Archive | March, 2022

Kenai Trip for Red Salmon (Sockeye)

The “red salmon” of the Kenai River are legendary! Red or Sockeye Salmon are noted by the indigenous peoples of Alaska as integral to the river’s ecosystem. By returning each year,  Sockeye helps the native Rainbow Trout population to thrive, along with Bald Eagles, Brown and Black Bear, and of course, humans. Scientific studies show […]

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Kenai River Fishing

As you may or may not know, the Kenai River is one of the most famous fishing sites in the world. If you’re looking to catch a prize-winning Salmon, the Kenai has held the world record catch since 1985. The hardy line of both King Salmon and Sockeye Salmon are abundant, making your chances of […]

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Halibut Fishing in Alaska

Alaska’s Halibut are plentiful and huge. The largest one caught tipped the scales at an astounding 455 pounds! To be honest, a good-sized Halibut, with its sweet, firm meat, runs between 20 and 50 lbs. These tasty ocean dwellers are fun to “jig” for. Even inexperienced anglers are pretty certain to bag their share. Charter […]

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