The team goes to small-town Oregon to look into a recent casting of over 100 bigfoot footprints. Cliff was one of the investigators casting these prints near Cottage Grove, where sightings date back to the '70s. The prints were discovered by dog walkers on the muddy shoreline of a drained reservoir, 122 tracks total. Ranae wants to make sure they weren't hoaxed, perhaps placed deliberately for hikers to find. Though she trusts Cliff's work, she thinks the find is awfully convenient. Matt is frustrated by her skepticism. Night investigation, town hall, camp out (Bobo), interviews, and final night investigation follow -- like clockwork. Bobo's solo investigation is enhanced by his dog "Monkey," a veteran squatch hunter.
Later, they go into what they hope is "virgin squatch" territory -- that is, a place where bigfoots won't have heard hunters trying to lure them in before. I'm amazed by the cast's ability to talk bout "virgin bigfoots" with a straight face, though at one point it looks as though Cliff may crack up. In the final investigation, Cliff sets up in the top of a tree to gain a better vantage point. (Sadly, much of the forest has been clearcut.) But, aside from the usual dubious "wood knocks," the investigation turns up little. Really, they might have been better off just studying Cliff's plaster casts.