Yamaha’s CL7 Display Enhanced

The view just got better. Yamaha’s CL7 gateway display has been updated with new software and compatibility, making it an even more useful accessory for boaters. Like the earlier version, the latest 7-inch touchscreen display comes in two models with detailed fresh and saltwater maps or without the mapping function. The mapping function can always be added later. Fuel flow and economy, rudder angle and battery charge level monitoring functions are still

Yamaha’s Top-Rated V6 Now Even More Versatile

The award-winning Yamaha 4.2-liter F300 has long been a favorite in the lineup of offshore outboards. Lighter and faster than some competitors, and Yamaha’s reputation for performance and dependability in the rugged saltwater environment are just a few of the reasons why.

Yamaha Helm Master V.2

It’s hard to improve upon true innovation. But that’s exactly what Yamaha Marine has accomplished with its latest version of Helm Master, the fully integrated boat control system. Using an electronic joystick control and two or more outboards to vector and shift directions, Helm Master offers

More Power, More Choices for Inshore, Offshore Yamaha Outboards

Give the people what they want. That is a theme for how Yamaha is rolling out enhancements to current outboards and rigging options.

Get Better Savings, More Value with Yamaha’s Fall Promotion

Fall is normally the “off-season” for boaters, and it’s also the best time of year to purchase a new Yamaha four-stroke outboard.

Yamaha’s Helm Master Takes Guesswork, Stress Out of Docking

Seasoned boaters know all too well the nuances of maneuvering a big boat in tight spaces. Running longer distances, handling big waves, and more room and storage for gear and passengers are advantages of a big boat. What’s not so great about boats powered by multiple outboards is when it comes time to return to the dock. Maneuvering the big boat into tight spaces, and into waves and current, takes years of experience. Unless you are a seasoned boat captain that is not an option, at least for the average boater.

Crankbaits Often Fool Late Autumn, Early Winter Bass

As water temperatures continue to cool now during the late autumn and early winter months, bass fishermen often tie on topwater lures in hopes of having a final flurry of surface action

Freshwater Flushing Adds Years to the Life of an Outboard

  Freshwater Flushing Adds Years to the Life of an Outboard   Most of us take good care of our marine equipment. We wash and wax our boats and outboards, change the oil and oil filter regularly, and replace the fuel filters, but what about your outboard’s cooling system. Unfortunately, it is often overlooked in […]

Fishing Slower Often Produces Larger Bass

  Fishing Slower Often Produces Larger Bass  Pro Mark Davis Likes Carolina Rig Plastics For Big Fish Now   The prime spring spawning season for catching big bass may be over, but that doesn’t mean Mark Davis stops fishing for them. If anything, the Yamaha Pro and former Bassmaster Classic® champion concentrates that much harder on […]

Confidence, Past History Led Tharp to First Elite Title

  Confidence, Past History Led Tharp to First Elite Title Earlier Success on Other Ozark Lakes Gave Yamaha Pro Lure Choice, Location   Whenever you’re fishing a lake you’ve never been on before, look for cover or structure that lets you fish your favorite lure and technique and gives you confidence. That’s the advice of […]