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Anglers Getaway on the Kenai
- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
The Anglers Getaway on the Kenai sits off the Sterling Highway between Cooper Landing and Sterling and about 20 miles from Soldotna. It is a quiet, peaceful place without all of the crowds, but within easy reach of world-class fishing.
Fishing with the Anglers Getaway on the Kenai
The benefit of using a guide is that guides have permits to fish in spots where the average fishermen cannot go and they have boats that take you to places where there is no other access to the fish.
The Kenai River is a wild river and as such it has sections where the aqua blue water is calm and areas, such as those through the canyon where there is white water. Along the way are tributaries and islands where your guide can moor the boat and allow you to fish undisturbed and in prime locations. The Anglers Getaway on the Kenai uses the professional guide services of Jeff Moore, a master level guide who has fished the Kenai River for more than a quarter of a century. He has access to the river from the Mouth where it empties into Cook Inlet to where Lake Kenai overspills to create this amazing river.
Lodging with the Anglers Getaway on the Kenai
The Burl Lodge is a two bedroom unit with 1.5 baths. This is a beautiful lodge in a rustic setting a pair of bunk beds per bedroom and additional beds in the main room. The Burl lodge holds up to ten people, has a wood stove, kitchen, sitting areas, HDTV via Dish, internet access, and its own boat launch on the Kenai River.
The Eagle's View Lodge
Is a one bedroom lodge with an out cabin. Both units hold four people each for a total of eight guests. The main lodge has a living room, kitchen, HDTV via Dish, Wi-Fi, a beautiful wood fireplace. The lodge and the cabin have a pair of bunk beds that offer a comfortable nights sleep.
Both of the lodges sound rustic, but they are modern, clean, spacious, and comfortable. Both sit right on the Kenai River and offer plenty of outdoor seating, indoor comforts, and easy access to world-class fishing.
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