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.
Three more days remain in the 2020 Upper Cook Inlet Board of Fisheries meeting and if you believe in conservation, and are a personal use/sport fisherman, you have to be excited with the changes so far. Here are a few of the highlights. The Kenai River will see an increase of the in river escapement …
It’s day three of AK Board of Fisheries meetings and already there are changes to the fishery. Ironically, these changes are from the International Pacific Halibut Commission, and not the Board of Fisheries and will affect the halibut fishery in South Central Alaska. Charter operators will be unable to book halibut trips on Tuesdays and …
Mark your calendars. The Alaska Board of Fisheries triennial meeting will be held in Anchorage from February 7th until February 19th. This is a big deal. The Alaska Board of Fisheries is comprised of seven members and their purpose is to conserve and develop the fishing resource of the state. Perhaps the most important task …
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has released the 2020 Kenai River king salmon forecast. The early run (May/June) forecast is 4,794. Although below average, this forecast falls within the optimum escapement goal of 3,900 to 6,000 fish. The late run (July) forecast is 22,707. This estimate is within the sustainable escapement goal of …
Okay. I admit it. That looks miserable. That’s Audria Bloch hunkered down on the boat ride to one of my secret silver salmon spots this past September. I like fishing the Kenai any time I can, but September is my favorite month. Why you ask? Less anglers, and more fishing action. What’s not to like …
I’m sure there’s a backstory about why this boat was left high and dry on the Beaver Creek gravel bar. Did they run out of gas? Did they have a medical emergency and abandon the boat? Probably neither. I think the real reason was inattention/distraction during a falling tide. File this under, “Things you don’t want …