Kenai Fishing Charter Resources

Kenai Kingpin Sport Fishing

More Than Just A fishing Charter in Kenai

We’re not just trying to get you on our calendar and fill a spot—for us, fishing is about more than that.   

It’s about the experience of setting out for a day on the water, not knowing what to expect.  It’s about reeling in that first catch of the day.  It’s about seeing the look on a first-timer’s face when they pull in their very first catch, ever.  It’s swapping stories while you’re waiting for the fish to bite.  It’s about heading in after a long day, tired, and ready to do it all again tomorrow.   

At Kenai KingPin, our goal is to help people from all walks of life experience the joy of what fishing can be.  If you sign up for one of our fishing charters on the Kenai Peninsula, that’s exactly what you’ll get.  Reach out to us today, and get ready to catch your next adventure.

Got Questions?

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like on an Alaskan fishing charter, or what you should bring, or what to expect, we’ve got the answers for you, right here!  

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The Kenai Peninsula
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Lower Kenai River

The Lower Kenai River is a favorite among boaters because of its easy accessibility. This river is home to an abundant food supply, and the result is fish that grow to record size. Rainbow trout and Dolly Varden can be found here, feasting on salmon eggs, fish carcasses, and small fish in the plentiful food source.  You’re missing out if you pass up fishing this river!

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Middle Kenai River

A time-honored fishing tradition is the Upper Kenai River. It starts at Bing’s Landing and ends at Skilak Lake, making it a great place to fish. Another great go-to spot is the Middle Kenai River. It’s not just for fishing drift boats—you can also motor down this river to fill your net with some huge rainbow trout, steelhead, and salmon.

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Lower/Upper Kasilof River

When it comes to the Kasilof, you’ll find that it’s a one-of-a-kind experience. It’s a Class II river with a swift current. The best time to go is in the spring when the water levels are high enough for an enjoyable, but challenging ride. The Kasilof River is unlike any other, so it’s not for everyone. If you can handle it, you’ll find something out there unlike anything else.

Delicious Fish Recipes
The Adventure Doesn't Stop When You Catch The Fish

One of the best rewards from fishing is coming home with a fully-loaded cooler of your catch, ready to be turned into fillets.  

But, wait… what are some ways to make sure you get the most out of your fillets? 

Click the button below, and find some great Alaskan recipes for preparing fish that you’ll never want to leave behind in Kenai.

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Why Kenai KingPin?

We are available to set up individual daily fishing trips or build a personalized package including lodging, fishing trips on the ocean, river fishing, and scenic tours just for you. Contact us now for more information or availability.

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