Kenai River, Kasilof River and Cook Inlet Fishing Trips
Reputation and accessibility makes the mighty Kenai River one of the more popular destinations in Alaska for the opportunity to catch huge Chinook (King) Salmon, feisty Coho (Silver) Salmon, acrobatic Sockeye (Red) Salmon, wild resident Rainbow Trout, and Char. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, pampered with wildlife and full of adventure, the Kenai River is a lifetime experience that gets better every time you come visit.
The Kasilof River may be lesser known, however it is definitely no slouch when it comes to producing fish. Fed by Tustumena Lake and flowing out into the Cook Inlet, the Kasilof River produces the opportunity to catch Chinook (King) Salmon, Coho (Silver) Salmon, Sockeye (Red) Salmon, Rainbow Trout, and wild Steelhead. A drift boat is the best way to experience the Kasilof River.
Cook Inlet Halibut
Stretching 180 miles from the Gulf of Alaska to Anchorage, the Cook Inlet opportunity to catch halibut and salmon is only dwarfed by the pristine beauty of the land and sea scape. Halibut and Salmon run a plenty and the cold waters of the Cook Inlet produce some best bounty.
We can provide tackle and beginning instruction for those anglers wishing to try, or engage their own obsession for this sporting endeavor. We feature Echo rods and reels paired with AirFlo lines and custom tied flies for clients to entice a big wild rainbow trout, be it anadromous or resident. We also carry brands such as Sage Method Spey rods, and Buelah long rods, and Hatch reels. Or bring your own. Way fun!