Yamaha Pro Takahiro Omori Wins First 2018 Bassmaster® Elite Tournament on Lake Martin

Yamaha Pro Takahiro Omori took home the first-place trophy after the first Bassmaster® Elite tournament of 2018 on Sunday, Feb. 11.  The veteran pro finished the tournament with 14 pounds on the final day of competition to capture the win on Lake Martin with a four-day total of 59 pounds 8 ounces.

Yamaha Pro Jordan Lee Mentally Ready for Bassmaster Classic® 

Only five anglers have won the Bassmaster Classic® more than once during its 47-year history, and of those, only two have won the event in consecutive years. This March, when the 2018 Classic® is held on South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell, Yamaha Pro Jordan Lee hopes to add his name to both lists.

Skeeter Boats Celebrates 70 Years

This year marks a big milestone for Skeeter Boats as the iconic brand celebrates its 70th anniversary. The list of achievements is mind-boggling when looking back on the timeline of Skeeter Boats, spanning seven decades.

Yamaha Pro Bobby Lane Wins First Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Eastern Open on Kissimmee

Yamaha Pro Bobby Lane took home a wire-to-wire first-place finish at the first Bass Pro Shops® Bassmaster® Eastern Open on Saturday, Feb. 3 with a three-day total of 60 pounds. For the Lakeland, Fla. angler, the victory represents a hometown win long in the making.

Team Evinrude Looks Back on a Year Where Confidence Made the Difference

Over the past year, we spoke to a number of professional anglers about what led to their success. In these conversations, they have talked about strategy specific to tournaments, as well as the impact of weather and what lures to use; but the one thing that has come up over and over again is having confidence in their engine choice. To achieve success at this level, anglers must have complete faith in their equipment.

Venison Steak Diane: Enjoy ‘The Great Backstrap’!

There are some people out there who, although they love bringing down that deer, are not all that gung-ho when it comes to enjoying it on a plate. But there are ways to most definitely enjoy venison; ways that may even move it into the ‘top spot’ as being the most popular game meat when it comes to taste.

Yamaha Marine Expands Pro Fishing Team in Freshwater Market for 2018

Yamaha Marine Group is pleased to welcome anglers Jordan Lee, Matt Lee, Hunter Bland, Zach Axtman, Scott Rhodes, and Troy Creasy to the Pro Team for the 2018 season. The new team members will compete within the bass and walleye professional tournament circuits and will serve as ambassadors of the Yamaha Marine brand throughout the year. Yamaha Marine also congratulates 11-year Pro Team member Bill Lowen on his new partnership with Xpress Boats for the 2018

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.

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