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Top 10 Kenai, Alaska Fishing Lodges
Lazing around in your boat, dropping a line, and chatting up your buddies make fishing such a glorious American pastime. The problem is, once you catch a fish bigger than your own wingspan, no one will believe you. They’ll think you’re ‘embellishing’ again. Well, try casting out on the Kenai River, home to the largest king salmon on earth. When you reel in a goliath on these beautiful Alaskan waters, you won't even care who believes you.

Deep Creek Fishing Club

Ninilchik, Alaska

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Spacious luxury accommodations offering panoramic views of Cook Inlet's snow-capped mountains set the scene for your next fishing trip.

At Deep Creek Fishing Club you'll find an incredible Alaska fishing getaway. Oceanfront cabins feature old hickory beds, mini refrigerators, satellite television, and more. You'll enjoy plenty of fine dining options during your stay, whether it be king crab, USDA prime beef, or the catch of the day. The club strives to deliver only the freshest and highest quality ingredients. As for the fishing, the lodge offers salt and fresh water options, as well as fly-out adventures and fly-fishing!


Salmon Catcher Lodge

Kenai, Alaska

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Head out on the Peninsula for a weekend at a lodge that offers both incredible fishing and incredible service: Salmon Catcher Lodge!

Salmon Catcher Lodge offers outdoorsmen and families luxury accommodations in the finest handcrafted spruce log cabins, so authentic you'll feel like you're in the mid 1800's (albeit with the benefit of modern comforts and amenities). Each cabin take advantage of Alaska’s great outdoors while ensuring luxury and comfort for the most discriminating. Meanwhile, Alaskan fishing guides and salmon and halibut fishing charters will show you where the best fishing is!


Great Alaska Adventures

Sterling, Alaska

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Yes, Great Alaska Adventures offers incredible lodgings, family trips, and safaris, but let's be honest; you’re here for the fishing.

Great Alaska Adventures has been showing fisherpeople the wonders of the Kenai Peninsula since 1982, and they’ve been doing it extraordinarily well. Their experienced fishing guides are more than happy to show the ropes to newbies while showing veterans the best spots to catch the big one. With the combination of more than two dozen target fish species, 5 nearby rivers and 2 separate saltwater destinations, fishing at GAA is a thing of beauty.

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The Kenai Peninsula is a premier location for anglers of all skill levels, and Gwin's Lodge offers a one of a kind outdoor experience!

As Fodor's Travel put it, "Gwin's roadside establishment is the epicenter of much of the activitie on the peninsula and a one-stop shop for visitors and locals alike." Whether you're here for the fishing, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, just sightseeing, a stay at Gwin's Lodge is truly a treat. Comfortable cabin accommodations feature a fully equipped kitchen, separate living room and dining room areas, and some of the larger units feature a sleeping loft, perfect for the kids!


Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge

Girdwood, Alaska

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A veritable cornucopia of fishing delights await you at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge!

1,700 acres of pure, unadulterated Alaskan wilderness await you at Kenai Fjords. Set up camp in their picturesque eco-lodge, then head out on the secluded bay for some hardcore fishing! While you’re trying your luck for trout and salmon, keep an eye out for eagles, dolphins, and even whales! Whether you’re sitting in a chair on the deck enjoying the landscape or locked in a titanic struggle with “the big one”, a trip here is one you’ll never forget.


Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge

Cooper Landing, Alaska

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Escape completely to Alaskan paradise at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge in Cooper Landing. You won't want to miss a beat getting from the car to your inviting, bungalow-style room on the Kenai River valley, looking out on a surreal mountainous backdrop. Whether you're a novice or veteran angler, the Princess professionals at the front desk have all the best tips on bringing in trophy-sized fish, or just enjoying the river's signature blue-green hues. Your perfect escape is waiting for you here.

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The largest King Salmon ever caught on the legendary Kenai River weighs in at a monstrous 97 pounds, four ounces. Think you can beat that? Stay at Hi-Lo Charters & Riverside Lodge and find out! Your two-room, four-bath, and full-kitchen-equipped room includes BBQ access to grill your fresh (hopefully record breaking) catch. Hi-Lo Charters' reputable guides, excellent gear, and 20 years of charter fishing experience combine to assure you a solid chance of shattering the 1985 record!

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Alaskan salmon among the Kenai and Kalisof Rivers are shaking with fright because the fishing guides at Anglers Lodge and Fish Camp mean serious business. You get equipped for the real deal with G-Loomis rods, Shimano reels, and top-condition lines and tackle. Hop on one of four 20-foot Fishrite power boats and let the fun begin! Once you catch a couple of these tasty fish, your arms will ache, sure, but so will your cheeks from that ear-to-ear smile lasting all the way back to your room.

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Whether you crave a peaceful cove or high-energy adventure, you will find both at Alaska's Tutka Bay Wilderness Lodge, which sits contently in a seven-mile fjord at the southern end of Kachemak Bay near Homer, Alaska. The boardwalk-connected main lodge, six private guest accommodations, sauna, hot tub, and boat house are all at your disposal. Bring back an impressive bounty from one of the guided adventure tours, like deep-sea or freshwater fishing, and reverse your fishing cramp at the spa.


Kenai River Drifters Lodge

Cooper Landing, Alaska

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Not just your average Alaskan destination, the Kenai Peninsula is called "Alaska's Playground" by the locals, and for good reason. Get lost in the beauty of the majestic Kenai River, search for Alaskan wildlife, and feel your jaw drop in awe of the breathtaking Chugach Mountains. With a nearly infinite number of ways to enjoy yourself in the Kenai Peninsula, why do so many go fishing? Because it's the best there is. Make Drifters Lodge your home base for world class fishing and exploration.