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Alaska Drift Away Fishing
- Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- Featured On: Kenai River Fishing - Top Rated Fishing Guides & Lodges Soldotna Fishing - Top Rated Fishing Lodges & Guides Kasilof River - Fishing Guides & Lodges
The Alaska Drift Away Fishing guide service hosts guests on both the Kenai River and the Kasilof River. They focus on quality Salmon Fishing and targeting big, Trophy Rainbow Trout via fly fishing and raft/drifting. They welcome both fly fishermen and spin casters, and if you need lodging, they have a lodging available too.
The Alaska Drift Away Fishing is easy to get to as they sit just off of Alaska Highway 1 between Sterling and Soldotna. You can fly into any of the local cities, such as Sterling or you can drive from Anchorage which will take you about 2.5-3 hours.
Day Trip Fishing Adventures with Alaska Drift Away Fishing
Overall, expect your day trip fishing adventure to be full of fishing opportunities, especially if you target Sockeye Salmon which have runs here in the millions of fish.
Guided Salmon Fishing with Alaska Drift Away Fishing
Either river could produce the next world-record. The Alaska Drift Away Fishing offers its guests world-class salmon fishing on both rivers. Expect outstanding boats that are comfortable, clean, and practical for fishing all day. Expect quality guides with the experience to guide you safely down these rivers and still put you over the big fish.
Be sure to check with the service when you book if you are interested in targeting a specific species of Salmon as the salmon are not all in the rivers at the same time.
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