Kenai River Rainbow Trout Fishing in October is a great time to get out and experience the river. The crowds are starting to dwindle and the water levels usually are doing the same. The weather can get cold and snow will be in the forecast more than likely but the fish will be there.
Being new to fly fishing, Sam handled this fish like a pro. Great Job! When the tempuratures drop we will not remove the fish from the water so there isn’t as high of a mortality rate. Please respect this and we will do our best to get a quality picture of you catch. If we plan on harvesting a silver salmon this rule doesn’t apply!
Grayling are not a common fish in the Kenai river but we do catch one every once in a while. Today was the exception, we caught one 8″ arctic grayling today. Grayling will move into the kenai river later in the season to find food before the long winter sets in.
October fishing on the kenai river can be very productive. Silver salmon are spawning now and the Rainbow trout move right behind them to feed. If you would like a late season guide trip on the kenai river contact us anytime.
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