We want to make sure you have the best trip possible so we put some information below to help.

Bring a camera of course! (Or make sure there’s plenty of room on your phone) Sunglasses, rain gear, warm layered clothing, sun block, and a hat. You will also need to purchase an Alaska Fishing License. And if you are fishing for kings you will also need to purchase a King Salmon Stamp.

Buy your fishing license now!  You can view prices and purchase these online at:
Alaska Fish and Game Fishing License

Your Kenai River fishing guides will filet your catch for you.  50 lbs of fish processing is included with your fishing package. Additional fish processing can be added for approximately $2.00 per pound.
Yes! You have the opportunity to see bald eagles, moose, caribou, beavers, otters, and, of course, fish! You may also see bears on one of our fly-out trips.
Don’t worry.  You will not be tent camping. The lodging we offer is first-class, clean and comfortable. Each cabin has four full beds and is fully equipped with a fully stocked kitchen, an open style dining/living area, and a spacious bathroom. 
No, all of our trips are fully guided and outfitted. You can bring your own fly gear for the Rainbow Trout trips if you want; however, it is not necessary.  We provide fly gear and spin casting gear for the Trout trips.  And top-quality bait casting gear for your salmon trips. 
There are supermarkets and restaurants in town. Most guests eat a light breakfast, bring a cooler of food on the boats, and then eat at local restaurants for dinner. Just ask us for our recommendations!  Of course, if you are staying at our cabin, we have a fully equipped kitchen and backyard BBQ for your use.
On the Kenai peninsula, the numbers vary from year to year and with a little bug repellent you will be fine. There are locations in Alaska where a head net is helpful.  So just double check with your guide to find out what exactly you will need. 
Yes, Resident Alaskans live for the summer months of continuous daylight. It will be weird for people who are accustom to the sun going down, but don’t worry, most lodging will have ‘black out’ shades for your convenience.
Wildlife watching – eagles, moose, beluga whales, bear viewing, caribou. Clam Digging at Clam Gulch, just 20 miles from Soldotna, all you need is a clam tide, a shovel, some rubber boots and a fishing license.
  • Fly-out bear viewing and sightseeing.  You can view glaciers from above!
  • Kenai Fjords Tours
  • Exit Glacier Tours
  • Hiking
  • Seward Sealife Center
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center
  • Saturday Market in Kenai
  • Rafting the Kenai River
  • Gift shops and Museums
  • Homer: Kachemak Bay, Halibut Cove, Restaurants – boat only accessibility
  • Beach combing
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