The Alaskan Touch on the Kenai River . . . . Alaska Fishing...
Alaska Kenai Adventure Lodge is a hand-hewn log lodge located on the banks of Alaska's Kenai River in Soldotna and designed for your convenience and to enhance your Alaska experience. The Kenai River offers some of the best salmon fishing trips in Alaska. Whether you are passing through while sightseeing on the Kenai Peninsula or looking for first class accommodations, the Alaska Kenai Adventure Lodge is your key to relaxation in Luxury. Check out our web site for the best Alaska Fishing Packages and lodging.
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The Kenai River boasts major runs of king, red, silver, and pink salmon, along with trophy sized rainbow and Dolly Varden trout. The Kenai River and its surrounding areas are also habitat for bald eagles, bear, moose, caribou, wolves, and other Alaskan wildlife.
4 Species of Alaska Salmon spawn into the Kenai River. King (Chinook), Silver (Coho), Red (Sockeye) and Pinks (Humpies, only on even numbered years). At 97 lbs 4 oz the World Record King Salmon was caught on the Kenai River. Our superb location enables us to fish the entire Kenai Peninsula and Cook Inlet. We could like to take this opportunity to invite you and your guest to the Alaska Kenai Adventure Lodge for the experience of a lifetime.
The fishing is great!
The Kenai Peninsula is known for world class fishing opportunities. If you're looking for a King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Red Salmon, Trout or a deep water Halibut fishing trip, we can help. Just let us know your needs and we will do all we can to insure your are treated to first class services!
Alaska's Kenai River Salmon Fishing
Visit the Kenai River in May, June or July for your chance to catch that trophy King Salmon . These magnificent fish average 45 pounds and it is not uncommon to catch King's 60 pounds or larger. The world record Alaskan King Salmon weighing in at 97 lbs. 4 oz. In late July through September you'll have a shot at fighting Silver Salmon. Pound for pound, these are the best fighting sportfish!