Yamaha Marine Group Welcomes Spencer Deutz to Walleye Pro Team
MINNESOTA ANGLER BRINGS ADDITONAL TALENT TO 2015 ROSTER
Yamaha Marine Group announced today that walleye angler Spencer Deutz has joined Yamaha’s 2015 Walleye Pro Fishing Team.
“We are thrilled to welcome Spencer as one of our newest Yamaha Pro Anglers,” said David Ittner, Tournament and Pro Staff Manager, Yamaha Marine Group. “Spencer is a very talented professional and great addition to the team.”
Deutz is from Moorhead, Minn., and has been fishing professionally since 2011. During the past four years, he has fished 27 tournaments, and has qualified for the 2012 National Team Championship as well as the 2012, 2013 and 2014 World Walleye Championships.
“I am thrilled to be part of the Yamaha team,” said Deutz, “Yamaha creates the most reliable products on the market and it’s a privilege to have these amazing outboards powering my Ranger® Boat. Yamaha supports some of the best walleye anglers in the country and I’m honored to be on the team.”
“Each year we are presented with the opportunity to acquire professional anglers for our team, and Spencer is our latest example of the kind of experience and talent that we seek year after year. Together, we look forward to another fantastic year,” said Ittner.
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