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.
I fished every day this past week with the exception of Monday. I would’ve fished Monday, but Mondays are designated as drift boat only days on the Kenai River and I don’t own a drift boat. How was the fishing? My salmon catch rate mirrored the sonar counter….ZERO. If you don’t believe me, the sonar …
One of the annual traditions of spring for me is to take my eight foot cataraft out of storage and float the lower Kenai River. There are three reasons why I do this. First and foremost, it’s the first time being on the river for the year. Second, it’s great exercise rowing a cataraft, and …
The sun set on the Kenai for two guys I’m going to miss dearly. I was hoping to write about Mother’s Day today, or talk about a wonderful neighborhood razor clam fry on Friday, but instead I’m honoring two men who passed on May 7th. This post honors the legacy of Bob “Deano” Laflamme, and …
For me, the official start of our season begins when the dock goes in. With the highest tide of the month happening at 5:21 a.m. this morning, it was go time. Jane was unable to help me with the task this year, so neighbor Dan stepped in to fill her wading boots. Thanks Dan! I …
In light of these crazy times, Jane and I want to extend our well wishes to you and your families and hope you are safe and sound. First, our hearts go out to anyone who has been impacted by the virus, either directly or indirectly. Our thoughts are especially with those who are sick, and …
Ever wonder what happens when you misplace your pen? Apparently, every one of them has ended up in my tackle box. Now, if somebody could tell me where the extra socks end up, I’d be eternally grateful. Holy cow. I keep my tackle box relatively organized, but while doing a deep clean, I couldn’t believe …