Tim McGraw may be in his 50s, but his physique says otherwise. On Friday, the country singer hopped on Instagram to show off his latest catch from a recent fishing trip as well as his toned abs.
“Another great day out on the water… got a wahoo!!!!!,” he captioned in the photo, looking like a Greek god rather than a country music singer.
For the past few days, the singer has been soaking up the sun in the Bahamas and spending his time out on the water. In his recent pic, a ripped McGraw hoists up his catch of the day: a beautiful wahoo.
On Sunday, Tim McGraw had us all green with jealousy when he published a snap of himself and a friend standing on a dock wearing wetsuits and holding a large fish to the camera. “Nice hog fish. Pole spear free dive shot at 44 ft down,” he wrote on Sunday. Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georiga Line commented, “I gotta come try that.”
Tim McGraw’s Love for the Island Life
While he’s obviously a successful angler, we have a feeling some of his followers are more interested in his abs than the fish. In addition, McGraw and his wife are frequent visitors to the Bahamas. The family even owns their own private island, which is known as L’île d’Anges (translating as the Island of Angels in French). They put the property up for sale earlier this year for $35 million.
The picturesque home features a main residence, two yurts, and nearly 6,000 square feet of staff housing, engineering facilities, and storage. They purchased the island in 2003 but didn’t move in until nine years later after they completed their renovations.
“We set out to build a house. and we had no idea we had to build everything else. We basically had to build a little town,” Faith Hill told Architectural Digest in 2017.
This is panning out to be a busy spring from Tim McGraw. In addition to his fishing trips, he also dropped the deluxe version of his album Here on Earth, which features six new songs.
On Tuesday, he took to Instagram to reveal the story behind “Truth Is,” his new track. McGraw said “I had this sonic vision of what I wanted this record to sound like when we went into the studio, and this song really nailed exactly what I wanted.”