RVRoadTrip wrote:You can place the BIT caches the same way you would place any other physical cache. The only difference is you need to create the listing before you can print the tag you need to hide! You can use rough coordinates for the initial listing, just tell us that in your description so the reviewers will know. We will be very flexible regarding new listings for this cache type. You would only have to go back if the listing was blocked for some reason (proximity, inappropriate location, etc.). I updated the Wiki and the BITcaching.com site to better explain how to play. Let me know if you feel it needs further refining.
I remember asking this question when I placed my first physical BIT cache, so I thought I'd bump this and share how I did it the 2nd time. I created the cache listing from home on Google Earth. Had a good idea where I was going to place the BIT, and grabbed the Google Earth coordinates, and submitted it. It was approved for listing on OCUS not only before I visited the site, I hadn't even gone to Kinko's yet to print it out and have it laminated. So then I went to Kinko's (where it costs $2.50 to make a beautiful color laminated BIT, including printing costs, by the way), went to the field, and placed it.
All this time it was approved, but I myself had never actually published it. I was then able to edit the coordinates at home (I had guessed within 150 feet), and change the status to "ready for search" and had to hit publish, and that's all there was to it.
And if anyone is used to the strict rules at Geocaching.com, where you can't change to coordinates that are more than 528 feet different than the original ones, don't worry about it. I was able to change the coordinates for a moving cache I placed on the same day by 1.67 miles!!