DIfferent Casting Methods?

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  • #1620

    driller212
    Participant

    Hey guys,

    Anyone with casting experience want to chime in on some of the better casting methods/materials? Is anything useable in winter for snow tracks? Any methods that work with moss impressions? I have seen apparent tracks in moss many times but never in mud/clay/sand.

    I figure if I ever come across some more potential tracks I had better be prepared.

    #1636

    SasquatchAB
    Keymaster

    We did upload a track casting tutorial here:

    Casting

    However Cliff Barackman also puts out an awesome tutorial but I can’t find it right now.

    You can also use this tutorial here for prints in the snow. The biggest thing is that they may take several days to settle:
    https://www.colby.edu/academics_cs/courses/BI312/upload/CastingAnimalTracks.pdf

    #1643

    driller212
    Participant

    awesome thanks! I need to do some practice this spring.

    #1646

    Rob
    Keymaster

    I have an 80Lb bag of Ultracal 30 that is just waiting to be used. I’ve done a few small animal prints and my own footprint but unfortunately haven’t had a chance to use it for actual Sasquatch footprints. Definitely going to be practicing more this spring, if it ever comes…

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