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National Safe Boating Week: The Kickoff to Boating Season5/19/2023
Where You’re Going, You Don’t Need Roads Northern Escape5/19/2023
Sitting at the top of Minnesota at the Canadian border is one of the largest and least popular national parks in the United States. Last year, Voyageurs National Park was visited by only 221,434 people, which ranked it as the 14th least-visited national park.
So why is it so unpopular? It is purposely designed to be visited by boat only, leaving the summer hordes of four-wheel campers to go elsewhere. Of its 163 waterfront campsites scattered among 218,000 acres, all but two are accessible only by boat. And those two primitive sites require a hike to reach. The park is appropriately named for the French/Canadian Voyageurs who explored the area by canoe and boaters today see the same view as those intrepid explorers: a pristine wilderness that just happens to have some of the best fishing in America. Within the park are four large lakes and 26 smaller lakes, that make up about 40 percent of the park. The rest is a spectacularly forested mainland and more than 500 islands.
Freshwater Flushing Adds Years to the Life of an Outboard5/18/2023
Even After Brutal Practice, Menendez Claims 2nd At Santee-Cooper5/18/2023
Even After Brutal Practice, Menendez Claims 2nd At Santee-Cooper
“The first day of practice, I had one bite. The second day I’m not sure I had any bass bites at all. The third day I caught a six-pounder on a crankbait in a forest of flooded timber, and had three other bites in another area known as Stump Hole Swamp. That was my total practice.”
Talking Tides with Capt. Terry Sullivan5/18/2023
Whether you’re new to coastal fishing or have been at it for a long time, understanding the influence tides and currents have on fish movement and feeding can help you spend your time on the water more productively. There’s a lot more to tides than just highs and lows.
Shallow Spinnerbaits, Crankbaits, Jigs Take Canterbury To 3rd In Classic4/19/2023
Scott Canterbury never knew it, but had he caught a four or four and a half-pound bass essentially anytime during the final day of last month’s Bassmaster Classic®, he would have won bass fishing’s biggest event. He didn’t, but the Yamaha Pro has no regrets.
Out of Africa4/13/2023
More than 6,000 Pounds of Trash Removed from Bassmaster Classic® Waters4/3/2023
Canterbury Collects $20,000 Bonus Through Yamaha Power Pay4/3/2023
If a recreational boater puts 300 hours on their outboard in one year, it means they went boating more than twice as much as the average boating enthusiast. But for Charleston Water Taxi, it represents just a month’s worth of work for its fleet of four Yamaha-powered boats that ply the Ashley and Cooper Rivers in this historic part of coastal South Carolina. Since its founding in 2008, co-owners Chip Deaton and Scott Connelly have always relied on Yamaha outboards for one good reason, according to Connelly, “Their reliability is off the charts. Since we began service, we’ve lost a total of one day of service because of an engine failure that required us to change an oil pan.”
Christie Definitely Looking for Second Classic Title3/15/2023
A lot of fishing fans will be pulling for Jason Christie to win his second consecutive Bassmaster Classic® title this month, including the champ himself, but to do so, the Yamaha Pro will have to out-fish 54 very serious competitors who will do their best to keep him from accomplishing the feat.
‘Junk Fishing’ For Individual Bass May Be Best Approach On Some Lakes2/28/2023
To Jump-Start His Bassmaster Career
Imagine, if you will, starting your fishing day casting to boat docks, then moving out to deeper brush piles, jumping over to a nearby ledge, then back shallow to try the shoreline weeds. That’s all in the first hour, and Yamaha Pro Bryan New will keep it up all day. To him, it’s not nearly as disorganized as it sounds.
Knots to Know2/28/2023
It seems like a regular occurrence. You’re looking through your favorite fishing magazine or scrolling through one of the many saltwater fishing forums on the Internet and you come across someone touting the latest “new” knot that you just have to learn. Most are overly complex versions of basic knots that have been around for a long time, only they look like they require five hands to tie. Fishing knots don’t have to be that difficult or confusing. A wise mentor once advised, “You’re better off knowing a few knots you can tie well than a bunch of knots you tie poorly.” Sage advice. Here are four knots that are simple to learn, easy to tie, and when done correctly are as strong, if not stronger, than the latest new knot of the month.
