The Kenai Peninsula is fast becoming the salmon capital of the world and for good reason. All 5 species of salmon can be found in the Kenai River. Our licensed professional guides specialize in fishing for world-class Kenai River king salmon and Kenai River silver salmon. We offer some of the greatest opportunities for you to experience some of Alaska's finest fishing.
From the enormous Kenai River king salmon,to fiesty Kenairainbows, dollies, and line-stripping Kenai River sockeye and silver salmon, our guides will put you into the action. These professionals know all of the techniques and they'll share the tips you'll need to know to hook into some great action.
Orca Lodge is located on the bank of the Kenai River. You can walk down our boardwalk to fish on our exclusive river-bank,or take a charter out on the river.
We'll be right there providing the equipment and know how to make your adventure the most successful and memorable outing possible. We can connect on the saltwater as well, for some action-packed Alaska halibut fishing!
The most popular trip we offer, a full day on the river includes an 8-9 hour fully guided experience fishing for your choice of king salmon, silver salmon, sockeye salmon, pink salmon, and rainbow trout on various stretches of the most bountiful waters this Earth has to offer, the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers. All gear is provided, and your professional guide will walk you through every step needed to be successful fishing for, and catching, the fish of your dreams! We can cater to beginners and advanced fishermen alike, as well as both conventional gear or fly fishermen. Just let us know what species you want to chase, and we'll hook you up, anytime from May through October!
Looking for a little shorter trip? Ask about our 5 hour half day charters.
Cook Inlet waters are insanely productive, and well known as the halibut capital of the world! We can send you fishing out of Ninilchik, Anchor Point, or Homer on a quest for the famous "barn door" halibut that make this area one of the most popular halibut fisheries there is. All gear is included on these fully guided trips, and the limit is 2 halibut per person per day. We book 6 pack charters, meaning you'll have a max of 6 people per boat, giving you plenty of room to do battle with arguably the most delicious fish in the ocean. Halibut fishing is very productive from April through September, with April and May providing opportunity for king/halibut combos.
How many birds can you kill with one stone? A fly out fishing trip combines incredible fishing, amazing wildlife viewing opportunities, and miraculous sight seeing all in the same trip! Depart from a local lake and fly across the inlet to one of several incredible fisheries that can be accessed by float plane. These trips include the flight, your guide, and all equipment needed, and flights are anywhere from 20 to 45 minutes each way, depending upon your location of choice. June & July bring massive sockeye runs, while August & September bring aggressive runs of silver salmon.
For anglers looking to make the most of their day on the water, a saltwater combo is the perfect choice. You can choose to fish for silver salmon, halibut, rock fish, and ling in Prince William Sound out of the port of Seward, or a halibut/king combo in Kachemak Bay out of the port of Homer. No matter which choice you decide on, you'll be surrounded by mountains that seem to shoot up out of the ocean, many marine wildlife viewing opportunities, and lots of fish!
For the sight seeing adventurer, this cruise out of Seward takes you into the heart of the Kenai Fjords National Park, and is one of the most popular tours in Alaska for good reason. You'll likely see whales, sea lions, sea otters, mountain goats, and hundreds of bird species along the way. This tour is fully guided and educational with your captain and park ranger pointing out interesting features all along the way. This tour is a great change of pace to include in your fishing & lodging package.
If you'd just like to kick back and relax for the day without the worry of catching, this is the choice for you. Float a wild section of the Kenai or Kasilof River in a raft or drift boat with a knowledgeable guide, eat, drink, and just kick back and take in the scenery of the breathtaking Kenai Peninsula.
We can get you set up on a wide variety of non-fishing activities that will facilitate making this truly the trip of a lifetime. Here are some activities and tours to consider:
* Bear Viewing
* White Water Rafting
* Gold Panning
* Dog Mushing
* Clam Digging
* Horseback Riding
* Wilderness Hiking
* Canoeing or Kayaking
* Halibut Cove Day Trip
* Wildlife Conservation Center
* Glacier Hiking
* Sea Life Center
* Brewery & Winery Tours