Country Star Riley Green Shows Off Impressive Buck from Texas Hunting Trip

by Halle Ames
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Country star Riley Green is proving to be quite the outdoorsman with another picture of an impressive buck he shot while hunting in Texas. 

From deer to ducks to fish, animals better be on the lookout for Green, who has had an accomplished 2020. 

Last night Riley Green posted a photo to his social media accounts showing off an eight-point buck he shot. Green reflects on the past year and how the pandemic year, but he was thankful for it. 

“2020 has been a tough year in so many ways… but I can’t help but be thankful for the time off. Laid down a great deer on a gorgeous afternoon here in Texas. #outhere #realtreeroadtrips #hunting#stache.” 

Riley Green Hunting Tour

The day before, the mustache covered man uploaded a photo in knee-deep water in the trees of Arkansas for a duck hunt. In the photo, Green looks pleased as he has numerous dead mallards tied around his waist.

Five days before that, Riley Green had another “awesome hunt” in Louisiana where he took down an eight-point deer. 

On November 17, the “Bury Me in Dixie” singer shot a massive ten-point buck during a hunt in Illinois. The pandemic might have canceled Country music tours, but Illinois was another stop of Green’s hunting tour. He said he had an “awesome day out in the middle of nowhere,” however, he was now “tagged out in Illinois.”

Green had another successful hunt in the Lone Star State earlier in November with a massive ten-point buck. This man has enough deer meat to last him for the next seven winters! 

In the months preceding, Riley Green made stops in Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Kentucky with more monstrous deer. 

Back in July, the singer posed shirtless with a human-sized fish while in his home state of Alabama. 

It hasn’t been all play and no work for Green, however. In September, Riley Green released his EP “If It Wasn’t For Trucks,” which featured hit songs “Better Than Me,” “Jesus And Wrangles,” and “If I Didn’t Wear Boots.”

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