Kasilof River Fly Fishing

The 7th most popular fly fishing river in Alaska.

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On the southwest side of the Kenai Peninsula, the Kasilof River starts from Tustumena Lake and flows down into the confluence with Cook Inlet. The Kasilof River is well known for its run of Chinook Salmon (King Salmon) in May and early June.

Overall, Kasilof River is the 7th most popular fly fishing river of all 18 fly fishing spots in Alaska.


Local Contact(s):  Alaska Tourism (907) 465-2010; Kenai River Float-n-Fish (907) 595-3505.

Recommended Book:  "Fishing Alaska Kenai Peninsula" from Dave Atcheson

Best Season:  May

GPS:  60.372996, -151.304998

Date Published:  12/30/2015

Date Updated:  7/5/2016

ID:  21689


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