Tennessee’s Triple Springs Caters to the Quail Hunter

The state of Tennessee has a long and varied history when it comes to the quail. First, it is the Northern bobwhite quail (a member of the species known as New World Quails) that is the state symbol of Tennessee. In addition, Tennessee saw a serious decline in quail hunting only a few short years ago. It was in 2017, that Tennessee began to re-charge its quail

The Kingfish Cup and Pro Tournament Prep Secrets

The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a national treasure. The region starts as a peninsula a dozen miles north of the Virginia state line and extends unbroken for 70 miles until you reach Oregon Inlet. From there, it becomes a series of barrier islands extending another 100 miles to Cape Lookout. OBX separates Currituck, Albamarle and Pamlico Sounds from the

Yamaha Pro Bill Lowen Uses Three Lures in Shallow, Well-Defined Places

Veteran tournament angler Bill Lowen enjoys these cold, frigid days on the water because he knows bass will be in well-defined areas they use year after year, they’ll hit one of his three favorite lures, and by day’s end he and his companions may have caught and released as many as 100 fish.

Jack Plates Should Your Skiff Have One?

If you run any kind of skiff or bass boat in shallow water, consider this column a must-read. Electro-hydraulic jack plates are add-on brackets that provide two more adjustability dimensions to your outboard engine trim: straight up and down. The jack plate accomplishes several significant functions:

For Cold Weather Bass,  Try This Two-Lure Approach

By most standards, Florida-based pro Bobby Lane would be among the last to say he enjoys fishing cold winter water, but just the opposite is true. The veteran Yamaha Pro has developed a two-lure approach that has nearly taken him to victory in the last two Bassmaster Classics,® both conducted in extremely cold weather.

The Evolution of Clean Technology and the Outboard Engine

We sat down with Jeff Wasil, Engineering Manager, Emissions Testing, Certification & Regulatory Development for BRP to talk about how the outboard market has evolved over the years with changes in environmental regulations. He gave us a little background on the industry and a glimpse into the future.

Yamaha Marine Wins 2017 Platinum MarCom Award for YamahaOutboards.com

Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP) honored Yamaha Marine Group with a 2017 MarCom Platinum Award in the digital media category for the newly launched website YamahaOutboards.com. Judges reviewed more than 6,000 entries before selecting the 2017 winners.

Yamaha Marine Wins 2017 Platinum MarCom Award for YamahaOutboards.com

Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP) honored Yamaha Marine Group with a 2017 MarCom Platinum Award in the digital media category for the newly launched website YamahaOutboards.com. Judges reviewed more than 6,000 entries before selecting the 2017 winners.

COAST GUARD FOUNDATION MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR THOSE THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Coast Guard Foundation is a national nonprofit organization supporting the men and women of the United States Coast Guard and their families. Founded in 1969, the Foundation provides education, support, and relief for the brave men and women, who enforce maritime law, protect our homeland and preserve the environment. The

Yamaha Marine Donates Three Outboards to Two Alabama Fire Departments

Yamaha Marine Group announced today the donation of two F90 outboards to the Stevenson, Ala. Fire Department, and one F150 outboard to the Bridgeport, Ala. Fire Department. Both fire departments will use the donated outboards to assist in search and rescue on the Tennessee River and surrounding lakes.

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