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- Type: Charters & Guides
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Alaska Good Time Charters - formally called Prime Time Charters is hosted by David Pinquoch and his wife Phyllis. Fishing adventures sail out of Whittier and offer guests of the charter a variety of guided adventures including Salmon and Halibut day and multi-day trips, hunting, and combinations of hunting and fishing trips.
Fishing with Alaska Good Time Charters
If you opt for a single day trip of fishing, it runs from 7 am and you are back at the dock at 6 pm. These are the protected waters around Prince William Sound and they are not only rich in Salmon and Halibut, but they are often calm.
The best time to fish Halibut is from May through August though the season is officially available from March through October; those earlier and later months are prone to poorer weather conditions.
If you are planning to target Salmon then the primary species to fish for here are Chum Salmon and Silver Salmon. There are Kings available but you will find the other two species in greater number. Also of note, Chum are the second largest of the five species of Pacific Salmon. They can hit the 35-pound mark and they are aggressive fighters. The best time to fish for Chum Salmon is from Mid-June until the earlier part of July. For Silver Salmon, the best time is mid-July through August.
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