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Trout fishing on the Upper Kenai this week between Sportsman’s and Jim’s Landing has turned “ultra-tech” as water flows continue to drop and the water clarity is New Zealand caliber. Old School Kenai River fly fishing tactics have been nullified, and anglers approaching the drift ninja style are hook...

Trout fishing on the Upper Kenai this week has turned on strong. Sockeye salmon numbers are starting to thin out, and the rainbow trout are moving back into their heavy-hitter feeding lanes. The carcass piles in the Upper Kenai are colossal, and Pro Anglers that are coming prepared with Micro-Flesh Flies in all stages of dec...

Fishing on the Kenai this week continues to blow minds and tippets. The first run of sockeye salmon continue to flood the Upper Kenai in massive swarms and fly fisherman targeting these chrome rockets are investing heavily in Ben- Gay cream. The bag limit has been increased to six fish per person and carcass piles are stack...


The 2009 Upper Kenai River opened up full force with one the biggest runs of first run sockeye to hit the river since the glory days of Quiet Riot! Fly fishing Sockeye has been fast and furious and the run seems to just keep building. We have been spotting massive schools throughout the entire river system. These fish are al...

We are stoked to have Billy Coulliette providing us Kenai fishing reports this summer. As a guide who lives and works every day on the Kenai River, he is going to keep us all on top of the fishery. We just talked with Billy on June 9th and he reports a lot of reds are in the river already. This should make for some killer t...

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