Fishing the Kasilof
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July 8. July is finally here and with it comes big runs of king and sockeye salmon! This is our second run of king salmon, and they average twenty-five to thirty-five pounds with some getting as big as eighty pounds! July is the best month for salmon fishing in Alaska, and the Kasilof can be one of the best salmon rivers in the area. I still have openings, so if you’re interested give me a call or text at 315-529-4204.
We run a four-passenger drift boat and fish for king, silver, and sockeye salmon, depending on the time of year and current fishing regulations. I personally do all of my own trips (no subcontracting). I also have top-of-the-line equipment, private free parking, private boat launch, complimentary filleting of your catch, and on-sight rental cabins. I pride myself on my work; I truly want you to have the best time you can have, and I will do everything I can to make sure that happens. Don’t chance your once-in-a-life-time trip to a big booking agency; come fish with a professional who cares about you and the experience you have!
We are currently booking trips through all of August. Days tend to book up fast so if you are looking to fish on the Kenai Peninsula and the Kasilof River, check my fishing calendar for open dates and give me a call, or text for a faster response.
Capt. Mark Ledden