While it might not be as exciting as fishing or flying across the water at 70+mph, this topic affects all boaters. If you have a moment, give this article a look and get up to speed on what's happening with the EPA and the future of ethanol fuels in your boat motors.
EPA hearing on ethanol set for ThursdayPosted on December 3rd, 2013Written by Reagan HaynesThe Environmental Protection Agency is holding a hearing Thursday to receive testimony on a proposal that would lower the required amount of ethanol in the fuel supply for the first time ever.The required amou...
Mason Kehrer eyes a big bonito he caught while fishing with his dad Tom Kehrer of the USMC. The Kehrer’s were hosted by Dr Mitchell Fendt who volunteered for “Fishing For Warriors” duty in Palm Beach. Nice work guys!!!
Have you ever hooked a monster only to have it eaten on the reel in? Captain George Mitchell and team had it happen twice at this year’s Southern Kingfish Association, LLC National Championship. http://bit.ly/194fLId
Thanks to everyone who already took our survey on engine hours. We are going to leave this open for another week, so if you own a Yamaha Outboard and haven’t already taken the survey, please follow this link http://bit.ly/18Cb1NE or click on our Survey Tab. The feedback has been great and you guys sure do put your motors to good use!
Congratulations to Legendary Marine for taking Boating Industry's Top 100 Dealer of the Year for the 2nd year in a row! Also, great job to the following dealers for their special “Best in Class” awards. You can view the entire Top 100 here; http://bit.ly/1bP3fND
Marine Connection Boat Sales – Best Digital Strategy
Russell Marine – Best Boat Show Strategy
Port Harbor Marine – Best Industry Advocate
Colorado Boat Center – Best Training Program
Woodard Marine– Best Service Department
Buckeye Marine– Best Marketing
I’ll spend hours at a time idling around a lake and looking at my sonar for structure that’s holding bass
By Kelly Jordan
Yamaha Pro Staff
The last five weeks have been just crazy around the Jordan house after the birth of my son Charles Cole Jordan. He weighed 7.5 pounds at birth and has already put on three pounds, so he’s just growing like a weed.