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Kawasaki is about to join the booming Jet Ski fishing market with a new model called the Angler. It is based on the latest Kawasaki Ultra 160 LX-S but has a unique colour scheme and is ready to go fishing – as a turn-key solution and a complete package – straight off the showroom floor.
The 2025 Kawasaki Ultra 160 LX-S Angler is the company’s answer to the booming Jet Ski fishing market – and a rival to the Sea-Doo Fish Pro series and Yamaha FX HO WaveRunner JetFish.
The hugely successful Sea-Doo Fish Pro range now has its most serious competitor to date. Meet the Yamaha FX HO JetFish Edition in this head-to-head test.
Jet Ski fishing enthusiasts in Australia now have the choice of another ‘turn-key’ solution ready to go, straight off the showroom floor. Following the success of the Sea-Doo Fish Pro series – which now extends to three models: Scout, Sport and Trophy – Yamaha WaveRunner has finally launched its take on the Jet Ski fishing theme. Meet the 2023 Yamaha FX HO JetFish edition, based on the popular Yamaha FX HO WaveRunner but with a load of unique, factory-backed accessories available as a complete package.
More than a decade in the making, Yamaha Australia has introduced a Jet Ski decked out for fishing. Meet the Yamaha FX HO JetFish, a rival to the Sea-Doo Fish Pro series.
The booming Jet Ski fishing market is about to get a new entrant in Australia, with a ‘turn-key’ solution coming soon from Yamaha WaveRunner – to take on the popular Sea-Doo Fish Pro series.
The first shipments of the 2022 Sea-Doo Fish Pro Trophy have arrived in local showrooms ahead of schedule, but there is one thing missing.
New Zealand Jet Ski fishing expert Andrew Hill – who helped create the Sea-Doo Fish Pro – has taken delivery of one of the first examples of the Trophy edition.
Australian Sea-Doo dealers and customers have been left high and dry after a large batch of Fish Pro models due in the coming weeks was pushed back to August at the earliest.
Sea-Doo has expanded the market for fishing off a Jet Ski or personal watercraft, with the world’s first dedicated ready-to-ride model. However, former favourite Yamaha is still in the game.
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