Salmon, Halibut, Trout Fishing in Kenai Peninsula
Whether your dream is to top Les Anderson's World Record King Salmon of 97-1/4 pounds, to land a barn-door sized halibut, to fish at a remote site with the native brown bears, or just to relax and drop a line in one of the area's many river-you will enjoy the fishing during your stay on the Kenai Peninsula. The Lodge is conveniently located near the great fishing spots and we can arrange for a guided fishing trip to meet all of your desires.
Clam Gulch Lodge specializes in customized fishing packages to meet the specific interests of our guests. We listen to your desires and then match you with quality guides to provide you with an unparalleled fishing experience.
We would be happy to tailor a package to meet your high expectations for a dream Alaskan Adventure.
While drifting down the Kasilof River, a happy guest proclaimed, "This is fishing heaven!" The guide matter of factly replied, "Nope, this is the Kenai Peninsula!"
The fisheries of the Kenai Peninsula offer outstanding opportunities in the following types of fish: all species of pacific salmon, rainbow trout, dolly varden, arctic char, halibut, rock fish, sea bass, and other salt water bottom fish.
Not only will you fish in world-class fisheries, but you will experience the scenery and wildlife of Alaska. Whether you are drifting on a river, trolling Cook Inlet, or flying to a remote river/lake, you will be surrounded by spectacular vistas.
Fish Availability on the Kenai Peninsula
This convenient summary visually depicts the best months to catch the various types of fish in that area. The larger the fish symbol, the better the fishing conditions during that month. Please keep in mind that Mother Nature sometimes alters the times that fish arrive in the area, but we will do our best to put you in the best possible position to catch the fish you desire.
Fish Type Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Halibut King (Chinook) Salmon Red (Sockeye) Salmon Silver (Coho) Salmon Pink (Humpy) Salmon
Rainbow Trout Steelhead Trout Dolly Varden
Please check with the Alaska fishing regulations at www.adfg.state.ak.us for the most up-to-date legal areas and daily possession limits.