Your first choice for professional, experienced charter service in south central Alaska! Completely dedicated to providing anglers with the finest possible sports fishing experience. Popular packages include:

  • Single Day Trips
  • Multi-day Fishing
  • Personalized Hunts
  • Combination Charters
  • Glacier and Sightseeing Tours
  • Kayak Excursions

feesFees Custom Seafoods

Whittier’s own custom seafood processing, serving both sports and
commercial fishermen alike. Wonderful family-owned business, offering vacuum packing, shipping and freezing for your catch. (Proud owners of one of the best views in Whittier! Stop by their shop, grab some delicious seafood, and sneak a peek through their spotting scope!)


Alaska Good Time Charters

Multi-day fishing, sightseeing, and hunting on the comfortable 53′ vessel, The Good Times. Established in 1991, Captain David Pinquoch always delivers unforgettable adventures on the waters of Prince William Sound.

Weather, Webcams and Tides

State of Alaska

Within Whittier

Wilderness Retreats and Lodging

Port Ashton Lodge

Located at the historic Port Ashton Packing Company site, Port Ashton Lodge provides modern comfortable accommodations in remote Western Prince William Sound, Alaska. They offer both full-service lodging and self-service cabin rentals. The lodge is owned and operated by the Talvi families, life-long Alaskans who enjoy sharing their special place in wild Alaska with you.

Guests at the Port Ashton Lodge can enjoy fishing charters, wildlife viewing, scenic tours, photography, kayaking, and beach combing.

Alyeska Resort

Fine Art and Gift Shops



Epic Charters: Captain Brooke Whip can haul you and your kayak anywhere in Prince William Sound! Their Alaskan guides can help you access the backcountry for skiing and rock climbing. Expert advice on camping sites, anchorages, where to encounter specific wildlife, glacier viewing, and natural ecology.


Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center: View native wildlife currently being cared for at the rehabilitation center. Don’t forget to sign up for their upcoming Bison Run Wild 5K! Not an Alaskan resident? They have a virtual runner option…donate and help raise funds to care for Alaska’s animals.

Alaska Sealife Center

Alaska Railroad

The Magic Bus: Transfers to/from the cruise ports of Whittier and Seward, trips North to Talkeetna and Denali National Park, Alyeska Ski resort and services in Anchorage. They offer vehicle sizes ranging from upscale 11 passenger vehicles, Limobus style 16 seat motorcoaches, 28 seater mid-size motorcoaches and full size 55 passenger motorcoaches.

Prince William Sound Museum: Founded in 2003, the museum contains 25 exhibits presented within a 1200 square foot space donated by the Shen family at the Anchor Inn. The exhibits tell the story of Whittier’s history as a military port and rail terminal and reflect upon Alaska’s military heritage during World War II and the Cold War.

Alaska Sea Kayakers: Sea kayaking day tours, multi-day trips, wilderness camping
and Ggacier viewing in Prince William Sound, Alaska.

Alaska Airlines

Major Marine Tours

Phillips’ Cruises & Tours-Glacier Quest Cruise

Alpine Air Alaska

Avis Alaska

Bear Valley Road Runner


Alaska News

General Alaska Outdoors

The Alaska Outdoors Supersite contains extensive Alaska fishing and other outdoor information. Also available: Alaska fishing books and video, fishing news and forums on Alaska fishing, hunting, shooting, boating and more.

Deltana Outfitters: Specializes in Alaska Peninsula brown bear hunts, and Dall sheep hunts in the wilderness of the Alaska Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Other Alaska Web Resources

ABC Motorhome Tours: A great Way to see Alaska!

Delta Junction Community Website: Chock full of information about Delta Junction, Alaska and the “ALCan Highway.” All overland travelers to the state must travel the Alaska Highway.

Alaska Tent and Tarp: Tents, tarps, and coverings of all kinds. Plus, geomembranes/liners made for tough Alaska conditions.

Delta Meat & Sausage: High quality beef, pork, and game cutting in Delta Junction, Alaska.