Skip to main content Skip to main content

New Field Watch Built for Hunting, Fishing

Hook + Gaff covers whitetail hunting to fly fishing, and everything in between.

New Field Watch Built for Hunting, Fishing

Hook + Gaff Field Watch

(From Hook + Gaff Watch Company) From hunting to fly fishing, and everywhere in between, the new Field watch was designed for the avid outdoorsman. Hook + Gaff Watch Company is now selling its Field watch online.

Built with functional comfort for guys and girls who like to get out and enjoy the outdoors, the new Field watch touts all of the necessary features to endure any excursion. To minimize wrist and hand irritation, the Field watch keeps with the signature left-side crown orientation found on all Hook + Gaff watches. Whether you’re casting, climbing or shooting in the field, this unique crown placement on the left side of the case prevents the watch crown from digging into the wearer’s wrist offering supreme comfort during all outdoor pursuits.

The Field watch utilizes a brushed 316L surgical stainless steel casing, versus the titanium casing used with the Sportfisher models, offering a slightly different style crown and look. Along with being the first Hook+Gaff watch to feature numerals at the hour markers – as is the case with most traditional field watches – Hook + Gaff designed their Field watch with both the standard and “military” numerals on the dial. Gash Clayton, co-founder and designer of Hook+Gaff, designed the watch dials to be available in three unique colors – tan, gray blue, and navy.

Plus, the Field watch houses a highly sought-after custom Swiss quartz movement, as well as Swiss Super-Luminova™ illumination technology. This lights the watch hands and hour markers, with no additional battery needed to charge it – the Super-Luminova™ gains power from light, both natural sunlight and artificial indoor light.


Hook + Gaff presents this watch with the all-new interchangeable Cordura® strap, available in gray, black, navy, sand, olive, and orange for hunting. Cordura® is a registered trademark and patented woven nylon fabric. Pair the new Field watch with the all-new Cordura® strap and you have a watch that is tough, durable and built to withstand the most adverse outdoor conditions. With this watch, you can switch up your function or style for any activity with interchangeable strap designs in Italian Rubber Dive, Hand-Stitched Leather, and Cordura®.


“In the field or on the water, our new Field watch is going to perform at its highest level,” said Michael Sims, owner and founder of Hook + Gaff. “We built this watch with the outdoorsman in mind. Features such as the left-side crown placement and 316-L brushed surgical stainless steel screw-down case makes this watch extremely comfortable and functional in all outdoor activities.”

Specifications

  • Left-side crown orientation for supreme comfort in an active lifestyle
  • 316-L brushed surgical stainless steel screw-down case
  • Dive watch certified and water-tight up to 200m/660 ft.
  • Anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
  • Swiss Super-Luminova™ hands and hour markers
  • Custom 41mm case
  • Swiss quartz movement
  • Ability to switch up your style with 24 interchangeable straps in Italian Rubber Dive Strap, Hand-Stitched Leather, and all-new Cordura®

For more information about Hook + Gaff Watch Company and their products, visit HookandGaff.com, and find them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Get Your Fish On.

Plan your next fishing and boating adventure here.

GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.

Recommended Articles

Popular Videos

Beyond the Bait: Are Bladed Jigs Good Baits for Catching Smallmouth?

Beyond the Bait: Are Bladed Jigs Good Baits for Catching Smallmouth?

Bladed jigs are one of the hottest trends in bass fishing right now, but what makes them so effective? In this episode of Beyond the Bait, we'll answer that question especially as it relates to smallmouths and go over some tactics that will result in more hookups.

Crash Course: How to Fish Bass-Rich Shoreline Points

Crash Course: How to Fish Bass-Rich Shoreline Points

In this episode of "Crash Course," host Shane Beilue covers techniques for catching bass on shoreline points. When your time is limited, target points to intercept bass throughout the day.

How to Work Berkley

How to Work Berkley's Agent E Swimbait with Edwin Evers

MLF bass pro Edwin Evers features theĀ botton-dwelling Agent E, including the innovative weed guard and embedded rattle. With Game & Fish's Adam Heggenstaller at ICAST 2021 in Orlando.

See All Videos

Magazine Cover

GET THE MAGAZINE Subscribe & Save

Digital Now Included!

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Give a Gift   |   Subscriber Services

PREVIEW THIS MONTH'S ISSUE

Buy Digital Single Issues

Don't miss an issue.
Buy single digital issue for your phone or tablet.

Buy Single Digital Issue on the Game & Fish App

Other Magazines

See All Other Magazines

Special Interest Magazines

See All Special Interest Magazines

GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.

Get the top Game & Fish stories delivered right to your inbox every week.

Phone Icon

Get Digital Access.

All Game & Fish subscribers now have digital access to their magazine content. This means you have the option to read your magazine on most popular phones and tablets.

To get started, click the link below to visit mymagnow.com and learn how to access your digital magazine.

Get Digital Access

Not a Subscriber?
Subscribe Now