Exmark Launches Original Series Country Livin’ with the Morgans


Find out about country life for Major League Fishing pro Andy Morgan on his 70-acre farm. This multi-part reality show provides an intimate, no-frills look at how Andy, his wife Missy, and their daughter Keylee mix work and play on a beautiful, 70-acre Dayton, Tennessee farm they’ve dubbed, “the compound.”

Country life for Andy and his family is never dull. Whether they are feeding their chickens, doing yard work, or just cleaning up after Andy’s messes, the family always makes time for outdoor recreation—and cutting up with family and friends! Oh, and they never forget to say grace . . . Because, country folks still do that, too!

You can check out the first episode below where we meet up with Andy and his family as there’s a boatload of work to be done in preparation for the Morgans’ annual backyard cookout. Andy describes this as “a nice, small gathering,” complete with a little cooking, and skeet and archery shooting.

Be sure to catch Episode 2 on Exmark.com/backyard. This episode picks back up at Andy Morgan’s farm, where he and Big John have successfully rid the property of fire ants. After pondering several possible eradication tactics, the longtime friends and hunting buddies find that, in the end, persistence is the key to their success.

About Andy Morgan

Andy Morgan is regarded as one of the most successful and decorated professional bass anglers of all time. Over his 20-year career, Andy claimed three FLW Angler-of-the-Year titles and holds a place atop their all-time Top-10 finisher list. Most recently, Andy won his first title on Major League Fishing’s Bass Pro Tour. Whether you’ve followed Andy throughout his career or get to know him for the first time in the premiere of Country Livin’ With The Morgans, you’re in for a treat. His infectious personality and sense of humor are the perfect combination as we’re taken behind the curtain to see how a man who spent most of life in a bass boat figures out how to live, work, and play on this rural Tennessee farm with his wife