Get a sea-run brook trout print to help benefit sea-run brook trout.
Flick Ford’s limited edition watercolor print of a Salter Brook Trout is available framed and matted in a cherry frame (as above) or as a print suitable for framing.
This print was created specifically by Flick Ford to benefit the Sea Run Brook Trout Coalition.
Only 100 of these prints, signed and numbered by the artist are available.
If you purchased a James Prosek Red Brook Trout print, our new Red Brook Salter print is framed and matted to compliment it beautifully.
If you wish to have a matching number, please identify in your order.
All proceeds go to benefit The Sea Run Brook Trout Coalition.
All print purchases come with a free 1 year membership in SRBTC.
|Ford Salter Print (Framed)||Ford Salter Print (Unframed)|
This unique limited edition print was generated from a painting commissioned by SRBTC from a photograph of a sea-run brook trout caught and released at Red Brook, in the Lyman Reserve in Wareham / Plymouth / Bourne MA.
Sales from the proceeds of these prints go directly toward funding ongoing research to understand the habits of these unique fish. Any findings are applied to help restore habitat that can enable sea-run brook trout to flourish as it once did in the past. Read more about SRBTC’s research projects here.
Without the funding secured by generous SRBTC supporters and partners, this work could not continue.
“We live in a time when our few successes with riverine rehabilitation must be tempered by our failures to protect our waters overall. If we do not act quickly to reverse our follies in water management for the benefit of all living things we will perish along with the fish we cherish. I’m hoping that viewing the breath-taking beauty of these creatures as portrayed simply in the style I employ will strike a sympathetic chord with all who view them.”
Read more about artist Flick Ford and his ongoing work here: https://www.flickford.com/
I just relcoated to the Red Brook area and as a C&R fly fisher would like to volunteer to help conserve this fishery and watershed, please add my email to your communications and list of intetested volunteers. Happy Holidays.
Thanks Tom – We’ll reach out to you directly. And extra special thanks for joining SRBTC!
If you get a chance, please visit our volunteer database and tell us a little about your self? You can do it there privately or here on the blog publicly if you like.
I hope you enjoy the holidays as well!