Fishing Boats vs. Family Fun

  News from Sportsmanslifestyle.com   Is There Really A Boat That Does It All? When it comes to selecting a boat for your family, many people think they need to select either a fishing boat or a boat for family fun. It’s time to dispel that myth. There are plenty of boats on the market that is […]

Yamaha Marine Apprentice Program

  News from Sportsmanslifestyle.com By Amy Lignor Heralding Two Florida Success Stories   Everyone knows the Yamaha Marine name, not to mention the company’s amazing line of products marketed throughout the U.S. and around the world. But Yamaha Marine U.S. has even more to be happy about as they announce two hard workers who have succeeded in completing […]

Benefits of Aluminum Hull Boats

  News from Sportsmanslifestyle.com   Why Your Next Fishing Boat Should Be an Alumacraft   When it comes time to pick your next fishing boat, there are many things to consider. Perhaps, you remember fishing with your grandfather in his old Alumacraft fishing boat and remembered how it lasted for decades. One of the benefits […]

Wendlandt Thankful But Humbled After Winning Fourth AOY Title

News from Sportsmanslifestyle.com    A week after Clark Wendlandt had won his fourth Angler of the Year title, his first in the Bassmaster® Elite Series after winning three with the FLW® pro tour, the Yamaha Pro still had difficulty putting the experience into words. “I am extremely fortunate, very proud, and deeply humbled to be […]

Yamaha Marine’s Technical School Partnership Program Reaches 100 Members

  Milestone Highlights Continued Commitment to Marine Technician Career Development   Yamaha Marine Technical School Partnership program (TSP) reached its 100th member milestone with the addition of Prince William Sound College in Valdez, Alaska. Developed in 2015, Yamaha’s TSP program aims to develop a stronger marine technician workforce through a certified curriculum, Yamaha systems access, and product donations […]

Don’t Hurt Yourself Before the Work-Out Begins

  News from www.My420Networks.com It’s a common understanding that stretching is necessary before heading into that ultimate work-out that causes the sweat to run, the pounds to be lost, and the muscles to become firmer. An important fact that has become overlooked is that when stretching, there are ways to make errors that end up hurting […]

Use these baits now for fall bass fishing

  By Sam Rutherford   Choosing lures for fall bass fishing success is easier than you might think. The reason why? Largemouth bass go on feeding frenzies before the onset of winter when their metabolism slows, and so does their movement. Baitfish, like shad, make up most of the fall diet of bass. Because of […]

Save Cash on Propane

  by Amy Lignor We’re all looking to save as many pennies as possible in this day and age, and for those who enjoy the Great Outdoors, saving a few bucks on that propane refill is a fantastic idea. Whether you need it for camping, warming up the duck blind, or using it to have […]

Tuna on Top

  Pop, Pop, Wow! What a Way to Fool a Pelagic Gamefish 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 […]

On-the-water Decisions Never End for Bass Tournament Pros

  Yamaha Pro Brandon Palaniuk Relies On Experience, Instinct to Guide Him It’s a hot, humid, windless morning on South Carolina’s Santee-Cooper Lakes, the final day of the 2020 Bassmaster® Elite Series tournament, and as he idles out from the boat dock Brandon Palaniuk has less than 10 seconds to decide whether to run up […]