Guided Steelhead Fishing
On Alaska's Kenai Peninsula
GUIDED STEELHEAD FISHING OPTIONS
Alaska Steelhead Fishing Guide
Kenai and Kasilof River Steelhead Fishing
Are you looking for an Alaskan Steelhead guided fishing experience on the Kenai Peninsula? Then trust ChasingTales Alaska steelhead fishing guides to take you out for an unforgettable experience! Located along the Kenai and Kasilof River, you can find a robust population of steelhead to fish.
Big, bright, and very aggressive, a substantial number of mature steelhead migrate to the small rivers along the Southern Kenai Peninsula during the Fall months before the freeze. But be prepared to dress for the cold because steelhead tend to thrive in these waters. Not nearly as easy to catch as silver salmon, steelhead fishing is still fun to chase and more rewarding. All steelhead are catch and release and may not be removed from the water.
Ready to book your Alaska steelhead fishing trip? Contact us today to reserve your spot on the Kenai and Kasilof River as spots tend to book up fast!
Standard rates are $300 per seat for full day charters and $200 per seat for half day charters. Early Spring and late Fall season special pricing is available. Please call for details.
We also offer an exclusive boat or private boat option for $900 for a full day charter with up to two anglers. Each additional angler is $100. This is primarily geared towards more experienced fly fisherman who would like a little more space to better enjoy casting. Don't let this deter you though if you would like the space and are not into fly fishing we are happy to accommodate.
ChasingTales Alaska will provide all necessary terminal tackle and equipment needed to fish from either of our custom built Willie Power and custom built Willie Drift Boat.
What is not included in the price?
A valid State of Alaska sport fishing License and King Salmon stamp.
Lunch is also not included in pricing but we may be able to arrange to have one made at an additional cost please ask about this at the time of booking.