Legendary Tennessee angler Bill Dance says he feels better than he has in 20 years following a recent heart stent procedure.
Dance posted on social media Friday about an incident he had last week while filming along Arkansas’s White River. He said he hit a stump in the river and then experienced what he thought was “the worst case of indigestion” he’s ever had.
The angler ended up getting a heart stent at a hospital in Mountain Home, Arkansas, according to the post.
He posted on Instagram: “One stent later and I feel better than I have in over 20 years!”
Dance is an award-winning angler from Collierville, Tennessee. He has been appearing on television for decades and is known for his expert fishing skills, occasional mishaps, and his trademark orange and white University of Tennessee cap.