Clark and Kenta Capture a Yamaha Power Pay Bonus

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Clark Wendlandt can attest that if there’s any consolation to a second-place finish, a bonus from the Yamaha Power Pay program might very well be it.His fellow Elite Series pro, Kenta Kimura, will be the first to agree that one of the best parts of the program is you don’t have to win your tournament to take home a Power Pay bonus.

Just as he did at Okeechobee to begin the season, Wendlandt finished second at the Sabine River, and was awarded $2,500 from Yamaha. Kimura’s 9th place finish in Orange, Texas this past weekend was good enough for yet another of the many Power Pay checks he’s collected the past two years.

“I was running 45 miles one way to my best area this week. That’s 360 miles in just four days of competition, and I never had a hint of doubt about the reliability of my Yamaha,” said Wendlandt.

Kimura relates clearly to Wendlandt’s confidence in Yamaha’s quality.

“My favorite thing about my Yamaha is its durability. Since I switched to Yamaha two years ago, I’ve never had a breakdown,” said angler who designed the Deps squarebill crankbait he used to score his latest Top 10.

The confidence to make the long run and the knowledge that you don’t have to win the tournament to win the Yamaha Power Pay bonus are two fantastic reasons to power-up with a Yamaha and sign-up for the free Power Pay program.

In just four short years, Yamaha anglers of all levels, from college to the pros, freshwater and saltwater, redfish to walleye, have won nearly $1 Million dollars in Power Pay bonuses. You can’t win if you don’t sign up, so please visit get registered.