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Alaska - the Great Land

The Aleuts called it Alyeska - the Great Land. A place of soaring peaks, sweeping landscapes, and mighty rivers. Everything in Alaska seems larger than life. It is the Last Frontier, Alaska isn't just a place you visit, it's a feeling you experience, and remember for a lifetime. This majestic landscape borders two oceans and three seas, with a 47,300-mile coastline. Alaska boasts over three million lakes, 3,000 rivers, 1,800 islands, and more than 100,000 glaciers.

eagle The Kenai Peninsula is known as the play ground of Alaskans. Most of the commercial planes land in Anchorage from the lower 48. We truly have the best of the best, from rugged mountain peaks and active volcanoes, to Alaskan animals, and more! The famous Kenai River rivers teeming with fish including several species of salmon, and the worlds biggest king salmon. The record king salmon caught in 1985, weight in at 97.4 pounds. You can fly down to the peninsula a 20 min. flight with SouthCentral Air or ERA. You can rent a car at the airport and drive down to the Kenai Peninsula. Anchorage to Soldotna is about 160 miles and if you drive straight down it is about 3 1/2 hours. But there are many places to stop along the way, Portage glacier, Wildlife view farm, you will travel down Turnagain Arm and through the Kenai Mt. Range.

Sport fishing licensesLicenses
Resident Nonresident
1 Day Sport Fishing License $20
3 Day Sport Fishing License $35
7 Day Sport Fishing License $55
14 Day Sport Fishing License $80
Annual Sport Fishing License $145
Sport Fishing License for the Blind $0.25

http://www.admin.adfg.state.ak.us/license/ Apply for fishing license on line.

Alaskan Wildlife Bring film, or you may not believe your eyes. From shoreline skyline, over 400 species share this land. You'll have a variety of opportunities to view Alaska's wildlife in settings of spectacular beauty. Alaska offers the ultimate in wildlife viewing. From the mighty brown bears, to colorful puffins and curious sea otters, Alaska teems with life. Some of that wildlife is the famous Alaskan mosquito, we do have lots of places to buy repellent bear

Alaska weather in the summer can range from 50's to 70's on the peninsula, we have rain, cloudy days and sunshine. When packing for your trip, think layers, wear more in the morning and on the water and be able to peel off in the afternoon or on beautiful hikes up to a pristine lake.

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