Dierks Bentley Gets in Trouble With the Law for Fishing Without Licence

Through a now-deleted Twitter video, the 'Somewhere on a Beach' crooner tells fellow country singer Luke Bryan about the citation he got while sitting in the passenger seat of a patrol car.

AceShowbiz - Country star Dierks Bentley was cited for fishing without a licence in Colorado over the weekend (August 31 - September 01).

According to CBS News Bentley revealed the bust in a now deleted Twitter video addressed to fellow country musician Luke Bryan.

"Hey Luke, those fish we caught in the Cottonwood Creek this weekend here in Buena Vista, we probably should get a fishing licence next time because I just got pulled over," Bentley reportedly said in the video, which showed him sitting in the passenger seat of a patrol car as the officer sits next to him giving him the citation.

Before that, Bentley had posted an Instagram photo goading Luke about his superior fishing skills, showing him smiling and holding a fish he caught while relaxing during some downtime at the Seven Peaks Music Festival in Buena Vista, Colorado.

He wrote in his post: "Day 3 off to a good start @sevenpeaksfest! #living (btw... @lukebryan only caught one and this is my third in 30 mins... not that it's a competition... totally not... fishing and Seven Peaks is all about community and good vibes... but if it was a competition... I would be crushing him. But it's not. But if... just saying)."

Bentley performed at the event on Sunday (September 01).

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