From small towns in the South to remote areas of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, four eccentric but passionate members of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) embark on one single-minded mission: to find the elusive "creature" known as Bigfoot or the Sasquatch.The team consists of Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) founder and President Matt Moneymaker, researchers James “Bobo” Fay and Cliff Barackman and skeptical scientist Ranae Holland. The series never questions the existence of Bigfoot, but rather documents the team's search efforts and study of evidence in an attempt to prove the existence of the elusive creature.
The team goes to Maine for the first time, and they split up to interview witnesses and conduct solo investigations, the latter of which are highlighted by Matt's recordings of multiple howls.
The team is in New Hampshire to investigate alleged Bigfoot sightings near a Mount Washington resort that are making hotel guests nervous, and the evidence takes them to Franconia Notch.
The team go to Georgia to look into sightings in and around Fort Stewart Army base, and talk to a person who allegedly saw a Bigfoot through a thermal-imaging camera before finding the right spot to set up a night investigation.
Cliff calls on drone pilots to augment the team's investigations with aerial reconnaissance when they scour the Oregon wilderness for the fourth time.
The team make their way to Mt. Shasta where they work with the SBC, paranormal investigation group, who attempt to convince Bobo that Bigfoots are supernatural.
In the Klamath reservation in Southern Oregon, there is rumored to be a squatchy, that even the tribesmen don't dare explore once darkness falls.
The team goes to Mississippi for the first time and meets a BFRO investigator with a fresh approach to analyzing reports of alleged Bigfoot activity.
The team recruit their friends and family for an all-out search for a Sasquatch high up in the Appalachian Mountains.
The team makes a special journey to Hawaii, hoping to say aloha to the islands' little foot: the Menehune; taking their investigations across the beautiful Hawaiian Islands, they hope find one of the legendary 3-foot-tall creatures.
The team returns to the Four Corners of America to find previous witnesses have been plagued by recent activity; a wide search of all four states leads to their most intricate strategy yet in hopes of capturing footage of a bigfoot.
The team invites a group of skeptics in Arkansas to join them on an expedition; the skeptics put up a large bounty for proof of bigfoot's existence.
The team attends a bigfoot festival on the outskirts of the music city, Nashville; the team decides to use a country superstar as bait after a bizarre revelation occurs; an aftershow follows.
The search for squatch brings the team to Southern California, where reports have been rampant; they zero in on the canyons of Deep Creek, enlisting the help of an LA local for a night investigation that yields proof that sasquatches live there.
The team travels to Remer, Minn., to investigate the small town's claim to be the Home of Bigfoot; as evidence continues to mount, the team pursues an exciting hot-off-the-press lead on a sighting and a footprint on their final investigation.
The team travels to Wisconsin for the first time on the heels of recent bigfoot activity, enlisting help from locals to investigate reports; they take the final night investigation to new heights as bigfoots stalk them in the dark.
The team travels to Iowa to investigate Yellow River State Forest's history of reports; the local BFRO share stories around the campfire, and the team explores the park, leading to an epic final night, and a squatch.