It was a busy Friday night at the Grand Ole Opry for country music star Terri Clark. She was hosting the 7:30 segment of the show which included performing two songs of her own. Guests on her portion of the evening's entertainment included bluegrass comedian Mike Snider and country legend John Conlee. (To the audience's amusement, they discovered Clark can do a pretty darn good John Conlee "Rose Colored Glasses" impersonation!
On top of all of that, Clark hosts her own radio show called Country Gold which includes interviews she does with stars backstage at the Grand Ole Opry. She happened to have one of these interviews to do that evening with industry icon Vince Gill.
Somehow between all of that, she was gracious enough to squeeze in some time to talk fishing with Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast host Angie Scott. Though she grew up in Canada, Clark took up fishing later in life. She discovered the excitement of fishing largemouth and smallmouth bass on Lake Erie and once caught a monster walleye that was just 2 inches shy of the lake record. She aspires to one day travel to Alaska to fish salmon and halibut, that is, if she ever gets a break from her typically jam-packed summer touring schedule.
Listen in on this fun conversation and be sure to stay tuned at the end for a special appearance from "Reba." Enjoy!