For Your Fishing Adventure

We will be happy to give you information about booking your trip.We no longer schedule you bookings for adventures on the Kenai.

Halibut fishing on Cook Inlet, May 15 through September 15. Deep Creek is a 45 minutes drive from the resort. Full day fishing on Cook Inlet in a 26 to 28 foot boat with cabin and toilet. You will depart from the beach at Ninilchik or Anchor Poine. The halibut run from 20 lb. to the record of 447 lb. Many of our guest come back with 100 to 300 lb. catches. Bag limit two per day. Day trips go according to the tides with two trips a day. Tackle and bait provided.
Kenai River for kings salmon, There are two runs of kings that enter the Kenai River, the early run is from Mid May to the end of June. The second run and the largest is from the first week of July to the end of July. The peak weeks for the second run is July 10 to July 30. The Kenai River supports the largest freshwater king salmon fishery in Alaska. The largest sport king caught weighed in at 97 lb.. The average at the resort has been 30 to 70 lb.. Trips are half day-morning 6 am to noon or afternoon- 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Tackle and bait provided.


Kasilof River Drift for king salmon, May 20, through August 30. The first run of salmon come into the Kasilof River where they are fished from drift boats. The Kasilof River is a 15 minute drive south of Soldotna. You will meet your guide and get started with your full day of fishing. Tackle and bait provided.

Middle Kenai River, June 15 through the end of Semptember. Drift boat fishing for salmon and trout. You will leave for Copper Landing, middle river is the spawning grounds for the king salmon and provide good fishing as the season progresses with the added bonus of trophy trout and dolly vardens. Trout are catch and release only. Tackle and bait provided.

Upper Kenai River, July 1 through October 31. Raft trip for trout & salmon- Drive to Copper Landing 45 minutes, float the upper Kenai River through the canyon into Skilak Lake. You can expect exciting fishing for red salmon, rainbow trout, and dolly varden. You may use fly or spinning gear. Bring your own fly tackle if you are flyfishing. Trout is catch and release only. Spinning tackle is provided.



Silver Salmon on the Kenai. Day trips are 8 1/2 hours half days are 5 hours. August 15 through October 20. The silver salmon start into the river system in August and continues through October. These fish can be caught from the bank or from a boat. The guides will either bank troll or anchor up at the many fishing holes. Silvers run from 7 to 20 lb. and are an excellent fighting fish. Spinning tackle is provided.

Flyout fishing tours


Wolverine Creek flyout for reds, June 10 through July 15. A 20 minutes flight, west across Cook Inlet to Big Lakes, you will fish from the bank or by boat on Wolverine Creek along with the bears as they like salmon too, your guide will assist you in fishing as well as bear patrol (no one has been eaten by the bears, can't say the same about the Alaskan mosquito). Tackle and bait provided. Price per person $325.00

Kustatan River Flyout for Silvers, July 25 through August 30. Fly over to the Kustatan River a short 20 minutes from Kenai and enjoy the feisty antics of the silver salmon. You will fish along the bank and move from fishing hole to hole down the river. Your guide may cook a fresh silver on the bank while you are fishing. Tackle and bait provided.

nusNushagak flyout to Bristol Bay for king salmon.

June 26 through July 15. Fly through Lake Clark Pass to the Bristol Bay Area. The flight time will be about two hours, crossing over the Alaska Range to the Tundra country of Western Alaska. Meet your guide and fish either from the bank or a boat on the Nushagak River. The kings range from 15 to 60 lb., you have a bag limit of three per day. Tackle and bait provided.


susKing Salmon on the Chuit River. May 15 to June 10. Fly over the Cook Inlet to Tyonek, a native Alaskan Village where you will drive up the Susitna River to the fishing holes. Great for flying fishing.

You will need to bring personal items such as sun glasses, rain gear and warm clothes. Fishing license and tags can be purchased in Soldotna before you depart. The above dates of the fishing trips may change due to early or late runs, as well as the weather.


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