Looking for a Good Time in Alaska? Alaska Good Time Charters!

Have you ever wanted to take the chance and fish for halibut in the pristine waters of Alaska? Well, now is your chance with Alaskan Halibut Charter fishing packages available. Alaska Good Time Charters has been operating since 1991 and is just sixty miles from Anchorage in Whittier. 2014 is gearing up to be an exciting year for the company as they are offering:
• Four to six day charters with lodging and meals
• Two to six day charters with lodging and meals
• Day trips
These options allow you to fish for the best halibut in the world and do it on a charter that is packed with everything you need to get started from guided fishing to home cooked meals. The following fish can be caught on these charters:
• Halibut
• Salmon
• Rock fish
• Ling cod
• Salmon sharks (on occasion)
There are also fresh water options for fishing that include:
• Dolly Varden
• Cutthroat
• Trout
• Salmon
The best part is that each group, typically 4 – 6 people, can customize their charter so that they can catch the fish that they want. Choose deep sea fishing for halibut or stream fishing for silver salmon
There are two boats available which will be able to suit smaller and larger parties alike. If you want true luxury, the 50’ M/V Good times is the boat for you. Aboard, guests will find:
• 3 Guest cabins
• 2 walk-in showers
• A large salon
• Covered cockpit
The 40’ M/V Fool’s Gold is a little less luxurious, but it comes at a more affordable price. This ship is meant for parties of 2 – 3.
Those that only want to go out and catch halibut will find that there are options from the end of May until mid-September that can accommodate up to 15 people at once. These charters are only for one day, but they offer all of the fun of a several day charter minus the expense.
Included in the services offered are the following:
• Guided fishing
• Tackle (no fly fishing)
• Bait
• Ice
• Fish cleaning
• Filleting
• Lodging
• Meals

Alaska Good Time Charters
P.O. Box 623
Whittier, AK 99693


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