Ninilchik Charters offers King salmon fishing with experienced guides on both the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers.
The Kasilof River trip is a scenic and exciting float trip, while the Kenai River trip is a motorized riverboat trip on the world famous river. You will have plenty of opportunity to view the wildlife, volcanic mountain range, as well as fish for the trophy you dream of!
Ninilchik Charters offers King salmon fishing with experienced, professional guides on the world famous Kenai River.
You’ll enjoy the beautifully scenic turquoise water of the Kenai as it winds through Soldotna & Kenai as it flows to Cook Inlet, ending it’s 80 mile journey from the headwaters of Kenai Lake.
Make Reservations today for a trip of a lifetime and a chance to break the world record 97.25 pound King Salmon caught on the Kenai by Les Anderson in 1985!
Ninilchik Charters offers full day drift-boat trips on the Kasilof River, which flows from Lake Tustumena to Cook Inlet. The Kasilof River is home to a strong King Salmon run, and offers a relaxing and exhilirating day on the water in pursuing the mighty salmon.
Similar to the Kenai, the Kasilof is a glacial fed river with beautiful aqua-colored water and abundant wildlife and salmon. Rich in salmon fishing history, dating back to before the turn of the century, the community of Kasilof has seen fishermen from around the world flock for over 100 years.
Make Reservations today for a memorable trip down the Kasilof!
|Salmon Processing & Shipping|
Ninilchik Charters highly recommends vacuum packing your fish to give it a much longer freezer shelf life. This method drastically cuts down on freezer burn and preserves the flavor of your hard earned catch.
We have commercial style vacuum packing equipment. We can take your fish right from the filleting table and have it vacuum packed in a matter of minutes. For your convenience, we have freezer space available and Federal Express service as well to help you get your fish home!
Our processing services are offered to our clients for a minimal fee and are part of our commitment to providing a full service fishing trip.
We hope you’ll enjoy our wild Alaska Salmon recipes using your fresh catch or the Salmon you take home this season!
Cedar Plank Salmon
1 Skinless Whole Side Fillet of Red Salmon or Silver Salmon (or King Salmon skinless cut fillets)
1-2 Tbsp Olive Oil
1-2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
1 Cedar plank
Any combination of seasoning salt, lemon pepper, cajun seasonings or herbs works well on this slow roasted cedar plank salmon. Start by soaking cedar plank for several hours. Place plank on preheated grill. Brush salmon with olive oil (or butter) on top and place on cedar plank. Sprinkle with spices and brown sugar as you like. Roast on a low-medium heat for approximately 15-20 minutes or until fish sizzles & flakes! Garnish with fresh orange or lemon slices.