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We have just received the below update from Scientific Anglers concerning further testing on the new AST Plus slickness additive. These figures are quite incredible and can truly be said that the AST Plus is a game changer in the manufacturing of fly lines.
When you read these figures the new Amplitude fly lines are the best value fly lines on the market.
Yamaha Motor Australia is excited to announce the release of the all new four-stroke 90 horsepower outboard engine, the new lightweight F90. This remarkable new engine bolsters Yamahas line up of class leading mid-range outboards from the award-winning F70 through to the top selling F130. The new F90 fills an important place within the Australian line up, delivering the perfect power option for the huge number of Aussie built boats rated to a maximum of 90 horsepower. Not only does this engine sit in a popular part of the market, it also delivers many new advantages that make F90 quite exceptional.
Yamaha Motor Australia is excited to announce the release of the highly-anticipated four-stroke, 25 horsepower outboard engine, the all-new lightweight F25 EFI. This fantastic addition to Yamaha’s four-stroke line up continues Yamaha’s proud tradition of producing exceptional small motors designed for durability, reliability and above all else, enjoyable time on the water. The new F25 is around 25% lighter and has been engineered for skippers who expect the very best in features, performance and efficiency from their small outboard.
The new F25 has been developed to exceed the performance and features of Yamaha’s 25N two-stroke, a motor that offered excellent performance and highly reliable operation that has powered Australian boaters for decades as well as improve on Yamaha’s existing F25. The all-new F25 has achieved all this and more. Its four-stroke, fuel injected design delivers even better performance and the kind of fuel economy that makes small boating affordable and extremely satisfying.
After the upgrade of the world famous BF2.3, Honda Marine continues to strengthen its line up of portable engines with the exciting launch of three new portable outboards; the BF4 (4hp), BF5 (5hp) and BF6 (6hp). These little beauties are packed with the very latest in Honda's technologies. The BF4, BF5 & BF6 range has been developed specifically to fill a boating niche, the best thing about this range is that they are incredibly portable, easy to start, and more comfortable to operate and will now go for longer!
The BF4, BF5 & BF6 are now lighter than ever (starting from a low 27kg) their lightweight nature and new carrying handle design enables the user to easily transport and store away the engines. The tiller handle can be fully folded to make the unit even more compact making storage even more convenient.
Looking to grab a rippa double deal this September on a Honda outboard?
Honda is pleased to announce that customers can now double their savings with up to a MASSIVE $2,000* off selected Honda outboards during September 2016!
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Penn Slammer III wins Best Saltwater Reel at iCast
Michael Guest (“Guesty”) and his mates are back for another season of Reel Action. The fishing show that focuses on technique and tackle to target Australia’s favourite fish will commence Series 4 Saturday, June 11 on ONE and Southern Cross nationally. Episodes will air 4.30pm Saturdays with encore viewings Sunday, 10.30am and Wednesday 8.30am.
Suzuki Marine and The Haines Group are urging consumers to deal directly with their local Suzuki Marine dealer when purchasing an outboard motor from their range after a number of scam websites were reported selling unauthorised motor.
The Mercury Dealer Sale is now on, and your local participating dealer has an amazing offer to get you on the water sooner. With savings of up to $750 on the 40–75hp Mercury FourStroke outboard range, plus a free stainless steel prop upgrade… and with a Mercury Finance offer of No Deposit and a LOW 3.99% comparison rate… there has never been a better time to power up.Such a good deal on such great engines – engines which will deliver the performance, reliability and efficiency to take your time on the water to a whole new level. Read all the details in this press release.
Tonic Polarised Eyewear, Australia’s leader in high performance sunglasses, is setting bold new trends for 2016 with its latest frame styles and a super-cool new Photochromic Grey glass lens.
Tonic’s new Trakker and Rise frames combine Tonic’s signature VistaView™ de-centred lenses and adjustable IntegraBridge™ for maximum viewing comfort all day long.
IntegraBridge™ features soft-feel pads which follow the contours of the frame when retracted and can adapt to a wide range of facial contours.
Trakker and Rise join Tonic’s ever-growing selection of styles that are just as much a fashion item as a high-performance fishing accessory.
Photochromic Grey glass is the perfect complement to stylish new frames, and to other Tonic unisex styles such as the smart Torquay and elegant Cove.
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