Winter Boating Tips2/27/2023
It was January 2, and a snowstorm had just passed through central New Jersey. The temperatures were in the teens, and the wind was blowing so the wind chill was pushing zero. The marina was empty except for four boats still floating in their slips, and all four just happened to be Yamaha-powered center consoles in the 24-to-32-foot range. Without doubt, all of these were hardcore recreational fishing boats. From the footprints in the snow you could see that three of the owners had already been there to shovel the decks, the fourth would likely be along shortly.
The Frigid Truth About Hypothermia1/30/2023
Lane Gratified At Success Of His High School Fishing Tournament1/30/2023
Yamaha Pro has 382 Younsters from 8 States in Attendance for 11th Annual Event
It began with a phone call, 18 high schoolers, and a day of bass fishing on beautiful Lake Kissimmee. Each young angler received a Yamaha cap and wrist band, and veteran Yamaha Pro Bobby Lane went home with a new passion.
Basic Ropecraft: Five Knots Every Boater Should Know12/20/2022
Top 10 Safety Precautions for the Boating Off-Season12/19/2022
Maintenance and preparation are the foundation of water safety. Follow these top tips to keep your equipment functioning properly through the colder months and prepare for the return of boating season.
Lost Fish Still Haunting Walters As He Remembers 2022 Elite Season12/16/2022
For most tournament anglers, two top-ten finishes and claiming fifth place in the Bassmaster® Elite Series Angler of the Year race would be considered a very successful season, but not for Yamaha Pro Patrick Walters. It could easily have been better, except that he spent too much time duck hunting.
Elite Pro Cook Hoping for Return Invitation to Redfish Cup11/30/2022
Yamaha Pro Thoroughly Enjoys His First ‘Real’ Redfish Experience
Joining a Holiday Parade11/30/2022
It’s not surprising most holiday boat parades are held in warm weather states since most boats are hibernating during that time of year in the frosty north. But sometimes, living in balmy climates makes it hard to get into the holiday mood. Joining a parade might just be the thing for jump-starting your season.
What Boaters are Thankful For11/18/2022
Fishing with Helm Master® EX: Deep Wreck and Deep Drop Fishing11/10/2022
Iaconelli Staying Busy After 2022 Elite Season10/27/2022
As a professional fisherman who has won the Bassmaster Classic®, three other Elite Series events, and a B.A.S.S.® Angler of the Year title, Michael Iaconelli’s hobby of collecting old ink bottles might seem a little unusual. For the well-known Yamaha Pro, however, it has been a passion he’s followed for more than 35 years.
Lake of the Ozarks – Fall Boaters' Paradise10/26/2022
With more than 54,000 surface acres and 1,150 miles of shoreline, this serpentine body of water was at the time the largest manmade lake in the United States and one of the largest reservoirs world-wide. Lake of the Ozarks still ranks as one of the country’s larger manmade lakes; it’s also one of the most beautiful…especially in fall.
DIY - Winterize Your Yamaha Four-Cylinder Outboard10/20/2022
While there’s definitely merit in having your outboard winterized by a certified Yamaha dealer, the process is simple enough for owners to do themselves when armed with the right tools, products, and a bit of proper education.
Weather: The Risk Doesn’t Outweigh the Reward10/13/2022
Propelling Into the Future10/11/2022
When touring the new state-of-the-art Yamaha Marine Precision Propellers Inc. (YPPI) facility in Greenfield, Indiana, it’s hard to believe its origin can be traced back to a two-car garage in Indianapolis in 1969 where founder Jim Booe would repair props and also tweak them to make boats go faster. Later, he began making his own quality propeller and Yamaha Marine became one of his best customers. When Yamaha acquired Precision Propeller Inc. in 2008, it built on the work previously done and began a steady progression of modernization that took a quantum leap when it opened the Greenfield facility in July 2021. The Indianapolis plant is still operating and while the manufacturing — including the foundry — transitioned to the new facility, it’s still used to put the final touches on the propeller and prepare them for shipping.
Top 5 Football Stadiums to Visit by Boat10/7/2022
While the majority of football fans throughout the country have their pre-game get-togethers in stadium parking lots, a select few places are perfect for taking family and friends to the game in style on your boat.
‘Subtle’ Practice Clues Lead Palaniuk To Second Bassmaster® AOY Title9/20/2022
If you ask Brandon Palaniuk to name the highlight of his 2022 Bassmaster® Elite season, it won’t be the fact he won his second Angler of the Year award, but rather, the birth of his daughter Kora on June 6, the day after he finished 7th at Pickwick Lake. The fact she arrived a week later than expected allowed the Yamaha Pro to fish the full event, so in her own way she contributed to her father’s success before he even met her.
