Don’t let the pointy ears fool you. I make a darn good sinker.

Hank Williams Jr. “A Country Boy Can Survive”

December 14, 2016 | Categories: Fun Stuff

Top 10 Country Songs About Hunting and Fishing
By Christina Vinson

Hunting and fishing go hand in hand with country music, country boys and country girls.
As anyone who’s hooked a big bass or displays a deer head above their mantle knows, the wait is worth it. But, whether you’re wearing camo and sitting in a rickety tree stand or relaxing out on the water in a rickety fishing boat, you need some good mood music (in your headphones only! Don’t want to scare the animals away …).
Hunting and fishing songs are a dime in a dozen in country music, but there are several that stand out — and we’re in love with the following 10 tunes hook, line and sinker.

#5 “A Country Boy Can Survive”
Hank Williams Jr

A lover, a dog, a rifle — those are the three things you need to survive. “A Country Boy Can Survive” is synonymous with Williams’ name. It was released as a single in January of 1982 and pays homage to the fact that country men and women are built of tough material — and they don’t care what you think.

“‘Cause we’re them old boys raised on shotgun / And we say grace, and we say Ma’am / And if you ain’t into that, we don’t give a damn,” sings Williams.

They can skin a buck and run a trotline … Can you?