(CBS4) — Country music star Dierks Bentley got himself into a little trouble in Colorado. Bentley tweeted a video of himself sitting in a patrol car, getting a ticket — for fishing without a license.
“Hey Luke, those fish we caught in the Cottonwood Creek this week here in Buena Vista, we should probably getting a fishing license next time because I just got pulled over,” Bentley said. He tagged fellow singers Luke Bryan and Hardy.
“You’re next,” he warns.
Little heads up Lukey. Hardy…..?!🤔
Actually appreciate the ticket. Appreciate being treated like a regular person. Appreciate what @COParksWildlife does. I’ll be all licensed up next time! @LukeBryanOnline @HardyMusic pic.twitter.com/m13EWYrXsN
— Dierks Bentley (@DierksBentley) September 2, 2019
Bentley posted a selfie with a fish on Instagram on Sunday — and joke that he was having much better results than Bryan.
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Day 3 off to a good start @sevenpeaksfest! #living (btw… @lukebryan only caught one and this is my third in 30 mins… not that it’s a competition… totally not… fishing and Seven Peaks is all about community and good vibes… but if it was a competition… I would be crushing him. But it’s not. But if… just saying)
Bryan was in Colorado for the Seven Peaks Music Festival in Buena Vista.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife responded to Bentley’s video saying: “We tip our caps to @ for being a gentleman when our @ officer cited him for fishing without a license this weekend at the @ in Buena Vista. We appreciate his kind words about CPW and we welcome him back anytime. With a license of course.”