What is it that makes a good fishing watch? I've been a fly fisherman for over 40 years and I'm just now getting into watches. I hate the idea of taking a phone out while fishing, especially in pocket water—I like things deliberate and methodological—and hand winding a manual suits me well. I use a watch on the water all the time--timing hatches, the walk out at dusk, and all kinds of related things. But I need to maybe rethink the idea of a 'fishing watch'--which needs to be waterproof, easy to read in all kinds of weather, take a beating (if you're not falling sometimes you're not really fishing) and have a relatively low profile. For decades I have been using a modest but reliable Victorinox Swiss Army watch my wife bought me in the mid 1990s (I mentioned it in the 'lost watch' thread)--but it's now time for something else. When trout fishing I am usually fishing vintage split bamboo rods from the 1950s and 1960s--Payne, Thomas, and Paul Young--so my aesthetic leans towards unembellished functionality. I tie flies a lot too—so I am somewhat predisposed to nuanced details If anyone has ideas for good fishing watches, please share them--with pics, thanks.