Looking for a Kenai Peninsula Deep Creek steelhead fishing Guide? We can help you out with a guided trip on this beautiful small river. We offer 8 hour full day excursions on light tackle or fly rod for Deep Creek. There are many runs that hold good numbers of fish throughout the fall and this is one of my favorite steelhead streams on the Kenai Peninsula. Fresh fish push in with each tide in the fall and there are days where multiple fish are caught. Add a steelhead trip to your Kenai river rainbow trout fishing trip or just pursue steelhead it’s up to you. There have been falls where I spend over 35 days walking the banks of our local steelhead waters and just the thought of hooking up on one keeps me going back. It is steelhead fishing and these contrary fish can be difficult at times but when it is on it is on! The season is here and if you are interested in a hard fighting fish that will reward you with long runs, cartwheels and jumps before you bring it to hand, this is your trip.
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King salmon and sockeye salmon combo trips over a couple days can make for an action packed fishing trip. A Father and son booked the boat for 4 days for a Kenai salmon fishing experience. 2 days of king salmon fishing and 2 days of sockeye salmon fishing.
I couldn’t think of a better way to close out the month of July than with Dustin and Jeff (aka Fred). They are a fun group and really appreciated the time they spent with each other.
Ill see you guys next year.
It’s starting to get dark at night now and that only means steelhead, rainbow trout, dolly garden And silver Salmon fishing is right around the corner.
Give us a call and we will get you lined up on your next fishing adventure on the alaska Kenai peninsula.
Kasilof river fishing for king salmon today has been good. I caught a nice 40 pound fish earlier in the trip and when we got down to meet the incoming tide a flurry of fish hit us head on. We had several take downs landed one and had a fish almost spool us before we got off anchor. The end of the Kenai peninsula king salmon season is shaping up to be very good.
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Alaska fly out fishing is one of the best ways to see the state and to get into some of the best fly fishing waters in the world.
Today we fished for arctic grayling in a high mountain setting. The folks caught over a hundred fish with some reaching 16-17 inches. On a 4 weight fly rod with 6x tippet, the larger fish put up an excellent struggle. Some won and some didn’t. All of them were put back unharmed for the next group though!
If you are interest in some of the best grayling fishing that i have found on the fly or light spin give us a call anytime.
Prices vary depending on the length of the flight.
Kasilof river king salmon fishing the last two weeks of July can be very exciting. There is little time left to pursue these fish this season but if its on your list for a must do give us a call right away. We will try our best to make it happen.
Yesterday’s bite was a bit slower but we managed to put a few in the cooler for the folks. They were not the biggest kings in the river but they offered a great take down and fight for the guys.
We had this young bill moose cross right in front of us. I saw him coming and had the guys pull there lines or we would have had a moose on!!
July rainbow trout fishing has been excellent on the Kenai river. Fishing Behind all the sockeye anglers has been the ticket here lately. I’ve been running a 9′ leader with flesh or egg patterns and picking up fish through put the day. There is a lot of food in the system now and it should only get better as the season goes on!
Give us a call and we will do our best to put you on a big Kenai river rainbow trout!
Kasilof king salmon trips are a great way to spend a day on your Alaska vacation. Today we are sitting on the incoming tide gimping for a good push of fish to show up! We were able to pick one nice fish up on our way down today and are lolling for 3 more.
The Kenai river July sockeye salmon fishing season has been a blast. We already have over 800,000 fish in the Kenai River And the limit has increased to six fish per person. Fishing should continue to be good until The middle of August
Fishing on the Kenai River doesn’t get much better and the weather this year has been as good as I Have ever seen it. For booking information please call 907-382-6808
Resurrection bay fly fishing when the silver salmon are in is a great way to spend a day in Alaska. No wind and 75 degrees is a recipe for a great day on the salt.
I was throwing a Jim teeny super magnum sinking line and was able to entice a lot of silver salmon to take the fly.
Many other species were caught on bait and tackle but whenever I can entice a fish to take the fly it makes the day so much sweeter! Fly fishing or just fishing trips are available and we are happy to Getty lined up.
Give us a call at 907-382-6808 or email is from here on the sight.
In the spring alaska lake trout fishing can be very productive. I took a few days to go to a secret little nook in Alaska about 500 miles from soldotna the other night. I drove fished and drove home in just 2 days with a little nap along side the road. I had one of the most epic night of fly fishing lake trout that I could have expected. The lake trout took white deceiver flies viciously and often. I used a 200 grain teeny sink tip to start and ended up with a floating line swinging the same fly! Once the fishing slowed down later in the evening I had a chance to break out my Loomis 3 piece glx 7 foot casting rod with a crank bait. I haven’t had the opportunity to fish this rod in a long time. I hit another dozen fish and called it an evening! The lake trout were between 4 and 8 pounds and hard fighting fish.
The grayling fishing was as good as it gets as well. I also had a bamboo rod with me that I hadn’t fished in 6 years and made sure I worked that rod for a while as well!
Anytime you are planning on practicing catch and release make sure you have a rubber net with you. This is easiest on the fish and also on you too.
Give us a call and we can talk about lining up your next fishing vacation in Alaska