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  • valdez halibut guide

    hey all
    im looking for a good guide for halibut at the end of may i talked my wife into going fishing instead of a honey moon...:topjob:
    thanks

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    Captiandd on this forum guides out of Valdez. I have never fished with him but you will not find a nicer boat than his. I suggest you PM him, and possibly do a search on his past posts here.
    2009 Seawolf 31'
    www.seawolfmarine.com
    Fully Loaded

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    • #3
      Here is a list of boats that should be active at the end of May in Valdez.
      Valdez Gulf of Alaska Charter Boats
      http://www.alaskan-adventures-unlimited.com/ 907-440-9148
      http://www.harvestcharters.com/ 907-388-0159
      http://www.orioncharters.com/ 907-835-8610
      http://www.seaclusionsaltwater.com/ 907-831-0754 web site not working
      http://www.sharktoothcharters.com/ 907-351-8853
      Reel Pleasure Charters 907-835-5561 no web site
      www.fishvaldez.com 907-322-6392

      Local Booking Agencys
      http://www.fishcentral.net/
      http://www.easyfreezeinc.com/
      http://www.eaglesrestrv.com/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jrogers View Post
        Captiandd on this forum guides out of Valdez. I have never fished with him but you will not find a nicer boat than his. I suggest you PM him, and possibly do a search on his past posts here.
        I think I'd pay him charter fee just to ride on that boat. Yes, comment is dripping with envy. Sweet looking ride!
        In 1492 Native Americans discovered Columbus lost at sea
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        If I come across as an arrogant, know-it-all jerk, it's because I am

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        • #5
          Captaindd....nice of you to post that list of Valdez charters and bookies. Now...after those couple of comments I and I'll bet a bunch of others would like to see a picture of your boat, don't recall you posting on the "show your boat" thread...

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          • #6
            Ron just go to www.fishvaldez.com look under boat pictures.

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            • #7
              Thanks Captaindd, I know the Otter Dodger and I've met a couple of your happy customers, hear you on the radio all the time. Enjoyed your website, and I like your rates! That 36 hours trip sounds great, a lot better than going all that way out and back in one day, IMO and would incorporate a LOT of fishing time, plus the enjoyment and relaxation of an overnight...more people should try that!! I'll probably say HI! in Valdez sometime, maybe at the Totem...

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              • #8
                What's a boat like that cost?

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                • #9
                  In 2007 price was $275000. Had a customer price one in 2008 same boat $350000. Prices on engines and aluminum keep going up.

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