Marine electrical problems can be extremely frustrating and can cause a great deal of confusion. Here are some tips to point you in the right direction with professional advice and some easy preventive maintenance tips to keep that electrical juices flowing like they should.
Critters are Attacking my Boat!9/2/2022
When Frank Wilhelm visited his house on Lake Norman last winter, he walked out to the dock and hopped on his Suncatcher® pontoon, thinking he would run his Yamaha VMAX SHO® 225 for a while to keep it in mid-season form. But when he turned the key…nothing…no trim, no lights and never mind turning over, the starter wouldn’t even click. He had the battery on a trickle charge so he knew it had juice and figured the problem was something simple like a blown fuse so he took it to the local shop for a diagnosis.
Yamaha Pros Hope Their Experiences Can Contribute To Invasive Species Study8/24/2022
Zebra mussels, Asian carp, hydrilla, snakeheads. Mark Menendez has seen each of these invasive species and the environmental problems they have created. Now the Yamaha Pro hopes his 30 years of tournament experience across the nation can be useful in creating new approaches to controlling them. Fellow Yamaha Pros Ish Monroe and 2022 Bassmaster Classic® winner Jason Christie feel the same way. All three have been named to the recently-formed Aquatic Invasive Species Commission that will present its findings to Congress in 2023.
Take Command of Fuel Efficiency8/18/2022
Gasoline—it was once so cheap it was a non-factor in everyday life. You stopped at the gas station and filled up that gas guzzling four-wheeled monster without a second thought. The same went for your boat. Gather up the family, fill the tank and away you’d go for an afternoon of fishing, waterskiing or cruising because fuel expense was just no big deal for the average middle class family.
The Accident That Changed My Life8/1/2022
Fishing to Save Lives: Reflections from Manhattan Cup7/28/2022
Let’s Go Lobstering!7/14/2022
Hunting for spiny lobster is about the closest thing to an Easter egg hunt for seafood as you’ll ever find. The beauty of the sport is that with a little instruction, even first-time hunters can succeed and nothing tastes better than lobster you’ve caught yourself.
Try Topwater Fishing for Exciting Summertime Action7/14/2022
It’s summer, the time of year when Keith Combs narrows his lure selection, no matter where he’s fishing. The Yamaha Pro enjoys topwater fishing for both largemouth and smallmouth, so the rods on his boat deck this month will always include two rigged with surface baits.
Can Oyster “Recycling” Lead to Carbon Sequestration?6/30/2022
This May, Yamaha Rightwaters joined forces with Texas A&M University’s® Harte Research Institute and the Coastal Conservation Association® to initiate a new conservation project designed to evaluate the role of oyster reefs in capturing and storing carbon in St. Charles Bay in the Gulf of Mexico. The ultimate goal is to potentially scale the program to a larger scope.
Boating Under The Influence- It’s Not Worth The Risk6/28/2022
Be a Sun-Savvy Boater6/28/2022
For millions of Americans, there is no place they would rather be than on the water enjoying the boating experience. Whether you are water skiing, fishing or just enjoying time with friends on a beautiful sunny day, being on the water is an extremely popular form of recreation. As with any outdoor activity, there are precautions that should be considered, and not all of them revolve around the safety equipment or the safe operation of your vessel. Everyone who spends a lot of time on the water shares a concern about exposure to the sun and, without taking the proper precautions, there is potential of falling victim to a number of health problems that can arise as a result.
Manners for Mariners: Play Well with Others6/28/2022
We’re not going to get into the minutiae of the hardcore yachting community – there are entire volumes dedicated to these age-old protocols – we just want offer some insights on applying common-sense manners while you’re out on the water.
