Archive | March, 2016

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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A Tale of Alaska River Fishing

Before I could remember, I was in the river with my dad and granddad fishing away until the sun set and beyond. Some days we would get up before the rooster and start preparing our bait and tackle. I’d drink a glass of cool milk while my forebears warmed up their blood and bones on […]

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Vacation in Peace with Alaska Fishing Trips

Sure, you could spend lots of money and take on lots of stress travelling to Big City A, B, C, or D. We know what you’re going to find. Big buildings, crowded freeways, crowded tourist spots, rude locals and fellow tourists, short tempers, inconsistent quality of service, and the like. Sure, there are certainly many […]

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