He hunts and survives as the mountain men did in the mid-1800s. Born of Indian ancestry and trained by true mountain men, Laramy "Sasquatch" Miller uses only a hand made bow and a traditional .54 caliber Hawken Rifle to travel the route the mountain men did.
From deep in the Canadian Rockies to the plains of the Midwest hunting, trapping and surviving off the land. He does it all the hard way, the "Sasquatch" way – in a world of high-tech hunters, weapons and technology, Laramy "Sasquatch" Miller, shows us what real hunting and living in the great wilderness truly is.
Laramy “Sasquatch” Miller was born and raised in the mountains of southern Colorado. At the height of 6’ 7”, and a mass of 270 pounds, Laramy is worthy of the nick-name “Sasquatch.” At the age of five, his father bought him a .22 cal rifle and a brick of shells and told him that for every prairie dog tail he brought back he would receive a nickel. Needless to say, that afternoon the prairie dog population hit a new low and that’s where his story begins.
As a youngster, Laramy was heavily influenced by his two uncles, Dirk and Colt Ross, who were hunting outfitters and mountain men. They taught him how to be a modern-day mountain man and engrained in him the survival and hunting skills necessary for the Rocky Mountains. They were among the first to have their own production company and to distribute hunting videos across the country, fulfilling their lifelong dream. In 1995, Dirk and Colt were killed in a plane crash while scouting for elk in Colorado. Their dream of providing the world with exciting and educational hunting shows continues to live on through Laramy.
Laramy started his professional career guiding in the mountains of Colorado. He expanded across the country enhancing his hunting knowledge and skills. His dream became a reality when he was given the opportunity to follow in his uncle’s footsteps and share his knowledge and passion for hunting with the world.