Trace Adkins Takes Big Brothers, Big Sisters Fishin’

The singer opens his lake and farm to the Middle Tennessee chapter of Big Brothers, Big Sisters.

Trace Adkins, who scored a Top 10 hit with “Just Fishin’,” opened up his farm to the Middle Tennessee chapter of Big Brothers, Big Sisters. A group of 10 Big Brothers and Sisters and 10 Little Brothers and Sisters spent the day Sunday, Aug. 28, on the lake at Trace's farm—the same lake featured in the video for Trace’s “Just Fishin’.”

The group enjoyed a day of fishing, paddle boats, zip lines and swimming. Each child took home a fishing pole, courtesy of the singer. Though Trace was away performing a concert in Pennsylvania that day, he did call to welcome everyone to his farm and to say that he wished he could be at the farm with the kids and their Big Brothers and Big Sisters, according to his website.

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