Just a few short steps away from the Kenai River is an Alaska fishing lodge called Anglers Lodge. It is situated on the Kenai Peninsula. You will find that family run businesses are often your best bet for an Alaska fishing lodge and the Anglers Lodge has been a family run business all the way back to 1987. It has all the appeal and charm that you could ever imagine in a fishing lodge.
Non-smokers will be pleased to know that the Alaska Fishing Lodge will accommodate their needs with non-smoking rooms and a non-smoking lodge. You won’t be disappointed with the rooms either. They come equipped with coffee pots for all those early morning risers, miniature refrigerators, maid service every day, and private baths. You have a variety of choices when it comes to beds too. You can get one with two double beds or there are single and triple accommodations available in some rooms also.
Are you starving when you wake up in the morning? Not to fear—the Anglers Fishing Lodge comes with a Continental breakfast every morning. There is also no reason to fret over what you will have for lunch. Lunches are available for you in the Lodge. They will even pack them for you to take on trips you make in your boat.
When the sun is setting, feel free to take advantage of the eight person hot tub available. Don’t forget to bring your swimming suit or trunks. A relaxing soak might be right up your alley at the end of the day. You can top things off with a fantastic meal in the evening that the Lodge provides for its guests. There is also an area with a camp fire where you can swap some fishing lies…I mean stories.
Looking for a fishing lodge that lives up to all your fishing trip expectations? Look no further than the Alaska Fishing Lodge. You don’t need to know the area because the knowledgeable fishing guides will take you right to the best places to find salmon. During May through July you should be able to fish for Sockeye, Chinook, Red, or even King fish.
If salmon isn’t your thing then you can fish for Pacific Halibut. During August Coho and Silver Salmon are in abundance at this Alaska Fishing Lodge. The Kenai River has Rainbow Trout and September is a great time to fish for them. If fly-fishing is your thing this is a great place to go to catch some nice ones.
You can go for a full or half day fishing package. Both of the packages include your meals and lodging. Extended stays from two to seven nights are, of course, also available. You will find that the best months are May till the end of September. These are busy months in Alaska so be certain to book your trip several months in advance to make sure you can get some great fishing in.
Need a boat? There are plenty available. You can choose from drift boats, powerboats, and a 28 footer. The boats will accommodate four to six people plus the skilled captain and a deckhand. All the boats are inspected and approved by the Coast Guard.
Here is your change to have an absolutely full-service fishing trip. You can’t go wrong with a family-run business that makes you feel right at home.