How to Handle Fish From Net to Table6/14/2022
It was an awesome day on the reef. The snapper and grouper were biting and the anglers were steadily catching keepers and tossing them into the fish box. Before long, they hit their limit and headed home. After cleaning the catch and stuffing gallon-sized plastic bags with filets, the weary band agreed to meet a couple of days later for a feast. After seasoning the fish with a super-secret blend, they are tossed on the grill and the “chef” made sure they were thoroughly cooked because this wasn’t some fancy sushi-eating crowd. The result was a plateful of dry, mushy, fish with an off taste. So, what went wrong? One word: everything
Not Surprisingly, Walleye Most Popular For North Dakota Anglers6/14/2022
Top 10 Boating Safety Tips5/23/2022
Three Keys to Becoming a Better Wake Sports Driver5/19/2022
First Bass of the Day May Be Your Most Important Fish5/17/2022
Drew Cook had fished South Carolina’s famous Santee Cooper Lakes, Marion and Moultrie, only once previously several years ago, but in a recent Bassmaster® Elite Series tournament there, the Yamaha Pro led the event from start to finish, winning with a total of 105 pounds, 5 ounces. In winning, he followed the very same advice he offers everyone when describing how to locate bass on an unfamiliar lake.
Fishing with Helm Master® EX5/10/2022
As we approached the abandoned lighthouse that stands on a manmade rockpile along the western edge of the thoroughfare leading into New York Harbor, our boat was lifted by a large swell. Solid eight footers broke on the rocks creating a profusion of white water that cascaded around the back side and down the jetty rocks that, in bygone days, protected the lightkeeper’s boat. The conditions were ideal for striped bass and bluefish to use to their advantage when hunting. The closer we got, the more excited we became about casting into the swirling maelstrom because we knew the fish would be there.
Four Great Midwest Boating Destinations5/3/2022
Summer in the Midwest is unlike anywhere else, with beautiful waters and with few exceptions, some of the best boating and fishing anywhere. If you want to experience some of the best boating in the Midwest, here are four stand-out destinations.
Yamaha Pro Bobby Lane Won’t Forget Last Few Minutes of REDCREST Championship4/28/2022
Bobby Lane loves bass fishing more than most, but he’ll be the first to admit the final two minutes and 12 seconds of the recent Redcrest Major League Fishing® Championship. on Oklahoma’s Grand Lake were among the most difficult he’s ever had to endure. The Yamaha Pro had to wait that long hoping no one else caught a bass that would steal his greatest career victory.
Spring Florida Gulf of Mexico Getaway4/7/2022
Boaters who live up north know winter can drag on forever and even when the air temperature finally gets spring-like, the water is still really cold. The best way to snap out of the winter blues is a road trip to somewhere warm where you can jump in the water and celebrate the new boating season in style.
This is Why We Fish4/4/2022
The 2022 Bassmaster Classic® in Greenville, S.C. was one for the books for the Yamaha Pro team. Though Jason Christie was the one to raise the championship trophy at the end of the tournament, three Yamaha pros took home a different kind of rewarding experience from the hectic Classic week.
Spring into the Boating Season4/4/2022
Boating Safety Checklist4/1/2022
Christie Throws Out Past History In Winning Hartwell Classic3/30/2022
The recent 2022 Bassmaster Classic® on South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell may be remembered as much for what winner Jason Christie did not do as it will be for what the Yamaha Pro did do, and it started on his first practice day. “My very first impression when getting on the lake was that the water was not nearly as dirty and off-colored as I expected it to be,” Christie explains. “It was much clearer than I thought it would be."
Marine Industry Careers: The Teacher3/18/2022
Name That Boat!3/7/2022
Every boat should have a name that reflects an owner’s personality. It could be a nod to the breadwinner’s profession, an inside joke, or a tribute to a special person in the owner’s life. A named boat is a personal statement that brings life to the most special, inanimate thing you own.
Fishing with Helm Master® EX3/7/2022
One of the most common techniques for catching fish in both fresh and saltwater is trolling. Whether you’re fishing for walleye on a midwestern lake or marlin far offshore, trolling can provide the most consistent return in hookups and landings during your time on the water. Trolling allows an angler to cover more water while presenting multiple baits and is applicable to a wide variety of species. You can troll using lures, live bait, rigged dead bait or some combination. While the basic concept of using the boat to pull your offerings remains constant, the tackle and how the boat should be set up and used may vary.
Yamaha Pros Have ‘Wait And See’ Plans As Bassmaster Classic Draws Near2/4/2022
The first tournament Yamaha Pro Caleb Sumrall fished on massive 56,000-acre Lake Hartwell completely changed his life. Now, fellow Yamaha Pro Wes Logan hopes the first tournament he fishes on Hartwell will change his life, as well. The two Elite Series anglers are among the 55 qualifiers for the 2022 Bassmaster Classic® that will take place on the South Carolina impoundment March 4-6. A total of 16 Yamaha-sponsored fishermen will be part of the star-studded field, each hoping to take home the $300,000 winner’s prize as well as sponsor bonuses and contingency awards, certainly enough to change any angler’s life.
