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The 4x4 Grand Slammer of 2004
EQUIPMENT: Sponsors of the Grand Slammer |
OUTFITTERS: Double K Guide Service | Wulff Cedar Creek Ranch | Wells Creek Outfitters | Florida Wildlife Unlimited

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Recognizing Hens & Gobblers 
It's easy to distinguish a gobbler from a hen by the differences in their size, color, heads, and other characteristics.
Wild Turkey Hen
The hen's overall look is for camouflage and protection from predators. She is smaller and more drab than the colorful gobbler, so she can sit on her nest and be well camouflaged. Likewise, her head and neck have more feathers to add to her camouflaged appearance.
Wild Turkey Gobbler
The gobbler is most easily recognized by the long beard growing from his chest, and the pronounced spurs, sometimes as long as two inches, found on the back of his legs. A gobbler is larger, darker, shinier and more colorful than a hen, especially on his head, which can alternately appear red, white and blue. He often "puffs up" and struts during spring to attract hens for breeding.
Sponsors For The 2004 4x4 Grand Slammer
Our 4x4 Grand Slammer with the bow created excitement with several manufacturers and they stepped up to the plate to sponsor the event.

- BowTech - bows
- Knight & Hale turkey calls
- Barrie Archery - Rocky
  Mountain broadheads
- Timberline Archery
- - maps
- Double Bull - blinds
- Carter Enterprises releases
- Pro-Ears hearing
  enhancement & protection
- Fine-Line Archery peep
  sights & bowquivers
 Montana Decoys - decoys
- EASTON Archery - arrows
- Freddie Bear Sports
  Assorted bowhunting gear
- KBA Knives custom knives
- Sticks N' Limbs camouflage

- Wulff Cedar Creek Ranch - Rio Grandes
- Florida Wildlife Unlimited - Florida Osceolas
- Double K Guide Service Merriam's
- Fred Lutger's Wilderness Hunts Illinois
- Wells Creek Outfitters Easterns


Sponsors of the
4x4 Grand Slamer

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