Alaska Fishing Guides - king salmon, silver salmon, halibut, trout and more with professional fishing guide Jim Wilson.

Alaska fishing guides at Wilson's Guided Sportfishing of Soldotna Alaska

KingsAlaskaSilversfishingHalibut
Kenai RiverguideCook InletchartersKachemak Bay
Seward & Resurrection Bay

"Hook up with us on the Kenai Peninsula!"

Welcome...
...to Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula, home to world-class salmon and halibut fishing.

My name is Jim Wilson...
I'm a full-time professional guide making my home on the banks of the Kenai River. I have fished the rivers and saltwater of southcentral Alaska since 1975 and guarantee "It doesn't get any better than this."

Kenai River King Salmon
( May - July )
On May 17, 1985, the Kenai River produced the world's largest king salmon caught on sport tackle (97 lbs. 4 oz.) ... and a 100-pounder is overdue!

The Kenai offers two king runs...
beginning in early May and extending through July 31. Depending on water conditions, we "back-troll" or drift for these trophy fish in twenty-foot aluminum powerboats. And, because the Kenai is our back yard, we know the hot spots ... from tidewater to the river's farthest reaches - 50 miles of clear, flowing water and scenic beauty. Your Alaskan fishing adventure would be incomplete without a day on the Kenai!


72 Pound King Salmon !


100 Pound Halibut !

King Salmon and Halibut
( King Salmon:  May & June  -  Halibut:  May-September )

Troll the coastal waters of Cook Inlet for king salmon in a fully-equipped, Coast Guard approved fishing vessel.  Enjoy a spectacular view of the Alaska Range and abundant wildlife as you wait to hook up with the world's hardest fighting sportfish. These bright silver Cook Inlet Kings average thirty pounds, with many reaching 50 pounds or more.

Chase The Monsters...
Then, run to deep water in pursuit of Pacific halibut, the best eating fish anywhere. These powerful flatfish provide non-stop fishing action, with catches averaging 20-50 pounds, and the occasional monster exceeding one hundred, or even two hundred pounds.

Successful Halibut Seasons...
Our guests have experienced near 100% halibut limits during the past twenty-five fishing seasons and we look forward to the same success during your halibut "expedition."

Silver Salmon
( August - September )

These bright, aggressive fighters will attack your lure and provide excitement with every jump and run. Kenai silvers enter the river in early August and are available through September, with fish ranging between eight and eighteen pounds.  And, pink salmon are also available and abundant in even-numbered years.  It's a must for the spincaster ... fast-paced, challenging and rewarding.

Or, enjoy the scenic beauty of Seward as you troll for silver salmon along the shoreline of Resurrection Bay, often in the company of sea lions and killer whales.  It's more great fishing ... all during Alaska's beautiful late summer and fall.

September Silvers
September Silvers !

Easy To Find...
We are located 150 road miles south of Anchorage, a scenic drive on maintained highway or 20 minute flight by commuter airline. Soldotna is centrally located to the Kenai Peninsula's many fishing, hunting and sightseeing activities, with a variety of shops, restaurants and car rental agencies available for your convenience.

Reservations & Information
Advance reservations are recommended to ensure fishing at peak periods and during the best tidal conditions. A 50% deposit is required within ten (10) days to confirm reservations. All deposits are fully refundable if two (2) weeks notice of cancellation is provided. We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have as you plan your fishing trip to Alaska's beautiful Kenai Peninsula.

For more information about Wilson's Guided Sportfishing,
rates, accommodations and more, please visit
our Additional Information page.
And don't
forget to check out our new Photo Page!

Toll-Free Nationwide
1-800-260-4838

Alaska fishing charters and guides - Wilson's Guided Sportfishing
P.O. Box 4386
Soldotna, AK 99669

EMail:
jwsalmon@alaska.net

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