Back to Basics: Boating Terms2/3/2022
Definitions, Descriptions and Terms for the Recreational Boater
Have you ever found yourself in a conversation with a veteran boater or a boat salesperson, nodding your head knowingly as they spoke, without having a clue what they’re talking about? Nautical jargon fills the air during boat show season and, if you are relatively new to boating, it can be like trying to understand a foreign language.
Teasing Bluewater Brawlers1/21/2022
As more center console boat owners take up the challenge of fishing offshore for billfish and tuna, the introduction of innovative new gear and boat rigging methods help their cause tremendously. Consistent success trolling for pelagics requires the use of intricate teasers systems. However, trying to match the spread of large sportfishing yachts has been a problem for center consoles - until now. New developments are putting outboard-powered boats on par with the battlewagons.
Veteran Pros Try To ‘Move On’ After Having A Bad Tournament1/19/2022
Yamaha Veterans Anxious For 2022 Elite Competition to Begin12/19/2021
Yamaha Pros Mark Menendez, Michael Iaconelli, and Brandon Palaniuk, all highly-decorated Bassmaster® Elite Series competitors, each agree the 2022 Elite season will be one of the most competitive they’ve ever experienced – and that’s why they’re so anxious for the tournament year to begin.
Blending Their Different Worlds, Zaldain and Rickard Win Redfish Cup12/6/2021
One is a seasoned bass tournament angler who has qualified for seven Bassmaster Classics® but had never before specifically targeted redfish as his quarry. The other is a licensed saltwater charter captain who never fishes for bass.
“One of my fondest memories as a kid growing up on Staten Island involved a weakfish,” Captain Frank Crescitelli recalled. He made the comment while we were standing on the bow of his 24-foot Yamaha-powered Blue Wave bayboat casting into the pristine waters of Little Egg Harbor, not far from his house in Beach Haven, New Jersey. We were using small plastic tail jigs and very light spinning tackle, swinging them in the current as they sunk into a deep hole where two channels converge. And we were catching, you guessed it, weakfish.
Thanksgiving on a Boat11/15/2021
Sometimes it’s easy to fall into a rut during the holidays. For many, Thanksgiving means having the same food in the same place every single year. This time around, get creative and hold a feast on the water. One thing’s for certain, you can be sure no one will forget it.
Bass Fishing Hall Of Fame Recognizes Yamaha Pro’s Many Accomplishments10/26/2021
In the more than three decades since he graduated from Oregon State University, Jay Yelas has never worked a day in his chosen field of study, Resource Recreation Management. Instead, just weeks after receiving his diploma, the Yamaha Pro competed in his first major national bass fishing tournament, and he’s been a fulltime professional bass angler ever since.
“Life-Changing Moments” Take Yamaha Pro Darold Gleason From Pond Fishing to Bassmaster Elites10/8/2021
Whenever Darold Gleason has a few quiet moments to reflect on his career as a professional fisherman, his thoughts always return to a five-pound largemouth he caught when he was seven years old. It was the Yamaha Pro’s first-ever bass, and it hit a bream he’d just hooked on a live cricket he was fishing under a cork.
Planning to Camp this Fall? Consider Camping on your Boat!9/23/2021
Failure, Gumption, Determination, Passion9/23/2021
Captain Krista Miller runs a successful charter business, Island Charters, off St. George Island in the Florida panhandle. The quiet area is a highlight of the state’s “Forgotten Coast” and a peaceful retreat for many families year-round. Krista stays busy booking up to two charters a day for over 10 captains (including herself). Her path to success was not easy, but the lessons she learned along the way gave her the motivation she has today.
Versatile Topwater “Poppers” Work Well for Fall Fishing9/21/2021
Among his peers in professional tournament competition, Bobby Lane is best known for his skill using spinnerbaits and Carolina rigs, but when water begins cooling in the autumn, the Yamaha Pro often changes to a topwater popping plug. Usually considered a summertime lure, Lane actually keeps a popper tied on throughout the fall months.
