Back from Homer
with my good friend
Bill Lewis

   Additional Fishing Information:

     Here are a few helpful links for fishing on

     the Kenai Peninsula.

License Prices http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=license.prices

Fishing Regulations—Kenai Peninsula http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/regulations/fishregulations/PDFs/southcentral/sckenairegulations.pdf



Fishing and Hunting Most frequently Asked Questions http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=license.general

Love catching those Kings!




Although not located directly on the  River (across the street), this is Kenai River Lodging at it's finest.


"A Cabin by the Pond", also know as the Moose Munch Cabins and Chapel retreat center is located in the heart of the Kenai River lodging area.  For those wanting to fish, our cabins for rent are located only one mile from town but still in a secluded area.  The River is located just across the street and we are just ˝ mile from a no-fee public fishing area.  Soldotna was voted the #1 fishing hotspot in North America by Field & Stream Magazine in 2004.  Soldotna, Alaska has more river city parks than anywhere else in Alaska and offers over 3,700 ft of elevated fishing boardwalk along the Kenai River.  The River offers world class King Salmon (Chinook), Red Salmon (Sockeye), Silver Salmon (Coho) and Pink Salmon (Humpbacks) fishing, not to mention some of the world’s finest trout fishing.   Soldotna is a beautiful, vital, growing city with a lot to offer to residents and visitors alike. In the summer check out our elevated boardwalks, river fishing, camping, canoeing, kayaking, wildlife viewing, bike trails, and hiking. Those seeking Kenai River lodging, Moose Munch Cabins & Chapel is close in to Soldotna yet has easy access to the  River and still provides the Alaskan wilderness atmosphere that makes your stay awesome.