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  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $2,500 to $3,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $500 to $1,000 Per Person
    Half Day: $150 to $199 Per Person
    Full Day: $200 to $299 Per Person
  • Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
  • Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing

Randa's Guide Service focuses on quality fly fishing in world-class rivers and Trophy Halibut fishing throughout the Kenai Peninsula. For freshwater rivers, guests have the option of fishing the Kenai River or Kasilof River or in lakes such as Skilak (ski lack). The local area is a haven for big Trophy Salmon, and big Halibut and guests can opt to fish the waters of Cook Inlet for both Salmon and Halibut.

Freshwater Rivers and Lakes

There is a lot of good reasons to fish Freshwater when you come to Alaska. The Kenai River is fabled as a Salmon Fishing river and for many good reasons. One of those is the huge number of Salmon that populate the river during spawning seasons. Runs of Sockeye crest the three million mark. Big Trophy King Salmon are here too. Plus, you have access to 30-inch Rainbow Trout. The lakes are as prolific as the rivers, and when it comes to fishing adventures, you cannot go wrong on the Kenai Peninsula.

Saltwater Fishing with Randa's Guide Service

The Cook Inlet stretches for 180 miles and is a gateway for Salmon to stage before their spawning run. It is all the Salmon that bring the Halibut, and when you have Halibut with Salmon, you have an exceptional fishing area.

When you choose Randa's Guide Service, you are assured quality guides and access to spectacular fishing areas. They offer beginning and basic instruction so that you can learn to fish as you fish. They also use high-end gear such as Sage or Echo rods and Hatch reels. If you want to fish with your own gear, they don't mind.

In addition to Halibut, you have access to Rock Fish and Salmon in Cook Inlet. The Halibut here range to 400 pounds. Expect plenty of Halibut in the 50-100 pound range and access to the barn door Halibut in the 100-300 pound range.

Steelhead fishing is also available just ask about it when you book your trip.

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