Come experience a memorable day on the saltwater flyfishing the scenic Puget Sound and Hood Canal for our wild Searun Cutthroat trout.

RESERVATIONS CALL:

Capt. Wm. Mark Dalton

(360) 731-3145

IT'S NO SECRET that one of the greatest Searun Cutthroat destinations in the U.S. is right here in the saltwaters of the Puget Sound and the canals that surround all of us in the Pacific Northwest.

 

I have had such a great opportunity to flyfish these strong and colorful beauties for the last 30 years or so, and they keep me coming back for more.

 

The fishery here is active year-round and can be explored during any month if one is willing to contend with the elements of our wet and windy winter season.  Late March into December provides the best flyfishing with the peak being June through October.

Give us a call.  We will give you a saltwater experience that will turn moments into memories!

RATES:

1/2 Day - $325.00 - Snacks and cold beverages are provided.

Full Day - $435.00 - Includes lunch and cold beverages.

 

All flyrods and our favorite fly patterns are provided.

To provide my clients with the most productive trip we will be fishing the best tides possible, so departure times will change on a daily basis.

 

1 to 2 anglers will enjoy the comfort of flyfishing on our custom built Bay Boat.  Just sit back and allow Capt. Wm. Mark Dalton to pilot you to premier locations and prime casting positions to maximize your chances for a trophy catch.

We are always updating and refining our designs.  We do our best to ensure that what you see on this web site matches what you receive.  Slight variations in design may occasionally occur.

© Copyright 2020 Wm. Mark Dalton

All images and content © 2020 Dalton Art Studios.  Fishing is a passion that we hope to capture and share through Mark's classically rendered artwork.   Please fish responsibly and remember that we share the earth with all animals and they deserve our care and respect.

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