The Quest for the Ring-Atlantic City8/24/2021
Iaconelli Checks Pro Kayak Win Off of His Bucket List8/20/2021
Michael Iaconelli has won a Bassmaster Classic®, an Angler of the Year title, and too many other bass fishing events at every level of the sport to list, but the Yamaha Pro recently added still another title that really has him excited. After three years of trying, he won his first professional kayak bass tournament, and he did it in pure Iaconelli style, catching the winning fish in the final minute of competition.
Technician Profile: Jami Miller, Yamaha Marine’s First Female Master Tech8/13/2021
Yamaha Presents the 20th Manhattan Cup7/30/2021
“Our initial involvement as a supporting sponsor in 2018 gave us the opportunity to learn more about the event and the volunteers who make it happen,” said Martin Peters, Yamaha’s Sr. Manager of Government Relations, Communications and Dealer Education. “We were impressed and made the decision to take on the role of presenting sponsor in 2019 and again in 2021.”
“Stars Have to Align Perfectly” to Make Bassmaster ® Century Club7/21/2021
Scott Martin ‘Starting Over’ After 20 Years of Professional Fishing3/25/2021
Safety Gear Review & Maintenance2/24/2021
Early Parental Support Leads Logan Into Professional Fishing Career2/12/2021
Australian Angler Carl Jocumsen Fulfilling His American Fishing Dream1/26/2021
Walters Never Expected to Catch So Many Bass at Lake Fork12/21/2020
Fishing with Helm Master EX12/16/2020
Wendlandt Thankful But Humbled After Winning Fourth AOY Title11/20/2020
Tuna on Top10/8/2020
There is nothing more exciting than witnessing a fish rush to the surface and explode on a surface plug! It is every angler’s dream scenario. Now, if that fish happens to be a tuna, you can up the excitement level by a factor of ten. It doesn’t matter who you are or how much experience you’ve had, it will get your heart racing and everyone on board screaming every single time.
Upgrade Your Electronics to Catch More Fish10/5/2020
If you’re one of those people who don’t replace anything until it breaks and this also includes your fishfinder/GPS, there’s a good chance you have been left behind during the most amazing periods of advancement in marine electronics history. The biggest quantum leap occurred in 2009 when CHIRP technology migrated from the military to recreational fishing. Previously, sonar signals from fishfinders were a single-frequency, short-duration pulse sent out and returned that sometimes created an uncertain image on the screen… especially on the bottom. Is that a rock or a big fish? Higher in the column, the separation was such it was sometimes hard to distinguish between weeds and fish, and between big and small fish. The older units required experienced eyes to know what they were seeing.
Research, Pre-Planning Help This Pro Find Summer Bass8/12/2020
For second-year Bassmaster® Elite tournament angler Chris Zaldain, finding bass on lakes he’s never fished before involves a lot more than casting his favorite lure and hoping it lands in front of a hungry fish. The Yamaha Pro actually starts “fishing” a new tournament lake with hours of Internet research and map study weeks before he ever arrives at the water’s edge, a strategy especially important during the summer months when bass may be shallow, deep, or anywhere in between.
For Chris and Trait Zaldain, Bass Fishing is a Family Affair3/27/2020
He won the 2015 Bassmaster® Angler of the Year Championship tournament, finished 4th overall in the 2019 Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings, and placed 16th in the 2020 Bassmaster Classic®. She finished 4th in her first major bass tournament, and quickly moved up to the Bassmaster Central and Eastern Opens. Together, these two Yamaha Pros may soon become the first husband/wife team competing as Bassmaster Elite anglers.
Coast Guard Safety Inspections3/4/2020
Props: How They're Made12/20/2017
Everyone Should Promote Conservation6/23/2017
It's a Matter of Timing4/27/2017
Command Link Digital Gauges Keep You Informed12/1/2014
Outboard Warranties Are Like Insurance For Your Motor7/28/2014
Y-COP Shuts Down Outboard Thieves6/4/2014
If you haven’t heard about Yamaha Customer Outboard Protection or Y-COP, then you really need to read this blog.
Make Motor Flushing Part of Your Daily Routine5/29/2014
May is the top tarpon month in the Florida Keys, which means I’m on the water just about every day. I leave home in the dark and it’s usually dark when I get back home, so by this time of the month I’m running on autopilot.
Yamaha Outboards Mobile App is Essential for Anglers on the Road5/29/2014
On my way to the last Bassmaster Elite Series event on Toledo Bend, I realized that I didn’t pack my back-up prop.