Time to think about the 2017 season!
March 10th update. Spring is almost here and it’s time to think about fishing on the Kasilof! As we get closer to the opening of the spring king salmon season on the Kasilof River (May 15th), we are anticipating a good return of hatchery and wild kings.
In June the Kasilof River is one of the best rivers in Alaska for early king salmon. You have a liberal two-fish limit and can take wild (un fin clipped) kings on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and hatchery fish everyday. This makes the Kasilof a great late spring, early summer fishery. The month of June is also great on the Kasilof because of its early sockeye run. If the early king run slows, the sockeye run picks up the slack. So regardless of when you want to fish, we have you covered and can provide a great trip every time out!
Don’t chance your once-in-a-life-time trip to a big outfit where you may get subcontracted to a guide who has been on the river a short time. I have been guiding on the Kasilof over a decade, and I personally do all of my trips. Give me a call, talk to me, and I think you will see that you will be in good hands for your next Alaska salmon adventure.
We are located on the road system and easy to get to. We have private and safe parking and a private launch where most of our trips start. We can also help you with lodging and recommendations for other adventures you are looking to do.
Call or text (315-529-4204) and step on board for a great Alaska experience.
Capt. Mark Ledden