The John Cassimus Grand Slam Quest "Under 36"

Spring is here, and that means turkey hunting.

Anyone that enjoys chasing gobblers, has at least thought about completing a single-season grand slam. Taking one gobbler from each of the main subspecies, Eastern, Merriam’s, Rio, and Osceola, not only makes for an exciting turkey season, it takes you to some diverse and beautiful parts of our country.

How long do you think it would take you to do it? Assuming you had the time away from work, of course, getting from one area to the next alone is going to take a few days of driving. Scouting and finding turkeys will take you some time. When seasons are open is going to play a factor, of course.

Best case scenario, if the stars aligned, what do you think? Ten days? Could you do it in a week if you really pushed hard?

What about doing it less than 36 hours? Sound crazy?

That’s exactly what John Cassimus is attempting to do with the John Cassimus Grand Slam Quest.

John has partnered with Trips4Trade to launch the Grand Slam Quest “Under 36” to benefit the NWTF. John will attempt to not only break, but to crush the current records for fastest Turkey Hunting Grand Slam, and you can get in on the action.

Strut over to to see the details and where to follow John on his adventure, and see how you can play a part. In addition to learning more about the challenge you can make your best guess on how long it will take John to get it done, and make a donation to the NWTF.

Every penny of the money donated is going to the NWTF, and by donating you are entered into a raffle with more than 40 prize packages available. Not only that, but you’ll get an NWTF membership, and a $25 Bass Pro Shops gift card.

Whether you think John will or won’t make it, you can make your guess and be entered to win a portion of more than $20,000 in prizes.

John joined The SPYPOINT Podcast recently to talk about the challenge, and what giving back to the NWTF means to him.

John has a leg up on many of us, as John is a licensed pilot, so he’ll avoid traffic delays and lost time between the white lines by flying from one location to the next. No matter how it actually goes down, you’ll be able to follow along during the hunt on John’s social media, and see how things are going.

Also keep an eye on our own Instagram account, as we may have something special going on during the challenge as well.

If you’ve ever wanted to complete a Grand Slam, or even if you have, live the Challenge with John starting next week, and donate to a great conservation organization for your chance at a huge pile of prizes.

Turkey hunting, conservation, and prizes. What else could you ask for?

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