As an avid hunter, I have hunted in Montana, North Dakota, several states that include the Rockies. I have hunted in Alaska and NW Canada. I know Grizzly bones when I see them.
Although I don’t hunt bear, I hunt in bear country and am familiar with bear bones. They do die, after all.
I have lived in the deep back woods for whole seasons. Not as well traveled as you, But I have been all over this particular part of MT...
Although I dont hunt bear, I hunt in bear country and am familiar with bear bones. They do die, after all.
I didn't say they aren't there - just very rare. A viable Sasquatch population is likely to be far smaller than the bear population - even smaller than Griz alone among the bear pop. Therefore, just by the statistics, finding Sasquatch remains would be infinitely less likely... And finding bear or wolf, or even moose is not something that happens often at all.
Believe what you want - I don't need to be convinced. I had my own episode 4 days back in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, and have also cut sign on more than one occasion. I know they are there.