Kasilof River King Salmon Fishing

  • 7-8 Hour Trip
  • Departs Daily from Cooper Landing, Alaska
  • Moter-less fishery. Drift boats only.

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Don’t tell anybody, but the Kasilof River King salmon fishing is a secret that many locals would like to keep to themselves. Most anglers focus on fishing the Kenai River during the July King salmon run, so the Kasilof River late run has passed under the radar for years.

Kasilof River King Salmon Fishing

  • Three full days of guided drift boat fishing for Salmon, Rainbow Trout & Dolly Varden. We take you wherever the fishing is the best for your favorite species.
  • There are also some good Spring and Fall opportunities for steelhead.
  • Beautiful scenery.
  • Includes all licenses & tags, fish freezing, and vacuum sealing.
  • Perfect for those traveling through the Coopers Landing area by RV, or staying at local B&B’s.

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Kasilof River

Located only 15 miles from the famous Kenai River, the Kasilof River is somewhat of an afterthought. If it were located anywhere else, it would be known as a fantastic King salmon fishery.


The Kasilof River has two distinct runs of king salmon, in addition to a healthy sockeye run, and a exceptional run of silver salmon. It also supports resident rainbow trout and dolly varden. Something it has over on the Kenai is a substantial return of steelhead in the spring and fall.


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