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The Anglers Lodge for Alaskan Fishing

The Anglers Lodge for Alaskan Fishing by by John Smi

The Kenai River is just steps away from Anglers Lodge, an Alaska Fishing Lodge located on the Kenai Peninsula. This family run business, since 1987, offers all the charm you would expect from a fishing lodge. Full-service at Anglers Lodge includes great lodging and accommodations and a wide variety of Alaska fishing.

This Alaska Fishing Lodge has non-smoking lodge and rooms. The rooms themselves are carpeted with phones, coffee pots (a must for you early morning risers), private baths, daily maid service, and even mini-refrigerators. Most rooms come with a pair of double beds and if you like there are single and triple accommodations in some rooms.

You can start your day off with the Continental breakfast and not worry about lunches, as those are available in the Lodge or packed for your boat trips. At the end of the day you can bring your swim trunks and enjoy a leisurely soak in the eight person hot tub, catch an evening meal at the lodge and sit around the camp fire area swapping those fishing lies.

When you think Alaska Fishing Lodge you think about the fishing and Anglers Lodge lives up to its name. Their Salmon fishing guides will treat you to some fantastic fishing areas nearby. May through July, you can fish King, Chinook, Sockeye, or even Red Salmon. You can even go fishing for Pacific Halibut. August, at Anglers Lodge, will bring the Silver and Coho Salmon. Rainbow Trout can be hot on the Kenai River in September, so you might want to consider some fly-fishing at that time.

Half and Full day fishing packages are available. Both full and half day fishing packages include lodging, meals, and of course fishing for anywhere from two to seven nights. The months of May through September are prime months for Anglers Lodge and booking in advance is highly recommended.

Boat accommodations at Anglers Lodge include twenty drift boats, twenty powerboats, and the twenty-eight foot Marly Rae. The drift and powerboats can handle up to four people and a guide, with the Marly Mae filling out at six people plus the captain and deckhand. Safety comes first with this Alaska Fishing Lodge, as all boats are Coast Guard inspected and approved.

What more can a person say about Anglers Lodge? This is a truly full-service Alaska Fishing Lodge at it's best. The accommodations are pleasant, the family run atmosphere makes a person feel right home, and it has more fishing available than you can shake a fishing rod at.

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