Explore Alaska’s Wilderness with RV Rentals in Soldotna

Make your Alaska vacation

Are you ready to embark on a memorable adventure through the breathtaking landscapes of Alaska? Book your RV rental in the Soldotna and Kenai area, your gateway to exploring the stunning beauty of the Last Frontier. Whether you’re planning a solo expedition or a family getaway, renting an RV offers you the freedom to roam… Continue reading Explore Alaska’s Wilderness with RV Rentals in Soldotna

The Ultimate Alaska Road Trip | Anchorage to Homer

Anchorage to Homer Road Trip Anchorage to Homer is the ultimate in Alaska road trips. Every year, thousands of tourists take the drive starting in Anchorage, going around Turnagain Arm, and down the Kenai Peninsula to Homer. Homer is at the “end of the road” where the world’s largest natural sand spit stretches into Kachemak… Continue reading The Ultimate Alaska Road Trip | Anchorage to Homer

Homer Fishing Report

Salt Water Fishing Halibut fishing is expected to be poor until late April or early May when fish begin their migration to near-shore waters. When the occasional calm water beckons in winter months, expect to catch fish in the 10-30 pound range. Rockfish are occasionally caught in Lower Cook Inlet while trolling for king salmon. […]

Kenai/Soldotna Fishing Report

May Season Don’t forget your sport fishing license expires at the end of the day on December 31. Remember to purchase next year’s sport fishing license through the Alaska Department of Fish and Game online store, at local ADF&G offices, or vendors. A sport fishing license and king stamp make a great gift that keeps […]

Cooper Landing Fishing Report

Freshwater Fishing Saltwater Fishing Local Lakes Emergency Orders Please review the emergency orders and advisory announcements below in their entirety before heading out on your next fishing trip. Kenai River Kasilof River Personal Use Cook Inlet Salt Waters Local Lakes The second run of sockeye salmon on the Kenai River head for drainages throughout the… Continue reading Cooper Landing Fishing Report

Cooper Landing Fishing Report Scrape in March 2023

Sockeye Salmon July is usually the month for a bounty of sockeye salmon returning to the Kenai, Russian, and Kasilof rivers. In peak years, more than 40,000 sockeye salmon per day have entered the Kenai River to be caught by both boat and shore anglers. Best times are usually the third and fourth week of […]

Hope Fishing Report

December 21, 2022 This is the last fishing report for the 2022 fishing season. This fishing report will be updated when additional information is available. For current seasonal information, please contact the Soldotna office at (907) 262-9368. The Soldotna ADF&G office is now offering a fishing rod loaner program and has salmon fishing gear anglers […]

Hope Fishing Report

December 21, 2022 This is the last fishing report for the 2022 fishing season. This fishing report will be updated when additional information is available. For current seasonal information, please contact the Soldotna office at (907) 262-9368. Local Lakes

Seward Fishing Report

September 9, 2022 General Area Description Salt waters within 200 miles of shore from the longitude of Gore Point to the longitude of Cape Fairfield. All fresh waters between Gore Point and Cape Fairfield. Freshwater Fishing Rainbow Trout/Dolly Varden Dolly Varden will be migrating back into Seward creeks. If you are fly fishing, egg patterns […]