Dak Prescott Out Here Hanging With Country Music Stars On Louisiana Fishing Trip
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Dallas Cowboys star QB Dak Prescott is celebrating his new 4-year, $160 million contract fishing with two country music stars in Louisiana...
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The 27-year-old joined up with Jimmie Allen and Chris Young, as well his brother Tad and his Cowboys teammate La'el Collins, for the adventure ... and it looked fun as hell!

Allen -- whose "Best Shot" tune is STILL crushing it on country music radio -- documented the trip on his IG ... showing he and the guys getting after it at a huge crawfish dinner Tuesday night.

They then hit the boat Wednesday morning for some fishing ... and after some jabs over who caught the most -- Jimmie showed off their haul, and it was a TON of fish!
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My phone now has the AIDS from going to TMZ.com. Thanks Larry.
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Larry... Brotha... La'el Collins played for LSU. Might want to mention that instead of just Cowboys teammate.
Reply1 month
Hope he fishes better than he plays QB.
Reply1 month
OMG you mean to tell me Black and White people hang out and fish together? That’s not what the media is telling me
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It's ok for rich folks to do it, it's us poor folks they try to keep divided...
1 month
At least celebrities can afford to eat boiled crawfish right now.
Reply1 month
Country music, hahaha. It died 30 years ago.
Reply1 month
He went with a friend of mine who is a charter guide. They went out of Dularge and did smoke them.
Reply1 month
I take the kids to fish with Travis also. Looks like they made one of the initial trips in his new boat.
1 month
Wonder if he took them out on Calcasieu Lake. For those who don’t know, Dak is originally from Vinton/Sulphur. Still has a lot of family around here too.
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No pics of said fish, then no fish caught is the rule down here...
Reply1 month
K, keep me posted.
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