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Beaver Creek Cabins & Guide Service
Full Day: $100 to $199 Per Person; $200 to $299 Per Person
- Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
- Fishing: Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
- Featured On: Kenai River Fishing - Top Rated Fishing Guides & Lodges Kenai - Fishing Lodges & Guides
Beaver Creek Cabins & Guide Service offers everything you need to have the best Alaskan Fishing Adventure. They offer fishing up and down the Kenai River where you have access to all five species of Pacific Salmon, big Rainbow Trout, and Dolly Varden Char. In addition, they have cabins that are nicely appointed and plenty of things for guests to do around the lodge.Â
Getting here is easy. Its about a three-hour ride from Anchorage and through some beautiful scenery. The Sterling Highway is well-maintained too. You can also fly in to Kenai, which is just minutes away by car. If you are short on time, the flight is about 1/2 hour and you can be fishing in no time.Â
The Fishing at Beaver Creek Cabins & Guide Service
Overall, expect a seasoned and very experienced guide in Keith, excellent equipment, and one of the best Rivers in Alaska to toss flies in. May and June are the best months for King Salmon. August and into September are the prime months for Silver Salmon.Â
Lodging withÂ Beaver Creek Cabins & Guide Service
Groceries are available in Kenai or Soldotna, both of which are just a few minutes away by car.Â
Why Stay here? Beaver Creek is the Kenai River and the fishing hole here is well-known for producing big King Salmon. You are literally a few feet from the Kenai River, fishing, and the boat.Â
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