Join the Best Fishing Charters on the Kenai River: Alaska Awaits

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Joining a fishing charter on the Kenai River in Alaska is the ultimate experience for any angler looking for adventure and big catches. With Kenai Fly Fish, you can be sure that you are booking with the best fishing charters on the river. Our experienced guides know the best fishing spots and techniques to make your trip a success.

June and July are the best months for fishing on the Kenai River, and what better way to make the most of it than by joining a charter. With our top-notch equipment and knowledgeable guides, you can sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic beauty of Alaska while reeling in the catch of a lifetime. Whether you are an experienced angler or a first-timer, our guides will ensure that you have a memorable and successful trip.

Don’t miss out on the chance to explore the Kenai River and catch the biggest salmon of your life. Book your fishing charter with Kenai Fly Fish today and experience the thrill of fishing in Alaska. Our guides will make sure that you have the adventure of a lifetime, so what are you waiting for? Book your trip now and get ready to make some unforgettable memories on the Kenai River.


Kenai River Fish Species

Rainbow Trout

Kenai River rainbows can be well over 30 inches and up to 20lbs!

Dolly Varden Char

Dollies range of all sizes and can reach up to about 12 lbs.


Steelhead are very uniform in shape and average around 28 inches. These amazing, acrobatic fish are often a fly fisherman’s favorite to target.

King Salmon

The Kenai River is open to motorized boats, allowing us chase the bite, and stay on the fish!

Sockeye Salmon

Sockeye salmon (also called red salmon) are the most popular salmon to catch on the Kenai Peninsula.

Coho Salmon

Ranging anywhere from 5-20lbs, coho are acrobatic and are probably the most aggressive salmon out there.

Pink Salmon

Pinks are completely underrated, they are extremely aggressive to catch and come in by the millions!


Guided ocean fishing on the world-famous Kenai Peninsula