LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- If you want to look for Bigfoot -- you need a permit. That's the message two National Parks Service rangers had for Matt Pruitt. He was cited by the rangers when they found him leading a Bigfoot expedition at Buffalo National River in Arkansas. Pruitt tells a local paper (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette) that he has paid a $525 fine. About 30 people paid him up to $500 apiece to look for the big, hairy fellow. Pruitt says he may have heard some Bigfoot sounds and might have caught a glimpse with a night vision device. Pruitt promises he'll file the needed paperwork before the next Sasquatch search.