On the world famous Kenai River some people catch Alaska salmon that outweigh
their own body weight. The largest race of king salmon known in the
world enters the glacial, turquoise waters of the Kenai River each year.
The present sport fishing world record for king salmon was set on May
17, 1985 on the Kenai River and now stands at 97 lbs. 4 ozs.; that giant
salmon was not alone that day in the Kenai, because our Alaska salmon
fishing guide service
landed an 85 pound salmon that same morning. Our guests have over the
years taken hundreds of giant Kenai king salmon over 50 pounds on our
guided sportfishing trips.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Some Advantages of
Being Our Guests:
Easy access by
jet to Anchorage International Airport (flights from the "lower 48" states
usually arrive in 4-10 hours).
Anchorage the paved Sterling Hwy. leads you through the scenic Chugach
Mountains to our headquarters at Soldotna in about 3 hours.
Modern "condominium style" lodging.
Some of the finest trophy salmon, halibut and trout fishing
in the world.
Our costs run about 50% less as compared to fly-out lodges in
Kenai Jim and his wife
Ruth will do their best to help make your adventure to Alaska a successful
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Your Alaska vacation can be very accessible and affordable for those who want an adventure to the Land of the Midnight Sun. Our Alaska Lodge is easily accessible from Anchorage International Airport. Most visitors
fly into Anchorage and rent a vehicle to take the three hour (150 miles)
scenic drive through the Chugach Mountains to our location at Soldotna,
Soldotna is Russian for "soldier" and is a small community of
about 5000 residents founded upon the banks of the Kenai River. Our sister
city of Kenai is located at the mouth of the Kenai River about 10 miles away
and is about the same size as Soldotna.
You will find the Kenai Peninsula surrounded by water and
wilderness. You can experience the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, the
Harding Icefields, the Kenai Fjords, numerous lakes, rivers, volcanoes, and
glaciers; yet, you can also access our modern supermarkets, restaurants, and