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Pure Paradise

Experience Alaska

When it comes to breathtaking natural landscapes and impromptu encounters with a myriad of wildlife, there is no other state quite like Alaska. Renowned as “The Last Frontier”, it certainly jumps right to the very top in terms of amazing beauty.

Get Hooked on Alaska is here to help you book the trip of a lifetime with our select tours and escapes. We have two brand new cabins to rent and preplanned excursions for your Alaskan getaway.

Review Our Packages

For the trip of a lifetime

Each Get Hooked on Alaska package is a week long (Sun-Sun) and features up to 5 different fishing activities. All packages also include fishing equipment needed for DIY fishing on the river. We will also make sure you have plenty of time to sightsee beautiful Alaska. Please choose the appropriate package you would like. Our schedules are customized to your desires!

Charters & Tours

Alaskan Fishing

Charters & Tours

Alaskan Fishing

Salmon Fishing Kenai & Kasilof Rivers

Located on the Kenai Peninsula are the world famous Kenai and Kasilof Rivers. They are known for some of the best salmon fishing in the state of Alaska. With great public access, both rivers provide an abundance of opportunity to target the many different types of salmon. There are peak times for each species of salmon, so make sure you check with our staff to ensure the best times of the year to book your trip.

Halibut Fishing

Another reason the Kenai Peninsula is so famous is the amazing halibut fishing. Homer is known as the halibut capital of the world and Seward is not far behind. Our experienced guides will take you on the trip of a lifetime. The boat ride is an adventure in itself. You’ll get to see plenty of local sea life, from sea otters, seals, and even the occasional whale. The limit is 2 halibut per day per person. One any size and one up to 26 inches. These trips are sure to fill the freezer with some of the best fish you’ve ever tasted.

Fly Out Salmon & Bear Viewing

One of the most popular charters is the fly out salmon and bear viewing. This trip starts with an amazing plane ride across the Cook Inlet. During your 20 minute flight you will see the Alaska Range with the three active volcanoes, Redoubt, Spur and Iliamna. You will land on Big River Lakes, a system of freshwater lakes and rivers, then transfer to one of their boats to start your day. The scenery is second to none as you fish for red or silver salmon and get the chance for close up bear viewing from the safety and comfort of your boat. Many guests boast this is the highlight of their trip and a must do!

Combo Salmon & RockFish

Another amazing trip we offer is a day on the salt water chasing salmon and rockfish. The ocean is full of surprises and when you send that jig or bait down into the deep you never know what’s down there hungry and ready to strike. Could be a huge salmon, black sea bass, yellow eyed rockfish or the ultimate trophy, a huge lingcod. The scenery never disappoints anywhere in Alaska but this trip is especially remarkable and the boat trip alone is amazing. This is another great chance to fill the freezer full of amazing hard to come by fish.

The Last Frontier

Our Cabins

Brand New Construction

Our brand new cabins are located in the beautiful town of Soldotna, Alaska. We have two cabins to choose from that can accommodate a couple looking to getaway to a large family vacation. See below for cabin amenities.

Teton Cabin

Our Teton Cabin is a brand new build and a quaint Alaskan stay. The cabin has 1 bedroom and 1 bath. The loft features additional beds. This cabin can sleep four to six in a group. The Teton is also fully furnished with a kitchen. We require a minimum of two occupants to book.

Bighorn Cabin

Our Bighorn Cabin is a brand new build and a spacious Alaskan getaway. The cabin has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The loft features additional beds. This cabin can sleep up to ten occupants. It is also fully furnished with a kitchen. We require a minimum of four occupants to book.

Things to Do

Explore the area

Your adventure starts in Soldotna on the Kenai Peninsula. Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula extends 150 miles southwest from the Chugach Mountains south of Anchorage. Take advantage of your visit and explore the area of Soldotna, Homer and the Kenai playground.

Explore things to do in the area

Local Restaurants & Hikes

What to Expect

Frequently Asked Questions

Flight Details

You will want to fly into Anchorage Airport (ANC). From there you can rent a vehicle and drive to Kenai (approximately 3 hours). Or you can book a connecting flight to Kenai Airport (ENA) through ERA Aviation, Grant Aviation or Ravn Alaksa, then rent a car in Kenai.

Rental Cars & Getting Around

Our cabins are located in Soldotna, Alaska. There is no public transportation, so a rental car is a must. Rentals can be scarce in this area, especially during peak season, so to better accommodate our guests we offer 2 in house rental car options.

Get Hooked on Alaska Rental Cars:

  • SUV (seats up to 7) available for $1,500 for the week.
  • Truck (seats up to 6) available for $1500 for the week

Please inform us if you want to use our vehicle. Otherwise there are other options below.

Drive Times:

  • Kenai 15 minutes
  • Homer 1.5 hours
  • Seward 2 hours
  • Anchorage 3 hours

Rental Car Companies in Kenai

  • Avis
  • Budget
  • Enterprise
  • Payless
Check-In & Check-Out Times

For both of our cabins, we have the following checkin/checkout times:

Check-In – 3:00 PM
Check-Out – 11:00 AM

Equipment Provided

All packages include fishing equipment needed for DIY fishing on the river. You are welcome to pack your own fishing equipment if desired.

Weather

The weather is very erratic from morning to evening. It could be a sunny 66 degrees with a light breeze and hours later, low hanging clouds, light rain, and 50 degrees that can last for a few days.

What to Pack

Jeans, good walking shoes, a comfortable sweatshirt and light jacket are what you need for short excursions, sightseeing, or for an evening out on the town.

For our fishing charters, layered clothing is the best option to stay prepared for anything. Cotton should be avoided because it provides poor insulation when wet, it’s difficult to dry, and can be cold when it’s chilly out.

A wool fleece or other synthetic fabrics under a windbreaker jacket will provide the best protection. Be sure to bring lightweight, quality rain gear just in case.

Let’s get hooked on Alaska

Book your trip below

We recommend that you plan to arrive in Anchorage on a Saturday, stay the night and then join us at Get Hooked on Alaska from Sunday to Sunday. We can assist you with longer visits if you prefer, just let us know!

Any questions?

Reach out to us

We want to make this your trip of a lifetime, so if there is anything you need or have questions about, please do not hesitate to ask.

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