Fish Alaska - With Alaskans
Kenai River Salmon and Trout Fishing
We are year around residents, Alaska is our home and we know the Kenai Peninsula. We have fished these rivers, lakes, streams and salt water for years and years. We are two miles from the Kasilof River and 15 from the Kenai River. We fish from the time the rivers thaw until they freeze over again in the fall. Our guides are constantly checking conditions, runs, changing regulations and are available at the lodge for questions and advice. We give you all the information available on how different rivers are fishing and you make the final decision. We are flexible with the only goal - a great day fishing. Crooked Creek Retreat has developed a fishing program that gives you the best experience possible.
We fish Salmon- Kings-Reds-Silvers-Pinks, RainbowTrout, Lake Trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic Char, Grayling, Steelhead,
We fish Halibut, Ling Cod, Yellow Eye, Rock Fish, Sea Bass all species found in our waters.
We troll for Salmon in the Salt, we do combo trips and multi specis trips. We Salt Water fish going out of Anchor Point which gives a shorter trip to the fishing grounds. We fish 6 packs, not party boats, and you will have a great day on the Sat when you fish with us.
We are experienced, professional and dedicated to customer service. We rely on return business, word of mouth and pride ourselves on providing the best personalized service we can give. When we send you on a fly fishing trip you will be with a real fly fishing guide. Our guides are all well trained; State of Alaska Fish and Game licensed, insured, hold first aid certificates, and have years and years of experience.
Our Kenai Guides have attended the Kenai River Guide School at KPCC, they have taken Coast Guard licensing classes, passed all tests and have all of their certificates. Our Salt Captains are Coast Guard licensed, hold certificates, all permits and put your safety and above all else. If our Salt Captain does not like the forecast or the look of the seas we will move you to a river or lake and reschedule your salt trip for better weather..
We Live to Fish