Alaska Fishing Charter Rates
Full Day8 Hours
- Rate includes two anglers each additional angler is $300
3/4 Day6 Hours
- Rate includes two anglers each additional angler is $250
Half Day4 Hours
- Rate includes two anglers each additional angler is $200
Trout or Steelhead charters are limited to three anglers and Sockeye (Red) Salmon charters can include four anglers.
Deposits are required to reserve dates
Deposits are not refundable within 90 days of your charter
Alaska Fishing Charter Information
What to Bring:
- Rain Jacket
- Rubber soled wading boots *absolutely no studs or bars*
- Fishing License and applicable stamps
- Polarized sunglasses
- Hat, long sleeves, bug dope, sun screen.
- Fall conditions require warm layers, gloves and hat. Bring extras!
- Food and snacks: you will need to supply your own food and snacks for your day of fishing. Staying hydrated is also key to spending the day water. Your captain will have water available on the boat for you. If you would like Gatorade, beer or other similar beverages; you will need to provide those yourself.
We require you to wear a life jacket at all times while boating or fishing from the boat.
If you have a favorite fishing PFD please bring it, we supply nice applicable life jackets for fishing but if you own a comfortable life vest pack it for your trip, as you may prefer yours over ours.
How to get to the Kenai Peninsula
When traveling to Kenai or Soldotna your choices start after you get into Anchorage.
You can either fly from Anchorage directly into Kenai and rent a car locally to get around the Kenai, Soldotna area. Renting a car right in Anchorage and making the 2+ hour drive down to the peninsula is also a good option but be warned it’s about the prettiest drive in North America.
Where to Stay
When staying on the Kenai Peninsula you have a lot of options for lodging from small secluded cabins, Motels to big river-side Lodges. We always suggest doing your own research but we have come to recommend a few places as well.
Our Unforgettable Alaska Fishing Charters
Kenai River Fishing
The Kenai River is one of the most beautiful rivers in the state of Alaska and one of the most prolific salmon and trout fishing rivers in the world.
Alaska Trout Fishing
Alaska is considered one of the top trout fishing destinations. in the world and for good reason. Fish attain incredible size during the summer months!