Chaos Ensues When Jason Aldean and Tyler Farr Go Fishing on Luke Bryan’s Property
When Luke Bryan is away, Tyler Farr and Jason Aldean will play.
Luke Bryan was out of town, so Tyler Farr and Jason Aldean hosted a Buck Commander ‘Big Bass Tournament’ on his property and things got a little crazy.
“We got Tombo in town, Jason in town, Luke’s not in town. So, we’re doing a fishing tournament. Where at? Luke’s,” Farr shares in a new Buck Commander video.
Farr and Aldean were joined by fellow Buck Commander and former MLB player Tombo Martin as well as Aldean’s brother-in-law, Hunter Kerr. The men joined forces for a friendly fishing competition, pairing off onto two teams: Team Sunshine with Farr and Aldean and Team Can’t Get Right with Martin and Kerr.
As the cameras rolled, each team embarked on Bryan’s pond to try to catch as many fish as possible.
“Alright fool, let’s go,” Aldean tells Farr in the clip.
The men go on to cast their lines with high hopes to come out on top. While each team was able to reel in a few fish, Team Can’t Get Right came out on top with a total of 10 fish.
“Tombo and Hunter have ten fish to our eight. I guess we didn’t win,” Farr acknowledges before thanking Bryan for letting them fish on his pond.
“Luke, one heck of an establishment you’ve got here, buddy. Primetime, bud. Great, great job!”
Click above to watch the highlights of their hilarious fishing trip.
Lauren Jo Black
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