The Kenai Peninsula is known for its world-class salmon fishing, breathtaking bear adventures, and awe-inspiring glaciers, but don’t overlook the endless birding, canoeing, and hiking possibilities near our top-rated Alaska fishing lodge. There are several exciting (or perhaps relaxing) ways to discover our region’s most vibrant Alaska fall foliage, which is why we offer over a dozen unique packages that cater to travelers of all kinds.
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With Independence Day in the rearview mirror, anglers from across the globe are beginning to plan fall fishing trips to the Kenai Peninsula. The main draw for anglers here at Soldotna B&B Lodge during August, September, and October is feisty coho salmon, the best pound-for-pound battlers in the world-famous Kenai and Kasilof rivers. Not only is our particularly serene slice of Alaskan wilderness located along 300 feet of exclusive Kenai River frontage, but the surrounding mountains transform into a beautiful mixture of marigold, kelly green, and candlelight orange.
Every angler has that dream of going up to an Alaska fishing lodge with a close group of friends, wrestling trophy fish, and bringing home the pictures of their catches. At Soldotna Bed & Breakfast Lodge this dream becomes a reality. Not only do they have the best fishing with incredible Alaskan views but you will be taken out by professional guides. They will be sure to find you the best fishing spots and help you catch that trophy fish of your dreams.