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Sport Fishing Guide Service

                      Homer, Alaska                        

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Drift Boat Fishing 

Kenai River and Kasilof River on the Kenai Peninsula.

  

Kasilof River Drift Fishing

Full Day $250

 

Kenai River Drift Fishing

Full Day $275

Enjoy a day in our comfortable 18 Koffler Drift Boat, which can accommodate up to 5 fishermen.

All gear is provided for our drift boat trips, including rods/reels, tackle, flies, life jackets, hip boots or waders.

Captain Grant will have a hot thermos of coffee on board.

 

Kasilof River is a very productive river for King salmon in May into June, both Naturals and Hatchery fish. 

It has a consistent Sockeye run and tremendous Rainbow Trout fishing.

The Kasilof River is located just 15 miles south of Soldotna/Kenai on the Sterling Hwy.

We generally meet at the Sterling Hwy Bridge Landing or up at the Tustumena Lake landing to start our trips. 

The Upper Kasilof is from the Sterling Hwy Bridge to Tustumena Lake, with great Rainbow trout fishing and good Sockeye fishing. 

The lower Kasilof River, from the Sterling Hey Bridge to the ocean, has great King Salmon fishing for both

Natural and Hatchery Kings on certain days.   

 

Famous Kenai River is a World Class river with huge Rainbow Trout, Steelhead and Dolly Varden. 

Enjoy the beautiful glacier blue water of the Kenai as it makes it way from Kenai Lake in Cooper Landing, to the ocean. 

Located in the center of the Kenai Peninsula, the Kenai R. has three main sections. 

Lower River – From the Sterling Hwy Bridge to the ocean, power boats and drift boats are used in the lower river

to fish for Pacific Salmon, Kings, Silvers and Sockeye. 

Middle River - From Skilak Lake to the Sterling Hwy Bridge in Soldotna, has world class fishing throughout the season.

King Salmon run May into June, along with Sockeye.  Steelhead in the spring and fall,

Awesome Silver fishing in the fall, with great Rainbow Trout fishing all season. 

Upper River – From Kenai Lake in Cooper landing to Skilak Lake can be some of the most spectacular areas

for great fishing, including “The Canyon”  for a drift boat fishing experience of a life time ! 

We general meet at one of a couple places, Gwins Lodge, Sportsmen’s or the Kenai Lake Bridge.

 

       

 

What to Bring:

 

Bring a lunch, snacks, coffee cup and drinks in plastic or can. 

Dress in layers as temperatures will change during the day and of course bring your rain gear. 

“Long Johns, Sun Screen and Your Favorite Old Hat !”

 

 

Book Your Trip Today !!

907-299-7121

 

Alaska Fly Fishing Tours
Sport Fishing Guide Service
P.O. Box 1930
Homer, AK 99603

Email - grant@alaskaflyfishingtours.com

 

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