Non-Fishing Activities on the Kenai Pen

Non-Fishing Activities on the Kenai Pen

Whether you have the whole family in tow, or just need a day or two on the Kenai Peninsula that doesn’t involve a piscatorial pursuit, a good number of our guests ask us the question, “what else is there to do around here other than fishing?” While die-hard anglers...
Dressing For Alaska

Dressing For Alaska

It’s no secret that Alaska’s weather can be…. Unpredictable. One minute you might be shivering in a hard downpour accompanied by a brisk wind, while the next minute you’re stripping off layers to bask in the warm sun. In addition, the weather can play tricks on you as...
5 Reasons to Buy Chest Waders

5 Reasons to Buy Chest Waders

In anticipation of a trip to Alaska, many people ask for a list of items they should bring bring along with.  I have gotten into the habit of always mentioning that breathable chest waders are nice to have, but not necessarily a mandatory item.  I say this because I...
When Should I Go To Alaska?

When Should I Go To Alaska?

What an impossible question to answer! First of all, if you stay between May and November, there’s not a bad time to visit the Last Frontier. But if you have specific goals or expectations for your trip, then you’re going to want to tune in your travel time, so...
Our King Salmon Policy

Our King Salmon Policy

King Salmon are the Kenai and Kasilof River’s most treasured species. Not only are they the largest species in each of these watersheds, they’re the largest of their kind in the entire world! Because these fish are genetically unique, relatively rare, so...