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Thank you for choosing Jammin' Salmon Alaska Vacation Rental and Kenai River Fishing on the Kenai Peninsula

Welcome to Alaska's Playground, the Kenai Peninsula! Our cabins are located 3 miles off of the Sterling Highway, approximately 5 miles from Sterling, Alaska. Although there are multiple public access areas to fish, you will enjoy your own private fishing dock right on the most captivating river you will ever experience.

At 82 miles long, the Kenai River, starting from the Sargeant Glacier Fields, flows west to the Cook inlet. The 1.4 million acre watershed is home to four species of Pacific Salmon, including the largest of the king salmon. The glacier runoff gives the Kenai River a milky, emerald - green color. The river supports 37 species of fish including world class rainbow trout. The Kenai River is also home to 100 kinds of birds, including 21 species of waterfowl. The area supports populations of black and brown bears, wolves, lynx, bald eagles, caribou and moose.

Located at Kenai River mile 41, we are literally right in the middle of this awesome spectacle. Only the longtime residents along the river, and those who run the river frequently, are aware of it's secrets. Prized bank fishing frontage, so predominantly successful for catching red salmon, silver salmon, rainbow trout and dolly varden trout, is only a short walk from your lodging accommodations.

Additional Costs for travel to Alaska's Kenai Peninsula

Soldotna, Alaska Chamber of Commerce on the Kenai PeninsulaIn addition to your lodging and fishing, there are several costs associated with your trip:

Transportation to the Kenai Peninsula
If you arrive in Achorage, you will need to rent a car and take a two hour trip south of Anchorage to Alaska's Playground, the Kenai Peninsula. You may opt to take a 30 minute commuter flight from Anchorage to Kenai. However, you will need to make arrangements for transportation to our location, which is approximately 45 minutes from the Kenai Airport.

Food on the Kenai Peninsula
We offer a continental breakfast, which is included in our rates. You will be responsible for all other meals. If you desire to save money, we recommend taking advantage of the fully furnished kitchenette in our bunkhouse to cook your own meals. You may want to grill or BBQ your catch on a gas grill provided for your use. If you prefer not to cook, there are several restaurants and a pizza place 10-15 minutes drive from our location. Further into Soldotna, you will find many choices to dine or shop for mainstays.

Alaska Fishing License
You will need to purchase an Alaska State Fishing License. You may purchase your license at most grocery stores, tackle shops, sporting goods stores and gas stations located from Anchorage and throughout the Kenai Peninsula. If you will be fishing for king salmon, you need to purchase a king stamp in addition to your standard fishing license. You can also purchase the license online at Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Fish Processing on the Kenai Peninsula
We will clean, fillet and bag your fish for you. Vacuum packing is available for a fee. You will have a freezer available for your use during your stay.

 

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