No other area of Alaska offers more accessible fishing and recreational activities than the Kenai
Peninsula and the Kenai River which has produced the world record king salmon of over 97 pounds and 8 of the top 10 world record king salmon. In addition to the large runs of king salmon (80000+) fish, the Kenai
River usually has a run of a million red salmon, 300000 silver salmon, and, in even number years, millions of pink salmon.
Trophy trout and Dolly Varden also inhabit the river in great numbers. On the Kenai Peninsula the fishing season is long - running from early May until late October. Visiting fishermen can easily take advantage of off peak summer airfares and still have an excellent Alaska fishing vacation.The Affordable Alaska Fishing Guide is located in a quiet area on the Kenai River about 15 minutes drive from the town of Soldotna and only 2 1/2 hours from Anchorage.The Kenai Peninsula offers a visiting fisherman much more than the finest and most accessible fishing in Alaska.This easy accessibilty to scores of fishing spots along the many rivers and lakes on the Kenai Peninsula makes an Alaska fishing trip to the Kenai really affordable. While the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers and Cook Inlet require experienced guides and equipment, when not guided on those waters, a self guided angler can fly fish, spin fish and bait fish on his own with success.. Clamming, hiking, canoeing are just a few more of the self guided Alaska fishing activities available. You can see the real Kenai Peninsula on your Alaska fishing trip and in an area of less than 1 person per square mile there is opportunity to be one with nature in Alaska without spending a fortune.The affordable Alaska fishing guide is always ready to tell you about these opportunities