Overlooking the Cook Inlet and boasting easy access to the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers, Jimmie Jack Fishing offers some of the best angling experiences on the Kenai Peninsula. Anyone interested in an Alaska fishing trip will find seemingly endless possibilities, from salmon and trout to halibut, rockfish, and lingcod.
Although summer seems to be the most popular season for fishing, fall in Alaska presents an assortment of perks to eager anglers. Besides a few peak runs for some species in July and August, autumn is still one of the best times to target salmon and trout on the Kenai River. Moreover, halibut fishing on the Cook Inlet can be productive through September and sometimes into October.
Although the majority of anglers coming to the Kenai Peninsula are adults, we eagerly welcome anyone who wants to take their kids fishing in Alaska. If you are reading this, then you probably already know the valuable lessons we learn during our time as anglers, but it’s worth noting regardless.
As odd as it sounds, spring is just around the corner, and the crew at Jimmie Jack Fishing is already planning for eager anglers hoping to get a fresh taste of the "Last Frontier." After booking your Alaska fishing trip, we recommend using our travel packing list as a guideline for what to bring in addition to your other plans.
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