Currently, the number one boat brand in retail sales of outboard-powered fiberglass boats, 24-feet and under, Carolina Skiff is the company to check out as you head to the boat shows and events that will be held in this year.
Give the people what they want. That is a theme for how Yamaha is rolling out enhancements to current outboards and rigging options.
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.
Families and boating go together, and so does serious fishing. You can enjoy both on the same trip aboard the Sea Chaser 24 HFC by Carolina Skiff.
Getting to see shiny new boats at a boat show is a given. What’s not is getting to take a test ride, and do it in sunny, warm weather during the frigid winter. You can do it all at the 2018 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show.
Want to get a look at Yamaha’s exciting new lineup of products for 2018? Then you’ll want to head to the Miami International Boat Show® at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin starting Thursday, February 15.
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.
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 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.