Farmington brown at dark
Gacka River rainbow
Armstrong Creek brown
Armstrong Creek in late summer
Pennsylvania wild brown
East Branch Delaware River
Eastern green drake
Green drake imitations
Connetquot River brookie
Minipi Labrador brookie
Oak Orchard Creek steelhead
Striped bass release
Nantucket striped bass
"Humboldt squid" for stripers
Scott Lake pike
Genesee River steelhead
Minipi River brookie
Lower Keys tarpon with Bruce Chard
Minipi River bookie
Great Bear Lake in Summer
Bob Jacklin at mouth of the Madison
The Henry's Fork of the Snake River
Surprise bonefish at Marquesas
JF releases a well earned Marquesas permit
Nueltin Lake lake trout
Paul Arden and a sundown grayling
Oak Orchard steelhead
Small sulpher on East Branch Delaware River
John Field- About
Presentations, Signings & Demonstrations
- May Casting Clinic- TBA
First book: Fly-casting Finesse: Reviews!
Second book: ACA's Beginner's Guide to Fly Casting- Details
First I wrote the advanced book, here comes the beginner's book!
Third Book: Trophy Striped Bass on a Fly- Details
Spring 2019 Publication!
American Casting Association
Besides writing the ACA casting book, I'm sorting and organizing all the photo/audio media from the 1940s to 2000 from ACA's Netherton Archive and Collection. Digitizing and sharing could take me a couple years!
Mianus Chapter of Trout Unlimited
I'll be heading a stream clean-up and invasive plant removal on my local West Branch of the Saugatuck River this spring.
I'm lining-up striper guides from spring-winter to catch and photograph fish for my upcoming striper book. Locally, I wouldn't mind taking a break from writing to trout fish before I get started. The first hatch are stone flies!
New Site Colors Taken from GLoomis Fly Rod
The background is cork colored, the main font color is from the anodized reel-seat and the nav buttons and copyright bar are the blank, windings and logo colors. I did this with the use of the Adobe Color CC app and camera on my iPhone. Since I have an Adobe Creative Cloud account, the color swatches appeared in my other Adobe color panels automatically!