Kenai Fishing How To
Knowing how to fish in Alaska most effectively is crucial to the success of your Alaska fishing vacation. We provide basic information about fishing for Alaska salmon, halibut and trout to help prepare you for your trip, whether you are fishing on your own or with an Alaska Budget Vacations professional fishing guide or charter captain.
When you book your Alaska fishing vacation with us, all the equipment, bait and tackle are provided by our professional Alaska fishing guides and charter boat captains which will go a long way toward ensuring that you will catch the best Alaska salmon, halibut and trout.
The days are very long in Alaska during the general fishing season and you’ll be close to a large number of lakes, rivers and streams. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to go off and try fishing different waterways on the Kenai Peninsula.
Take a moment to read some of our articles on how to fish in Alaska:
- How to go fishing in Alaska for salmon halibut and trout
- How to smoke Alaska salmon
- How to fly fish in Alaska
Seasons and Availability of fish on the Kenai Peninsula
|Type of Fish||Availability|
|King Salmon (Chinook)||May-July 31|
|Red Salmon (Sockeye)||May 20-August 20|
|Silver Salmon (Coho)||July 15-September 30|
|Pink Salmon (Humpys)||July 15-August 15 in even years|
|Rainbows, Dolly Varden, Steelhead||June 15-September 30|
|Halibut||May 1-September 30|
|King Salmon (Saltwater)||April-October|