Scott will provide a recap of the recent Yamaha Turkey Bass Smash where his quest for a third title with partner Wade Middleton was upended by team Wendlandt and Paulanik. Both challenging conditions hunting and fishing due to an extended period of drought in Texas and fierce competitors set the stage for a tough event. Even though they came up short this year, Scott says he was thrilled to get a turkey and highlights the exciting hunt for his bird.
Warming weather has people anxious to get back outside and start recreating again and that means, for many, a kick-off to the riding season. Whether you're on an ATV or Side-by-Side, there are plenty of destinations across the country to explore. If you're planning a trip, Scott says it pays to think ahead so you stay in compliance with all rules/regulations/permit requirements. There is no one size fits all rule so Scott encourages riders to do a little research ahead of time and purchase the permits they need to avoid any unnecessary problems. He says Yamaha dealers are often a great source of information for riders who want recommendations on good riding spots in the area and what kind of permits are required locally.
If you don't have a Yamaha ATV or Side-by-Side or you just don't want to have to trailer yours across the country, there are still plenty of opportunities to explore incredible locations with Destination Yamaha. The large network of Destination Yamaha Partners all over the country cater to riders looking for new and fun locations to experience, and they provide Yamaha ATV and Side-by-Side rentals to do so. Some of these incredible Destination Yamaha locations include: Moab, Denali Park, Pagosa Springs, Bigfork, Huntington Beach and so many more. Having access to places and rentals like those in the Destination Yamaha network makes it possible for people to take their adventure further and experience places they may not have been able to otherwise.