Yamaha pro Spencer Deutz and his wife, Carley, brought in 29.86 pounds to take home the winnings for the final AIM Weekend Walleye Series at the Devils Lake AWWS Warrior Boats Open in North Dakota on July 10.
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BALTIMORE — The Yamaha Marine Group opened its two-day summer media event Tuesday night at the National Aquarium here with the introduction of an upgraded version of its largest outboard engine, the F350C.
Yamaha Marine Group said it helped WoundedNature.org by donating an F115 outboard engine and propeller.
The Yamaha Marine Group named Brad Dreyer social media coordinator for its marine marketing department.
Yamaha Marine Group introduced its new 5.3-liter F350C, which now provides five years of limited warranty coverage.
Yamaha Marine Group announced Tuesday new mechanical control versions of its 225- and 250-hp 4.2-liter V6 Offshore outboards, available as the F250XB in both left and right-hand rotation, and the F225XB in right-hand rotation only.
Yamaha Marine Group donated a 40-horsepower engine to the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach, Calif., to assist rescue efforts of marine mammals along the California coast.
Yamaha Marine Group named Jonathon Burns general manager of Precision Propeller Industries, an independently operated subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Corp. U.S.A. and the company that produces all Yamaha-branded stainless-steel propellers.
Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott submitted three candidates to Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker to fill the state’s open seat on the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council.
Yamaha Marine Group today announced the promotion of Bill Boehman to vice president of the Yamaha Marine Group’s operations and manufacturing.