6bed/4 bath house on the Kenai River

Free cancellation
We have multiple lodging options for visitors! We have a beautiful 6 bedroom / 4 bath house on the Kenai River in Soldotna that we rent only to groups. This facility has lots of room to spread out and enjoy Alaska. We have a full kitchen , washer/dryer, sat. TV, wifi, multiple freezers and grills. We have a large smoke house , covered fish cleaning station, huge deck down at the rivers edge with over 100 foot of fishing platform. This is the perfect spot for large groups and family vacations. You will be the only group at the lodge and will have full run of the facility.


Check dates with the Operator
We recommend checking dates with the Guide before booking your trip.


Trip Includes

Trip does NOT Include
Pick-up service
Fishing license
Float plane service

Catch & release
You keep catch


Free cancellation (30 days in advance).
Please contact us as soon as you know you cant make a trip. If we can rebook it we will never the deposit.


Rainbow Trout
Steelhead trout
Dolly Varden

Types of Fishing
Backcountry fishing
River fishing
Lake fishing
Nearshore fishing
Offshore fishing
Inshore fishing

Fishing Techniques
Light tackle
Drift fishing
Fly fishing
Deep sea fishing
Bottom fishing
Heavy tackle

Fish finder
Fishing chair
Fishing Pole
Rod holders
Rods & Reels
Tackle box
Trolling motor


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In 1991 I graduated from Georgia Southern University, loaded my back pack, drove to Seattle, ditched the car, caught the ferry, slept on the deck up the Inside Passage, got off in Haines and hitch-hiked all summer with a very light budget and a fairly heavy back pack. Most of our rides came from local Alaskans that hauled us around the state sharing laughs, stories, fishing tips and on occasion their “secret fishing spots”. After hitch-hiking more than two thousand miles, eating pounds of wild berries, freeze dried food and fresh fish all I wanted to do was go back to Georgia eat some of my moms pork chops, pack up the rest of my hunting and fishing gear, and move to Alaska! That fall I put on a nice sweater, printed off a resume and drove to Atlanta to a local fishing show to get myself hooked up on a job in Alaska! I met a lodge owner that hired me to do everything from launching boats to cleaning fish. The lodge was a very high end facility right on the beach of the Cook Inlet. I worked like a dog but for a few hours each day that summer, I would go fishing for salmon and halibut. The pay was crummy, the hours were long, but the fishing was fantastic, I was in heaven. After the fishing season ended, I moved to the Kenai Peninsula town of Sterling just outside of Soldotna and guided the following 8 seasons for the lodge. We fished 7 days a week for four months straight and you couldn’t slap the smile off my face. I love fishing, I mean I love everything about it. I love being outside chasing fish! Even when the weather is bad, I love fishing, I figure that a guy has to have the rainy and windy days to appreciate the sunny ones. After almost 30 years of fishing the Kenai Peninsula waters, I have sat in the rain many an hour, I have caught thousands of pounds of fish and I have taken more than one skunking. And I have loved every minute of it! In 2001 I began Alaskan Widespread Fishing Adventures Inc. I treat my business like a business. I control what I can control, the boats are cleaned each night, the books are kept straight, and confirmations are checked and re-checked. We tie fresh leaders each evening, keep razor sharp hooks on each line, we plan our work and we work our plan. But I don’t do it for the money, I do it all because I love fishing and this business has supported that passion. Mindy and I have an incredible lifestyle and we are truly grateful to be living our dream. We get to share Alaska with people that are on vacation and enjoy fishing! What could be better? We may be fishing with the repeat client that comes back every year and has fished hundreds of hours with us. Or perhaps we are fishing with the angler that has dreamed their whole life of coming to Alaska and fishing. We get to participate in other people’s dreams and adventures!

Alaskan Widespread Fishing Adventure Alaskan Widespread Fishing Adventure

Operator since 2001

How to get there

Soldotna, Alaska, United States

Book with 15% deposit

Once the lodge confirms your trip, your credit card will be charged with a 15% deposit to guarantee the reservation.

Pay remaining balance to the guide

The remaining balance will be paid directly to the lodge up to 14 days before the trip. The following payment methods are available: