Watch Country Livin’ With The Morgans
Find out about country life for Major League Fishing bass pro Andy Morgan’ on his 70-acre farm. Now you can binge watch the first two episodes of country livin’ fun —in Exmark’s newest rural lifestyle video series, Country Livin’ With The Morgans!
This video series provides an intimate, yet no-frills, look at how Andy, his wife Missy, and daughter Keylee mix work and play on the Dayton, TN farm they’ve dubbed “ the compound.”
Country life for Andy and his family is never dull. Whether they’re feeding their chickens, doing yard work, or just cleaning up after Andy’s messes, the family always makes time for outdoor recreation—and cutting up with family and friends! Oh, and they never forget to say grace . . . Because, country folks still do that, too!
About the Episodes:
Episode 1: There’s a boatload of work to be done on his family’s 70-acre Dayton, TN homestead in preparation for the Morgans’ annual backyard cookout. Andy describes this as “a nice, small gathering,” complete with a little cooking, and skeet and archery shooting.
Episode 2: This episode picks back up at Andy Morgan’s farm, where he and Big John have successfully rid the property of fire ants. After pondering several possible eradication tactics, the longtime friends and hunting buddies find that, in the end, persistence is the key to their success.
About Andy Morgan
Throughout his career as a professional bass angler, Andy Morgan has been regarded as one of the sport’s most successful, and decorated, competitors. His unwavering determination and consistency over his 20-year career have led to three FLW Angler-of-the-Year titles. As well, he holds a place atop the FLW Tour’s all-time Top-10 finisher list. Most recently, Andy won his first championship title on Major League Fishing’s Bass Pro Tour.
Off the water, Andy can usually be found in the field pursuing his passion for waterfowl and deer hunting. He is a past host of Moultrie’s The Hit List and co-host of American Archer. And today, he continues to film hunts for outdoor television.
When asked about his success, Andy is quick to point out the hard work and dedication that have gone into it. He also acknowledges the role his spirituality has played in his success. “God has blessed me in more ways than I deserve,” he says. “I lean on him daily for strength and guidance.”
Country life for Andy is spending time with his wife of 20 years, Missy, their daughter Keylee, age 17, and their dog Elsa on their 70-acre farm in Dayton, Tennessee.