Getting here


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* All fishing occurs on the Kenai River and Kasilof River. You will need to arrange transportation to the rivers. Girdwood is 111 mi. (2 hours) and Moose Pass is 65 mi. (1.25 hours). If staying in Soldotna expect to take 20 minutes to get to the boat launch.

Fly AND drive to the Kenai River

Begin by booking a flight to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Then, if you have the chance to drive from Anchorage to one of our base locations, you will not be disappointed. The Seward Highway is one of the most scenic drives in North America. All the major rental car companies are located at the Anchorage International Airport or you can shop online through Truro for a private car rental.

If you have friends and/or family with you and want to make a scenic adventure of it, there are motorhome rentals all over Anchorage (not just at the airport). An upgraded camping trip to the Kenai River is a great way to experience Alaska.

Fly and fly

If you’re looking for the fastest possible way to get here, start by booking a flight to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Then you’ll want to book a flight from Anchorage to Kenai, Alaska for your fishing adventure. Don’t worry; even if you fly into Kenai, you’ll still get some incredibly scenic views from the sky. The flight is only about a half-hour. Two airlines fly from Anchorage to Kenai – Ravn and Grant.

Car rentals are available at the Kenai Airport from Avis and Budget.

Kenai River Lodging


Booking a trip with Kenai river recon is easy!

When you’re planning a fishing trip to Alaska, it’s hard to know where to start. So here’s the thing:
Don’t worry about it. Just give us a call, and we’ll walk you through everything.
It’s easier than you think.