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Soldotna Fishing Lodges

Soldotna is a city that stretches 7 miles across the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska and home to over 4,000 humble, happy residents. Selected as one of CNN’s “World’s 15 Best Rivers for Travellers,” this city is nestled up against the famous Kenai River, which ends up at the Cook Inlet and flows down an 82-mile […]

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Soldotna Alaska Fishing

What is Soldotna Alaska Fishing all about? Here are a few clues: Multi-Species Fishing: Red Salmon, Silver Salmon, Alaskan Ling Cod, Alaskan Halibut, and more Alaskan Bear Watching Alaskan Sight Seeing The Gone Fishin’ Lodge You getting warmed up to the idea yet? We sure hope so, because many people have come through our neck […]

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New Perspectives: Salmon Fishing Alaska

I remember what it was like to catch my first salmon. At the time, it seemed so large I wouldn’t be able to fit it on the wall above my headboard. After my dad had a good laugh and let me know it wasn’t more than a foot long, I got a new perspective on […]

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Kenai Trout Fishing at the Gone Fishin’ Lodge

Fishing enthusiasts from around the state, country and the world convene on the Kenai River to catch some of the finest and most beautiful fish that can be found. Kenai trout fishing is one of the more popular practices because the fruits of the labor involved are some of the most prized! The Kenai River […]

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Yes, I Came to Fish, but I Really Want to Know About the Salmon! Kenai Salmon Fishing

Sportfishers have frequented the Kenai River enough to make it the most famous sport fishing destination in Alaska. We don’t blame them! The Kenai River is not only blanketed by some of the most picturesque surroundings in the Alaskan wilderness, but it is also home to a wide variety of beautiful and beautifully tasty fish […]

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Kenai River Lodging

The Kenai River in Alaska is noted for its wide variety of fish and wildlife that grace it’s 82-mile length, from the Kenai Lake down to the Pacific coast at the Cook Inlet. Sportfishers from around the world frequent the Kenai River to take in the beautiful natural surroundings while reigning in some of the […]

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Connect With Nature Like Never Before at the Kenai River Fishing Lodge

The Great Outdoors. These days, with iPads, iPods, iPhones, and iTunes some children don’t even have an iota of an idea as to what that means. The Great Outdoors is the living, breathing blanket of Mother Nature that is still out there and ready to comfort us with its sometimes warm, sometimes cool embrace. It […]

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Where the Fishing isn’t Good, it’s Great: Kenai River Fishing

The Kenai River is one of Alaska’s natural wonders and the source of nourishment for many ecosystems along its 82-mile long, meandering stretch from the Kenai Lake, located in the Kenai Mountains, down to the Cook Inlet, located near Soldotna, Alaska. Kenai River fishing has solidified itself as one of Alaska’s most popular attractions for […]

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What To Do in Alaska: Kenai Fishing Lodges

A fishing enthusiast might already know what the Kenai Fishing Lodges are all about, but depending on your fishing experience, this might be the first time you’ve heard of them: If you are new to fishing, and this is your first trip out here, then you are in for a bigger treat than you might […]

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Kenai Alaska Fishing Lodges – Where The Adventure Begins

The Kenai River is well-known in our great state of Alaska for many reasons. There is a wide variety of fish species, whose elegant frames are matched only by the crisp, fresh quality of their taste. The scenery is undeniably majestic, no matter which direction your eyes happen to look. The wildlife that stopsby the […]

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