The Highs and Lows of Deer Hunting

Whitetail hunting has its moments. Some good, some bad. This video shares Yamaha Outdoors' Scott Newby first handgun hunting experience and his encounter with giant 8 point buck. GEAR IN THIS VIDEO Yamaha Wolverine X2 Side-by-Side: https://bit.ly/2TqPMsE Performance Center® 460 XVR: https://bit.ly/2GpA8dQ Bog Pod Shooting Sticks: https://bit.ly/2s4vPMG Garmin VIRB® Ultra 30 Action Camera: https://bit.ly/2s8qNPj Cabela's... Continue Reading →

Why You Need a Garmin VIRB When Hunting

One thing we like to do when it comes to hunting is to take along a few Garmin Virb Action Cameras. We can mount these cameras practically anywhere and it gives us a better angle on the hunt and can capture the raw emotion all at once. VIDEOSPECS Performance: 4K/30fps; 2.7K/60fps; 1080p/120fps; 720p/240fps and 480p/300fps... Continue Reading →

Close Encounters with Crossbows and Handguns

This episode of the Yamaha Whitetail Diaries takes a look at a crossbow hunt out of a pop-up blind with our own Kevin Giesecke, we'll check out his heart rate with the Garmin Virb and new TenPoint Crossbow models. Then we'll head out with Yamaha's Steve Nessl on a handgun hunt with Smith & Wesson Performance Center's 44 Mag handgun.

Innovations in Bow Hunting

Yamaha Whitetail Diaries takes you on a hunt with the the new Garmin Xero bow sight and what it brings to the sport of archery and bow hunting. Know the range, and shoot the exact pin with minimal movement using Garmin Xero bow sights. We see the Garmin Xero in action on several hunts in this episode!

Introducing the Garmin Xero Laser Bow Sight

  Garmin is excited to announce the Xero A1 and A1i, two groundbreaking auto-ranging digital laser bow sights that automatically measure the distance to a target and provide a precise, virtual lighted pin for the shot. The first-of-their-kind Xero bow sights are being announced in conjunction with the 2018 Archery Trade Association (ATA) Trade Show in Indianapolis,... Continue Reading →

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