Originally Posted by InChiefsHell
Just out of curiosity, do any of you think it's possible that givin the thousands of square miles of forest in the US that there are indeed places in there that no man has ever stepped in? Seems pretty impossible to me, but thousands of square miles IS alot. I don't know how far in your average hunter goes, but I'd bet there is still a great deal of forest area that has been largely untouched by humans. Maybe that's where they are...heh.
I hunt here in Nebraska, and it's not even a particularly remote area. I've seen one deer carcass in 12 years. Nature seems to pick up after itself pretty well.
No doubt there are a few remote spots that man hasnt been to- there were places in Washington (state) that we said 'hell no' about trying to move into or through; just too thick/steep or isolated. I'll say the same for some places in northern New Mexico. That's only my limited experience.
I will admit I'm kinda fascinated by things like this too.