Rainbow Trout fishing in Alaska-what a beauty!
Fishing In Alaska
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Alaska and Fly Fishing
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There is no greater thrill than the opportunity to catch a monster rainbow trout, Dolly Varden or silver salmon on the fly in the months of August and September.
At this time rainbows and Dollies are feeding voraciously on salmon eggs and flesh throughout the river. Although fly fishing is productive throughout the summer, late season fly fishing provides unparalleled opportunities.
Sportfishing on the Kenai River involves many things; boats, fish, tackle, gear, techniques and a great guide.
Rainbow Trout Fishing in Alaska
Upper Kenai River
•June 11-Sept. Average Size:18-20"
•Limit: Catch and Release Only Fishing •Techniques: Drift Boat, Fly and Spin Fishing, Backtrolling
King salmon fishing on the Kenai River is world famous - it produces the largest king salmon in the world
The Kenai River is home to 8 king salmon world records, including the world’s largest sport–caught king salmon weighing in at 97 lbs. 4 ozs! With the average fish size at a whopping 35 – 40 pounds, fishing for these king salmon will undoubtedly thrill even the most accomplished anglers.
Fish with confidence as guides navigate to their favorite spots and share special tips and tricks for reeling in a hard – fighting silver, rainbow trout or trophy king.
King Salmon Fishing in Alaska
Lower Kenai River
•Early Run (Late May-June 30)
•Late Run (July 1-31)
•Average Size: 35-40 lbs.
•Limit: 1 per day, 2 per season