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FIND NEW ADVENTURES WITH WESTERN WILDERNESS ADVENTURES

If your looking for an exciting Alaskan experience look no further! With world class fishing and spectacular scenery your days out will be filled with excitement and adventure. No matter if it is your first time or if you are a seasoned fisherman, the landscape and animals always provide a unique experience.

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SPECIES WE GUIDE FOR

The Kenai Peninsula has many different opportunities for fishermen and is filled with many freshwater species that can be targeted year round. These are a few of the species we mainly target.

RAINBOW TROUT

Trout fishing for Rainbows can be done year round in Alaska, during the summer months there are many ways to target these trout. Alaska is also known for the size of the rainbows that can be caught.

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KING SALMON

King salmon are amongst many peoples bucket list fish due to their incredible size and fighting strength. We target King salmon from their early run in May through the main runs into July.

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SOCKEYE

Sockeye or otherwise known as Red Salmon can make for an action packed day. The runs of sockeye start as early as early June and runs through to the beginning of August where it starts to slow down.

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SILVER SALMON(COHO)

Silver salmon are the acrobats of the salmon family and provide a thrilling fight as they are a strong fighting fish with lots of funk. Silver runs starts up August and can run all the way to the beginnings of October.

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STEELHEAD

Steelhead are some of the hardest fighting fish for any angler and provide some great days on the river. Fishing for steelhead often occurs from October-December but can also be sought after in the months of May and early June.

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LAKE TROUT

Lake trout are always a blast especially when you hook into a monster. These fish can be sought after all year round and are quite fun to go after when ice fishing.

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ARTIC CHAR

This is a unique species of fish and are native to many of the alpine, sub-artic waters in Alaska. These fish mature to many different sizes and can reach over ten pounds

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TRIP PRICES

$235 USD

Early King Salmon

May 16-June 30

$255 USD

Early King Salmon/Sockeye Combo

June

$275 USD

Prime Time King Salmon

July

$295 USD

Prime Time King/Sockeye Combo

July

$235 USD

Silver Season

August

$275 USD

Prime Time Silvers

September

$275 USD

Steelhead

Oct-Dec/May-June

$200 USD

Ice Fishing

December-March

$215 USD

Early Sockeye

June

$235

Prime Time Sockeye

July-August

ABOUT OUR MAIN GUIDES

Keegan- Born and raised in Alaska I easily fell in love with the art of fishing. As life progressed I then realized I wanted to continue my passion but as a guide so I could let others experience the same love and passion I have for this sport.

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ABOUT THE OWNER

Professional Guide

 My love for the outdoors started since I could walk and talk. My dad got me into hunting and fishing and it took off from there. I currently guide in Alaska on the Kenai peninsula as a drift boat and power boat captain on the Kasilof and Kenai river systems for Salmon, Trout, and Steelhead.

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CONTACT

719-640-7186

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