The Kasilof River is a tidal influenced, glacial fed river just south of Kenai. It is a drift boat only river and a hatchery enhanced fishery. Over the last several years the Kasilof has started to out shine the Kenai in June. It offers abundant wildlife, less fishing pressure, and some excellent tidewater fishing.
And unlike the Kenai, you may return to catch and release fishing after taking your bag limit. And some days is even open to double limits.

An average king salmon on the Kasilof is between 15-20 pounds, but each year sees a few upwards of 40 pounds.

June and August Fishing Specials

Here’s your chance to save a few dollars on your next Kenai fishing trip.

From now until April 15, 2012 we will be offering a 15% discount off of our June and August 2012 salmon/halibut packages.

Please mention *website special* when calling for reservations or information

Dates and space are limited so call now to take advantage of this hot deal.


  • The Kenai River is the most popular sports fishing destination in Alaska.
  • 9 out of 10 of the largest king salmon ever caught have come out of the Kenai. Including the current world record, that weighed in at 97.4 pounds.
  • The largest sockeye salmon was caught on the Kenai in 1974 and weighed 16 pounds.
  • A record number of sockeye salmon, 231,000, passed the counter on Sunday July 17, 2011
  • The Kenai River is also home to an abundant fishery of trophy size rainbow trout
  • In addition to the Kenai’s world class fishing, it offers some of the most picturesque views and wildlife viewing opportunities.