Driving map to Long Live
the Kings charter location and lodging.
Commercial airlines fly
daily to Kenai Airport (ENA) or Anchorage Ted Steven International Airport
(ANC). A rental car is a necessity. Rental cars are available at both
locations. It is a 15 minute drive from Kenai or a 2.5 hour scenic drive from
Anchorage to Long Live the Kings, on paved roads. If it is your first trip, we
recommend enjoying the drive from Anchorage. Watch for wildlife, and remember,
during summertime in Alaska the sun rarely sets.
are several fish processors available to vacuum pack, freeze and store
fish while you are visiting. Your fish processor will also be glad to smoke or
make your fish into a number of other custom products. They can also ship your
fish home for you if you choose to do so.
you choose to get a fish mounted, we will contact a taxidermist to meet you at
our docks to begin the process. Some of our local taxidermists are world
renown for their salmon, trout, or halibut trophies.
a Hog - Take Home a Trophy:
River Sportfishing Association will reimburse the angler $800.00 toward a
replica of any King over 50 inches that is caught and released back into the
river. Here’s how it works:
- Fish with a guide or KRSA member that has registered with the KRSA
Release a Hog -- Take Home a Trophy program.
- Document your "catch and release" in accordance with the
- KRSA will reimburse you for $800 toward the cost of a full size
- Hang your trophy Kenai River king salmon on your wall!
out complete program rules at their web site, http://www.kenairiversportfishing.com/content.asp?CAT_ID=25
your Alaska Fishing License online today! http://www.admin.adfg.state.ak.us/license/