5 star rated lodging accommodations centrally located to all the rivers you’ll be fishing.
The main lodge and four guest cabins overlook Kachemak Bay, Cook Inlet, glaciers, and the famed active volcanoes Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Iliamna. You’ll enjoy jaw dropping views and fine dining during your stay.
You’ll be fishing “No-Tellum Rivers” on the Kenai Peninsula.
A trip to the Kenai Peninsula offers anglers the opportunity to fish three very different rivers for fall run steelhead. What are the names of those rivers you say? Well, you’re not going to find that out until you go see them for yourself! What we will say is that one river boasts the largest steelhead run on the Peninsula. These rivers are highly coveted by local anglers and guides and we intend to keep them as pristine and special as possible.
The three rivers are all very diverse and offer different angling opportunities on each.
Two of these rivers are walk and wade fisheries and the third which boasts the largest run of steelhead on the peninsula is much larger and fished from drift boat along with wading the many gravel bars and runs. We can not say the name of this river in order to protect the fishery and keep it as pristine as possible can not blow out!
The fear of many steelhead anglers when planning a trip is the possibility of heavy rains and a river that blows out while on your trip of a lifetime. This does not happen here!