something there .. but was so young at the time that I can't recall details. Whatever it was, it was there every time we stayed at that location, because that same 'vibe' never changed. Another possible contender is the road between Mt Selwyn and Khancoban. Something about my memories of that area also seem 'different'. Not scary or disturbing in any way .. more, 'not quite normal', if that makes sense. I know it's nothing to do with landscape, since we were quite accustomed to alpine regions etc.
Thats an interesting childhood ITD and a healthy fun one as well by the sounds of it. My family also went camping every chance they got. 6 weeks at Christmas every year at Fraser Island from when i was a baby till I was twelve and any other break was off to stay with relatives or freinds ( a mix of hunters, fishermen and farmers) on farms and remote properties. Fishing ,crabbing, camping and football was all we did.

I was sick of it by the the time i was 13 but since i had become such a wayward young lad, my parents thought it would be good for me to head back to Fraser when i was 14 with a mate and his family from my dads fishing club for one last trip. Just check out my Yowie encounter on the ayr website to see how that turned out! (eek)

As for those memories, i know what you mean. I have a few of those as well. Wouldnt waste any time on it if i were you. Be more odd if something strange didnt happen with all that time spent in the bush. Dunno how you would bring that up though! :wink:
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Thats an interesting childhood ITD and a healthy fun one as well by the sounds of it. My family also went camping every chance they got. 6 weeks at Christmas every year at Fraser Island from when i was a baby till I was twelve and any other break was off to stay with relatives or freinds ( a mix of hunters, fishermen and farmers) on farms and remote properties. Fishing ,crabbing, camping and football was all we did.

I was sick of it by the the time i was 13 but since i had become such a wayward young lad, my parents thought it would be good for me to head back to Fraser when i was 14 with a mate and his family from my dads fishing club for one last trip. Just check out my Yowie encounter on the ayr website to see how that turned out! (eek)

As for those memories, i know what you mean. I have a few of those as well. Wouldnt waste any time on it if i were you. Be more odd if something strange didnt happen with all that time spent in the bush. Dunno how you would bring that up though! :wink:
Sounds as though you had a very similar childhood, YB! We also used to do the long camps at Xmas. Can't say we ever had anything to do with hunting, but we sure fished a lot - mainly salt. Fishing and camping is a great combo. Should be compulsory for all school aged kids (woot)

Still planning to ask my folks about any odd experiences. My father, in particular, is the type who mentally records every last detail of everything he ever does or has done. Which is handy, in the circumstances! He also spent a huge portion of his working life (decades, actually) travelling by road all over remote NSW. He was a specialist consultant on public infrastructure, many facilities for which were located in remote areas. And when he wasn't working, he (and we) was camping remotely, sailing unpeopled waterways, or kayaking wilderness rivers (Kowmung, Cox's, etc). In all this, there's bound to be at least a few odd experiences, though it's possible he didn't recognise them as such at the time. My mother is less particular about retaining details, though does notice things my father never does, if that makes sense. The pair of them combined should produce something! Unfortunately they're overseas (spending my inheritance :P ) currently, so it'll have to wait a bit.

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Thats an interesting childhood ITD and a healthy fun one as well by the sounds of it. My family also went camping every chance they got. 6 weeks at Christmas every year at Fraser Island from when i was a baby till I was twelve and any other break was off to stay with relatives or freinds ( a mix of hunters, fishermen and farmers) on farms and remote properties. Fishing ,crabbing, camping and football was all we did.

I was sick of it by the the time i was 13 but since i had become such a wayward young lad, my parents thought it would be good for me to head back to Fraser when i was 14 with a mate and his family from my dads fishing club for one last trip. Just check out my Yowie encounter on the ayr website to see how that turned out! (eek)

As for those memories, i know what you mean. I have a few of those as well. Wouldnt waste any time on it if i were you. Be more odd if something strange didnt happen with all that time spent in the bush. Dunno how you would bring that up though! :wink:
Sounds as though you had a very similar childhood, YB! We also used to do the long camps at Xmas. Can't say we ever had anything to do with hunting, but we sure fished a lot - mainly salt. Fishing and camping is a great combo. Should be compulsory for all school aged kids (woot)

Still planning to ask my folks about any odd experiences. My father, in particular, is the type who mentally records every last detail of everything he ever does or has done. Which is handy, in the circumstances! He also spent a huge portion of his working life (decades, actually) travelling by road all over remote NSW. He was a specialist consultant on public infrastructure, many facilities for which were located in remote areas. And when he wasn't working, he (and we) was camping remotely, sailing unpeopled waterways, or kayaking wilderness rivers (Kowmung, Cox's, etc). In all this, there's bound to be at least a few odd experiences, though it's possible he didn't recognise them as such at the time. My mother is less particular about retaining details, though does notice things my father never does, if that makes sense. The pair of them combined should produce something! Unfortunately they're overseas (spending my inheritance :P ) currently, so it'll have to wait a bit.
Yes very similar ITD and we were more into the salt water and surf fishing as well . My immediate family werent hunters but my cousins and uncles up North Qld were keen pig hunters.

Yeah the kids need to get out and about. Away from the screens at least. Adults too!

I have a lot of questions i wish i had asked my Dad. Some skills and advice that I wish id paid more attention to as well.

It will be an interesting conversation with your parents. Surely your Father would have had to have at least heard about something odd during his travels! (detective)
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