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Reality show winners invite community to celebratory crawfish boil

Real South Hunting wins reality show competition Real South Hunting wins reality show competition

Remember the hunters in Sumrall that were in the running to win their own reality show? They have been named the winners of The Search.

To celebrate, Murphy's Catfish House is hosting a crawfish boil on May 16. The event will take place at Lions Park in Sumrall from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Tickets are on sale at Murphy's Catfish House for $15. Kids' admission is $5. Tickets can also be purchased at the gate for $20. For additional details on the event or purchasing tickets, check out Real South Hunting's Facebook page.

Travis Clark, TJ Eubanks, and other bands are scheduled to perform. Vendors, a train, and other activities for kids will ensure a fun day for the whole family. The cast of Real South Hunting is looking forward to the opportunity to thank the community for their support and votes.

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