Drift boat Fishing on the Kasilof River !!!
One of the special things things about the Kenai peninsula is the Kasilof river. It’s a very unique and special river. The Kasilof starts at the mouth of Tustemena Lake a massive glacial lake and one of alaska’s largest and then spills west to its mouth at Cook Inlet. The kasilof offers a very different angling experience from it’s big brother the Kenai River just 11 miles to the north. We fish the Kasilof in drift boats and leave the outboards back on the Kenai. Drift boats are an amazing way to go fishing. With no power boats on the river the fishery is quite relaxing and enjoyable. This trip provides a great way to relax and get out on the water. Also, the Kasilof tends to get less angler pressure than it’s “Big Brother” which lends itself to a more tranquil experience. The Kasilof is a short tidal influenced river so we almost always catch chrome bright Salmon fresh from the ocean. These fish are hard fighting and great eating. Both being very good things. The Kasilof provides many great chances to view wildlife such as moose, eagles and many others birds and animals. All in all, the Kasilof is just a great River. If you are planning a fishing trip to the Kenai Peninsula I highly recommend a day or two fishing the Kasilof River.
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