2020 was a year that many of us want to forget for myriad reasons, and it also claimed two big…
Suzuki’s new-for-2021 DF115BG and DF140BG 4-stroke outboards are the first in their class to offer all the advantages of drive-by-wire technology.
A look at the 2020 fishing boat options.
I had a chance to put about 20 hours of hard and fast (40-to-50mph) ocean running time on Suzuki’s DF350s down in Key West running 150-175 miles a day on a 36 Yellowfin CC and a 35 Contender CC with Capt RT Trosset and his son Capt Chris.
Historically in the world of two-stroke and four-stroke outboards, engines in the 115 to 150 HP range have typically adopted a V-4 or V-6 configuration.
It used to be that shipboard gyrostabilizers were the exclusive domain of supersized yachts and sportfishers.
The Fisherman brings you a first look at the brand new Suzuki DF350 A four-stroke outboard motor.
Check out the Evinrude ETEC G2 Outboard Motors which include such innovative features as I-Steer, I-Trim, I-Control, I-Link and I-Dock.
Suzuki’s new DF350A V-6 four-stroke outboard is a game changer that will certainly make both coastal anglers and competitors take…
It’s no secret that outboard-powered fishing boats are reaching new benchmarks, with some 60+ footers out there in the marketplace….
Since its introduction over a decade ago, Mercury’s supercharged Verado lineup has been making waves at coastal marinas with saltwater…
With a full-throttle RPM range of 5500-6300, the Honda BF100 is a high-performance, 4-cylinder, 1.5 liter (91.4 CID) four-stroke outboard…
Launched new for the 2017 model, Tohatsu’s 5 horsepower propane-powered outboard is sure to turn some heads dockside and appeal to those trying to make the world a better and cleaner place.
There’s a lot going on for Cali-based Suzuki Marine, celebrating 50 years in the USA this year with the introduction of the new DF200A 200-horsepower inline four-cylinder outboard motor leading the charge.
Yamaha’s revolutionary F200 I4 inline four-cylinder, four-stroke outboard should prove to be equally as popular in both new boat and repower applications. It follows the recent trend of many next-gen four-strokes to shed some pounds and get lighter on the transom. This in turn allows the boat to go faster and typically burn less fuel in the process.
The new 90 H.O. is the eighth member of Evinrude’s high output family, which also includes 250, 225, 200, 150,135,115 and 15 HP models.