Fishing Charters in Kenai: A One-Of-A-Kind Location

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Fishing In Alaska: The Adventure Begins Here

Every great adventure needs a beginning—this just might be yours. 

When you sign up for a fishing charter on the Kenai Peninsula with Kenai KingPin, you’re getting a premier fishing experience from renowned guides who can take you to some of the best fishing spots in the area. You’ll get the catch you deserve and the trip you’ve been looking for all your life. 

So sign on with Kenai KingPin today, and let’s find your next adventure on one of the roaring Alaskan rivers.

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Rivers We Travel
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Lower Kenai River

The Lower Kenai River might be a small river, but that doesn’t mean it’s not full of awesome fish—specifically rainbow trout and Dolly Varden. These fish can get to be huge sizes because they feast on an abundant food source of small fish, salmon eggs, and more.

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Middle Kenai River

From Bing’s Landing to Skilak Lake, the Upper Kenai River is the place to go to reel in some big fish. Fishing the Upper Kenai River with a motor can be a good time, too. The catch is that this river has rainbow trout, steelhead (ocean-run), and salmon for days.

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Lower/Upper Kasilof River

The Kasilof River, also known as Ggasilatnu, is a wild and unforgiving river. The upper section of the river is very swift and classified as Class II whitewater. This river isn’t for the faint of heart, but if you’re up for an adventure you’ll never forget, it’s perfect!

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Upper Kasilof River

You’ve been waiting all winter for the ice to clear, and now you’re finally ready to go. Get in touch with Kenai KingPin today, and get ready to experience some of the wildest fishing in Alaska.

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The Kenai Peninsula

Explore the Kenai Peninsula for your next holiday. The peninsula offers a diverse set of options, from fishing to photography to Russian history to moose watching. If you’re looking for an adventure, consider salmon fishing, halibut fishing, cross country skiing, dog sledging, snowshoeing, or ice fishing. You’ll find live music and so much more.

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