Caption Contest: Sage 2250 Fly Reel Winner Announced
This last caption contest was a popular one with you folks. I gotta say it was a very tough choice...
This last caption contest was a popular one with you folks. I gotta say it was a very tough choice to pick who won the Sage 2250 Fly Reel. There were so many entries that made me laugh. Some of my favorites are below, but I have to give the reel to BEich0117, who wrote: “Hey Bob, check it out!” “that sucker took the bait hook, line, and sinker.”
Congrats, BEIch0117! Shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com with your mailing address and I’ll get you hooked up.
Here are some of the others that got my goat…
from Maxx Smith, who wrote: “Don’t worry bill, she can’t swim this far.”
from jpfountains, who wrote: “Vow vow vow your life, gently down the stream…”
from fezzant, who wrote: “Cold feet? Nah… I got a good pair of waders, they`re nice and warm.”
from elkslayer, who wrote: “For some, the bachelor party continues.”
from TeamAsgrow, who wrote: “We have 20 minutes until they need us for the pictures..
from buckhunter, who wrote: “One of man’s most glorious days of his life… being interrupted by a wedding.”
from klein350, who wrote: “I do!!!…….plan on going fly-fishing today”
from OutdoorROO, who: “Only acceptable and respectful way to wedding crash…”
from jdmcdermo, who wrote: “….I’m telling you guys. Suzie only hears what she wants to hear. I told her that I was getting up early to tie some knots, not THE knot!”
from fezzant, who wrote: “The true Sage knows when to reel, when to let her run, and when to break it off.”
from Arlo269, who wrote: “The true definition of “I’d rather be fishing”
from Leigh Voutier, who wrote: “Bobby, Jude and Ray drift past every day. This morning no different they go on their way to drift down a river and out to the bay. The water stained tea with a warm summer rain,
twice through the pool lets do it again
One more pool one more run
One more cast in the ditch
Beach her above the riffle so Ray can get hitched
from Ryan Yarberry, who wrote: “Local man saved by friends”