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Catfish Caption Contest Week 8 Submit your Entries

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Since the open water Catfish season is winding down, I thought I'd try something different to keep things active here.

I have a few small prizes that I can send out to each weekly winner.

The rules are simple, I will post a photo, and you will post the best caption you can come up with. Please submit only one entry.

On Wednesday, I will pick the top 5 and create a poll and everyone will get to vote on their favorite. Voting will be open until midnight on Sat.

(little behind here, so the entry period for this week will continue until next Wednesday)

Let's have some fun with this and please remember, this is a family site, so keep them clean, I will delete any captions that are inappropriate

Also, if anyone has a funny or "outtake" Catfish photo they would like to have me use, please send that to me via the email in my signature. I don't have very many to use, so I'm hoping to get several.

Week 1 Winner--> Crazyice

Week 2 Winner--> Capt Fireman

Week 3 Winner --> Deitz Dittrich

Week 4 Winner --> ezwalt

Week 5 Winner --> AceintheHole

Week 6 Winner --> Wildcatcreek

Week 7 Winner -->LookingCalifornia

The photo for week 8 follows. Please submit your entries below.

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After making the perfect selection from the humidor(river), the fisherman prepares to smoke a nice gar.

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Is that smell my armpit or the fish?

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Ma warned him as a young boy that his face would stay that way - Guess she was right.

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Silly catfisherman, lickin' gar is for real men!

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The last time you licked something we had to call your mom to bring hot water. I told you not to lick that stop sign in February.

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Oh great: I said take me to the bar not spit on a gar.

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Oh Yeah!............ I know you are, but what am I?

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so is this what it feels like when you bite your tounge?

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You told me to lick it for good luck, now I only have half a tongue left, you Bastard.....

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Ugh I guess if we are going to have shore lunch we better keep it.

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The seldom heard about and rarely seen Gar "raspberry".

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