Alaskan Angling Adventures is the fulfillment of my lifelong passion. My earliest memories revolve around fishing. Like many of my guests over the years I came to Alaska on vacation. I never left. After experiencing the awesome majesty of the Kenai Peninsula I knew I had found my home. I have guided thousands of guests on their Alaskan adventures. The best trip for me is the one I will take tomorrow. I look forward to guiding you to success and lifelong memories. It will be my pleasure to share my home with you. I’m sure that you will also find it hard to leave.
Alaskan Angling Adventures is located in Cooper Landing, AK, the heart of the Chugach National Forest. Located about two hours from Anchorage and Homer, and one hour from Soldotna or Seward. The only thing better than the surrounding natural beauty is the fishing. Come see for yourself why the Kenai is famous around the world.Are you after a fresh catch of wild salmon? The thrill of hooking into a native trout or char that you will always remember? An Alaskan float trip you'll never forget? Let Alaskan Angling Adventures be your guide to memories in the last frontier. We offer fully guided fishing trips with professional, experienced guides on the world class waters of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula.
Expert fisherman? Complete novice? We cater to all skill levels and abilities and families are welcome. We are conveniently located in Cooper Landing, halfway between Anchorage and Homer. Full and half day drift boat trips on the Kenai and Kasilof rivers depart daily May 16 through October 31.
See the difference it makes to fish with a local guide, with local knowledge that can only be obtained from years of experience. Alaskan Angling Adventures prides ourselves on a high level of service and flexibility. We customize our trips to meet your unique needs and ambitions. Whether you are planning a day trip from within Alaska or a long distance vacation we can help plan the perfect adventure for you.
"Don't tell fish stories where the people know you; but particularly, don't tell them where they know the fish."