Trophy King Lodge



    Kenai Peninsula, AK, USA






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    At Trophy King Lodge, we live up to our name. We are the top saltwater lodge for trophy King Salmon in all of Alaska. Why? Location, location, location! Every trophy King en route to the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers (the two biggest trophy King Salmon rivers in North America), passes in front of the lodge. The average fish we catch in the trophy run weighs in between 45 and 70 pounds. The TKL record to date is a montrous 84 pounds!

    In May and early June, we get a great run of Spring Kings (avg. 18-35 pounds). August brings the popular Silver Salmon, which is our biggest saltwater run. Every year, an estimated 70,000 King Salmon and over 1,000,000 Silvers & Sockeye pass by the lodge.

    Our unique location, right on the beach, gives us quick access to some of Alaska's best saltwater fishing grounds. Every Kenai and Kasilof King runs right past the lodge, en route to the spawning grounds. Unlike many parts of Alaska, we are able to catch huge Halibut in relatively shallow water. We have over 100 holes marked on our GPS maps spanning an area of about 80 square miles and we fish depths of 40-180 feet. We find the halibut wherever they are located, throughout the season. We also have all the required professional gear to safely place any size Halibut in the box. It seems everyone wants to join the "Century Club" with his own trophy Halibut over 100 pounds. Each year that dream is realized, as we harvest a number of "barn doors" well over the 100 pound mark. The lodge record is a whopping 350 pounds!

    The Kenai and Kasilof Rivers are two of the main rivers for freshwater fishing on the Kenai Peninsula and consistent producers of Trophy Salmon and Trophy Rainbow Trout. The Kasilof is almost all glacial fed causing a light green water color year-around. This is also a drift only river. We fish the Kasilof from the middle of May through June for the Spring King Salmon. We return in August to fish for those Sporty Silvers.

    What Do We Fish For?

    May 15 to Aug 18
    • Dolly Varden
    • Halibut
    • Rockfish (Yellow Eye, Red Snapper)
    • Chinook (King) Salmon
    • Coho (Silver) Salmon
    • Sockeye (Red) Salmon
    • Rainbow Trout


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    5 nights / 4 days fishing | 6 Day Deluxe Combination Package
    5 nights / 4 days fishing | Saltwater & River Combination Package
    Enjoy 2 full days of epic King Salmon river fishing at our Nushagak River Safari Camp. Transfer the 2nd evening or 3rd moring to Trophy King Lodge, enjoy 2 additional days of fishing for salmon or halibut.

    Unless otherwise stated, prices do not include taxes, gratuities, or fishing license/stamp.

    Single occupancy available, add US$1,800 per person. Non-fishing guests: US$1,800pp. Additional days add US$750pp/day.

    Optional trips:

    • Rockfishing & marine wildlife viewing: US$75pp
    • Kenai & Kasilof river fishing: US$250pp
    • Flyout & bear viewing, Cook Inlet: US$375pp

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    What's included?

    How many hours of guided fishing?

    8-10 hrs/day

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    Our bar is well stocked with top-shelf liquor, wine and seasonal micro-brew on tap.


    Our bar is well stocked with top-shelf liquor, wine and seasonal micro-brew on tap.



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    The Lodge accommodates up to twenty guests per week. Our newly decorated rooms have two double beds, private bath, well-stocked mini refrigerator and daily maid service. A separate billiards room, with poker table, Internet access and its own view of the Cook Inlet, provides some of the nightly entertainment. "Alaska-length" sunsets from the porch and beachfront firepit or relax and unwind in the sauna. All of this follows mouth-watering three course meals and our famous home-made desserts prepared by our Gourmet Chefs.

    Corporate buyout:     

    Take the lodge for your own corporate outing or family trip. Discounts apply for groups of 8-16 guests.

    We can book a week for you to entertain clients, reward customers or top producers in your company with 4 day trips! Inquire below for details.

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    Average travel time to fishing grounds:

    5-10 mins.

    Other Activities Available

    Experience one of Alaska's greatest adventures via float plane ride and get up close and personal with Coastal Brown and Black Bears


    Refridgerator in each room with water, soda & juice. Daily maid service is included.

    With an average of ten fishing hours per day, our clients work up quite the appetite and we answer the call. We serve three incredible three to five course, gourmet meals each day and dinner is considered and event onto its own.

    Even though we have nearly 24 hours of sunlight per day, it can sometimes be cool on the water. So, we have a great sauna incorporated into our main two-story lodge, with easy access from all rooms.

    We have the closest access to Saltwater Salmon and Halibut. Period! No other lodge in Alaska can boast the same. WE average fishing 5-10 minutes from the back porch.

    Fishing is not the only sport our guests partake, while at the lodge. Our Billiards and Poker room provides hours of friendly competition and adds just one more area of entertainment for all.



    Custom-designed 23' walk-around bay boats.


    Heated cabin:

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    Deposit required: 50%

    Balance due: 30 days prior to start of trip.

    All payments are non-refundable, but raincheck may be given at owner's discretion. Trips may be transferred or have name changed on reservation.

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    • boats and fuel
    • guiding
    • all meals
    • fish processing (unless fishing is catch-and-release only, this is not applicable)
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