Just days before CMA Fest, two of country music’s biggest stars, Luke Combs and Luke Bryan, reeled in a few monster fish and took to Instagram to celebrate.
First, Luke Bryan caught an 11.6-pound bass. The “Up” singer was completely overjoyed and documented the moment with a video set to his song, “Bill Dance,” honoring the famous angler.
“I’ve been waiting my whole life for this moment,” Bryan captioned the clip.
The Georgia native was so thrilled over this big catch that he even gave the bass a nice big kiss on its head.
“I’ve been trying to catch my ten-pounder my whole life and I just caught an 11.6,” Bryan gushed.
He later went fishing with his youngest son, Tate and celebrated yet another milestone moment.
“Tate’s first shoal bass. Hell of a fishing week for me,” Bryan wrote.
Meanwhile, Combs showed off his latest catch with an Instagram post and even teased a few new song lyrics.
“Sorry honey, but I got to click over… I got a 6 pound largemouth on the other line,”
The lyrics are from Combs’ new track, “On The Other Line.” He previously shared a snippet of the new toe-tapping tune on Instagram on May 31.
“On The Other Line” will be featured on Combs’ much anticipated new album, Growin’ Up, which will be available everywhere on June 24.
The 12-track project includes the North Carolina native’s latest chart-topping hit, “Doin’ This,” as well as a duet with Miranda Lambert.
Bryan and Combs are slated to perform at the Nissan Stadium stage during CMA Fest on Saturday, June 11. The superstars will be joined by Brothers Osborne, Carrie Underwood and Randy Houser for the star-studded nightly concerts.