Video: Sea-Doo Ambassador Andrew Hill Takes His ’22 Trophy to Task


Easily one of the biggest surprise additions to the 2022 Sea-Doo lineup was BRP’s expansion of its singular Fish Pro into a trio of machines: the Fish Pro Scout (based on the GTI platform); the Fish Pro Sport (the standard ST3-based model); and the Fish Pro Trophy, a fully-equipped, top-of-the-line PWC fishing platform unlike anything offer by the OE’s before. To kick off the fishing season right, Sea-Doo rushed a pair of 2022 Fish Pros to its New Zealand ambassador, Andrew Hill who wasted little time putting the two machines to work.

Obviously, the Trophy would grab anyone’s attention first as it did with Andrew, who played a pivotal role in the early development of the Fish Pro program. Prior to his involvement, Hill was a consummate PWC angler, racking up over 10 years of experience directing fishing expeditions aboard Yamaha WaveRunners. Hill made the jump to a heavily-customized GTX 155 with its own 7-inch GPS fish finder, navigation lights, dual battery harness and ersatz cooler system. It didn’t take long for Sea-Doo to catch wind of Hill’s exploits and the rest is history.

The 2019 Fish Pro set the groundwork for what would become BRP’s newest segment of Sea-Doos; the Trophy takes everything that the first Fish Pro established and raises the bar higher, with a live well, deck washing system, massive split-level cooler, a Garmin GPS and sounder system, it’s own deployable and dedicated anchor, a dual battery harness, full smart phone integration, multiple rod holders and positionable mounts, and of course, the industry’s first swivel seat.

Hill promises to illustrate every detail of his Trophy over the coming weeks so enjoy the video below and subscribe to his channel for new content coming shortly.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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