Come enjoy the most beautiful place on earth! 

reds on the Russian! 

Holding up part of her daily limit of sockeye on the Kenai River. 

You really never know whats around the next corner on the Kenai!

Playing in the Kenai River as we get ready to launch the boat.

Floating down the Kenai River passing the Russian River Ferry

Playing with one of the drift boats out in Kenai Lake

Hiking the Upper Russian Lake trail

Floating the river between Sportsmans and Jims

Silver fishing really turns on in August and runs the rest of the season. Heather With a nice one that hit a #4 blue Vibrax. We keep a good supply of lures and gear in our gift shop. 

One of the many black bears in the area. The Kenai Peninsula has one of the largest populations of black and brown bears in the world.

This big guy was just down the street this spring enjoying some fresh grass along the side of the highway. You never know what you will see in Alaska!

The Drive along Turnigan Arm coming from Anchorage. 

Gorgeous day hike to Crescent Lake 

Beautiful silver salmon in the Russian River in September. 

Hiking the trails around the Russian River on a beautiful Spring day.

One of my favorite fishing spots on the Upper Russian River...

Chasing giant lake trout in Hidden Lake; one of the many lakes off Skilak Loop Rd. 

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One of the many alpine lakes right next to the motel

One of the many batches of sockeye salmon we put in the freezer every year. 

Halibut fishing out of Seward. Heather's first halibut! 

Limits of sockeye!