Krog's Kamp is located near the city of Soldotna and along the Kenai River. Krog's Kamp is a conglomerate of buildings that could essentially be its own small town. It is a series of townhomes, chalets, cabins and even bungalows all set within the spectacular wilderness of the Kenai River Valley.
Lodging here is private. Guests are isolated within their own units. The housing units offer private bathrooms and showers, kitchens. You provide your own groceries, and the lodge provides the guides and equipment to make your fishing vacation successful. The rooms are comfortable and well-styled. There are a sauna and hot tub and even a small gym. This is an ideal location for business travelers and retreats
Halibut Fishing with the Krog's Kamp Crew
Krog's Kamp is both a saltwater fishing lodge and a freshwater fishing lodge. Guests can opt for a Pacific Halibut trip where guides help you find and catch Pacific Halibut. The lodge serves the waters around Deep Creek, Anchor Point, and Homer. Halibut here average between 45-6- pounds, but it is not uncommon for guests to hook and land Halibut that are over 100 pounds.
Freshwater Fishing for Salmon
The Kenai River system is home to all five species of Pacific Salmon. The Kings, which have an average weight here of 35 pounds, can obtain weights of over 100 pounds. Those are rare, but the record for Alaska Kings is 126 pounds. Kings are often the species to target because of their size. The silver salmon which are smaller or a delight to catch. They are the real fighters within the salmonid family. They strike flies and lures with enough force to take the pole out of your hand. They leap out of the water and put on quite a display. The red salmon are perhaps the best eating salmon, and they are not only beautiful, they arrive by the millions. The rainbow trout here are also large. It is not uncommon to hook a 12-15 pound Rainbow. A record trout would weigh 18+ pounds. Any of these fish are awesome to target with flies or with spinner rods.
Other Activities Available at Krog's Kamp
Welcome to Alaska. There is a ton of activities for fishermen and non-fishermen. The local wildlife is amazingly rich. People come here just to view the birds. Birding here offers an amazing, diverse activity. The eagles are plentiful and willing to put on a display. The tundra swans are beautiful and graceful along the quieter lakes. The woods are full of songbirds too. There are sightseeing trips that will blow your mind. Alaska is home to glaciers, ice fields, and active volcanoes. There is a large diversity of wildlife such as bears, moose, wolves, and Caribou. If you love to hike, they have that too.