Lodging & Guided Fishing Trips
On The Famous Kenai River, Alaska!
Beaver Creek Cabins – A Kenai River, Alaska Resort
Kenai River Guided Fishing Trips, Charter & Lodging All In One
Come Experience Our Relaxing Hospitality and Our Knowledge of Alaska’s Sportfishing on the Kenai River
Beaver Creek Cabins and Guide Service offers our guests all the seclusion of an Alaskan cabin without leaving the amenities of home. Kenai and Soldotna, are minutes away providing easy access to shops, grocery stores, restaurants and more. And fishing… our dock is just outside your cabin’s door. Whether you’re visiting as an angler, hunter or sightseer, each of our private cabins will give you a relaxing stay.
- Barbecue – Great for the daily “fish that got away” stories.
- Group Rates Available. Business travelers, family fishing groups, etc.
- Vacuum sealer available for guest use.
- Freezer Room.
- Fresh linens, maid service.
- Wireless available at the office.
- Off season rates available.
Kenai River Fishing Reports & Blog
Check back often for updated Kenai River fishing reports from Keith. Also find great Alaska salmon fishing tips and other area info.
Careful for what you wish for. This past week, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced the Kenai River early run king salmon fishery will be restricted to catch and release fishing from June 17th until June 30th. This measure is being taken to protect a weak run and to ensure fishing opportunities in …
Reds, reds, reds. The hot fishing for the week was chasing red salmon on the peninsula. When Chuck, Deb, Larry, and Brenda left our cabins last week, they traveled to Seward to fish for red salmon. To say they were successful would be an understatement. It wasn’t just one day of great fishing, they …
Last year, it took until June before a king salmon came to the boat. This year, we got it done in May. Just barely. On May 31st, after a three year hiatus, I was reunited with Chuck and Deb. On this visit, they brought their friends Larry and Brenda. Not too long into the morning, …
Cue the animals. What a week for animal viewing. The highlight came when I was walking down the dock and came upon a mamma moose and her newborn calf. Considering the calf was still wet, the birth had to have happened within a couple of hours. The caribou decided people should see them too. A …
I first fished the Kenai River on May 19th, 1985. I didn’t catch a king salmon on that day, and I didn’t thirty six years later. If I’m lucky, I’ll be fishing thirty six years from now too. I got out on the river three days this past week with Dave and Dan. We’re still …
For me, there’s nothing like the walk down the dock for the first guided fishing trip of the year. It’s the giddy anticipation of the day ahead and for the season that will come. I guided on the river twice this past week. My conclusion is this: it’s early, and you can’t catch what’s not …