Just 15 miles south of the world-famous Kenai River lays a hidden gem that may be a smaller river but has king-size stature.
Each steelhead is like a miracle, a gift out of time, a prehistoric primal beast. And each one we valued more than the last.
Kenai Peninsula Fishing blog by Nigel Fox The turn of the leaves and the cooler temperatures that come at the end of August signal a change of seasons in Alaska. Fall in Alaska, on the Kenai Pe
Russian River, Quartz Creek, Deep Creek, Kasilof River, Anchor River, and of course the Kenai River are all world-class fisheries that host thousands of anglers who come annually for the sole purpose
Razor Clam Digging in West Cook Inlet The days of abundance for razor clams at Kenai Peninsula drive-to locations are, at least for now, behind us, but there are great opportunities to charter a boat
What to do in Seward, Alaska Late last September we planned a fun-packed, family weekend in Seward. We made reservations at the Harbor 360º Hotel overlooking the harbor, which has the only hotel swi
By Dr. Wally Balcerzak When you are in the planning stages, prior to booking a stay at Anglers’ Lodge for your Alaskan fishing adventure, you may feel overwhelmed. “So many trips- so littl
Story & Photos by Nick Olrich Early-season fishing on the Kenai Penninsula offers a variety of options for anglers that are itching to get the open-water season underway. The top three options tha
Blog Post by Peter Goodwin Few places rival the spectacular fishing on offer in southwest Alaska. Most of the anglers who travel here focus on the largest salmon run in the world and the record
Now I’m sure of just two things. I’m on a boat bound for Valhalla Lodge, and there are no angelic ambitions—the trout grabbed the bead, the hook stuck. This is the reason I’m here. We come