Kenai Kingpin Sport Fishing
When you sign on with Kenai KingPin, you’re getting a premier Kenai Peninsula fishing charter that’s second-to-none. Our guides have over seventeen years of experience in the industry, and what’s more, we’re Kenai locals—we know the best spots for fishing, and we know how to get you there.
So get in touch with Kenai KingPin today, and let’s catch your next great adventure.
Lower Kenai River
Despite being a smaller body of water, the Lower Kenai River attracts many anglers that come for its abundant food sources. Rainbow trout, steelhead (ocean-run), and Dolly Varden are common catches in the river. These fish gorge themselves on small fish, salmon eggs, and salmon carcases, making them grow to record sizes!
Middle Kenai River
If you’re like me, you may have your favorite area to fish. The Middle Kenai River is a great place to go if you’re looking for a different kind of fishing. This watershed holds lots of rainbow trout, steelhead (ocean-run), and many stocked salmon. If you’re traveling and interested in fishing, this river is worth exploring.
Lower/Upper Kasilof River
The Kasilof River is a wild and beautiful destination that is perfect for whitewater rafting. The river originates in the mountains and flows down to Cook Inlet. It’s fierce, with powerful currents and cold water. If you’re up for the adventure, you’ll have an experience unlike any other!
Kenai Kingpin specializes in family friendly trips for all species of salmon and trout on the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers. Trips last up to 6 hours or until limits of salmon have been caught. We can accommodate up to 5 anglers per group. Groups with 2-3 anglers may be mixed with other groups.