FAQS

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What Should We Bring?

1) You will need your photo ID.

2) An Alaska Fishing License and 

3) King Salmon Stamp, which may be purchased at most local stores and online at www.adfg.alaska.gov 


Alaska can be cold (30-40 degrees) in the summer, so Rain Gear and Gloves are a good idea, as are Sunglasses and a Hat for those beautiful sunny days on the water.  


We do provide snacks and waters on every trip. Please bring a lunch and beverages of your choice.

As a convenience, we offer lunch for $15 per person with advanced notice.

When Should We Come Fishing?

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Where do we Meet?

We will depart from the Kasilof River boat launch located at milepost 109.5 of the Sterling Hwy. http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/aspunits/kenai/kasilofrivsrs.htm


Coming from Anchorage/Kenai head south on the Sterling Hwy (AK-1) until you cross the Kasilof River Bridge you will see the boat launch to your left (upstream). Take your first left on Spetz Ave after crossing the bridge, where you will see the entrance to the boat launch. If you are using Google Maps you want to go to "Kasilof River Recreation Area". 

Why choose Us?


We will provide a great attitude first and foremost to make your trip a memorable experience. 


We take care of all guest parking fees, guide parking fees, launching fees, transporting fees, and retrieval fees for each day. 

How are we going to be Fishing?

We will be drifting in a 20 foot Willie Drift boat generally pulling kwickfish, hotshots, wiggiewarts, and spin-n-glows. When permitted by law we will back bounce fresh roe behind spin-n-glows or used wrapped plugs.