McClure's Guide Service

Steve McClure

Main Address :
P.O. Box 2263
Soldotna ,  AK
Phone :  (907) 262-2977
Fax : 

Summer Address :
P.O. Box 2263
Soldotna  , AK
Phone :  (907) 262-2977
Fax : 

Toll Free :  877-962-2263

Fishing Videos

Lake Trout Video

Walleye Fishing

Monster Walleye Fishing




McClure's Guide Service
Salmon & trout fishing charters & lodging on Alaska’s Kenai & Kasilof Rivers. Fly-out wilderness fishing & Halibut charters. Photograph wildlife and scenic vistas while angling for that trophy catch.


Full Service, Drive-in, Fly-in, Guides

Fishing Available:
Rainbow Trout, Salmon, Halibut

Hunting Available:


Other Information
Dates Open : May 1 - October 31

Lake or Area Name : Kenai River, Alaska

The information on this site was provided to us from the lodge or outfitter. Please visit their link to find even more detailed information.

Plummers Lodges

McClure's Guide Service strives to make your Alaskan fishing charter vacation an unforgetable experience of a lifetime. Our personal touch has enspired many of our satisfied clients come back year after year to fish and visit with our family, and the people with whom they have made lasting friendships with in the Kenai Peninsula community.

Alaska lodging provided by McClure's Guide Service for fishing charters and vacations is tailored to suit any size group large or small. From rustic log cabins with the basics to large chalet style units, with bathrooms and full kitchenettes, all units are centrally located on or near the Kenai River. Located in Soldotna on the Kenai Peninsula, these units were built for Alaskan sportfishing visitors. After a cruising along in your guided charter boat and dinner, angling along the banks of the Kenai River is a perfect way to end the day. After all, Alaska is the land of the midnight sun, and summer is just one big long day filled with fishing adventures and spectacular scenic vistas. Please rember the wildlife isn't visiting your neighborhood, you are visiting theirs. Don't forget to bring your camera as you will want to practice your photography skills on the fish, scenery, wildlife, family, fishing buddies, and all the new friends you make in Alaska.

Alaskan salmon spawn at different times of the spring, summer, and fall seasons. Alaskan Halibut spawn in Alaska breeding grounds throughout the season. Educational information on this page is for your guided fishing charter and vacation for Alaska salmonids in the Kenai River and the Kasilof River, and Halibut fishing charters in Seward, Deep Creek, and Homer. These seasonal spawning patterns also occur simultaneously across Cook Inlet for fly-out fishing charters. Listed fish are King (Chinook) salmon, Red (Sockeye) salmon, Pink (Humpies) salmon, Silver (Coho) salmon, Rainbow trout, a non-migrating salmonids species, and Halibut. At the bottom of this page you will find a chart and information on the life-cycle of the salmon.

King (Chinook) Salmon - Scientific Name: Oncorhynchus Tshawytscha - King salmon runs in South Central Alaska start in May and end in August. Kings run from 25 - 125 lbs. and are 5 - 7 years in age. They have a bluish-green back with black spots, silvery sides, white belly and silver streaks in its tail. the flesh of the King salmon is highly prized for its firmness and rich flavor. Great fresh or frozen, baked, barbequed, or broiled. The world record sport caught King salmon: 97 lbs. 4 ounces by Lester Anderson of Soldotna, Alaska on May 4, 1985 on the Kenai River.

Red (Sockeye) Salmon - Scientific Name: Oncorhynchus Nerka - Alaskan Kenai & Kasilof Rivers both have a large Red (Sockeye) Salmon run from July to September, growing up to 33 inches and 16 lbs. Red salmon are recognised by fine black spots on the caudal fin and turn from silver to red with green heads and tails after a few days exposure to fresh water. Reds tend to swim along the shore line and are easily caught from the bank or boat. A strong fighting fish with a good textured pink flesh, fine fresh or frozen, and exellent smoked.

Rainbow Trout -Scientific Name: Oncorhynchus Mykiss - The Kenai Rainbow Trout average 16 - 18 inches with some fish up to 26 inches and about 8 pounds fairly common. Every season we luck into a handful of 'bows in the plus 30 inch range (12 pounds up to low 20 pound range). Rainbow trout, a member of the salmon family that do not migrate to the ocean to grow to adulthood in saltwater feeding grounds, but spend their entire life-cycle living in an ultra-clean fresh water habitat. Trout are considered an indicator fish that something is changing within the environment, a polluted or stagnant water zone without a feeder stream or spring will cause trout to die off.

Visit: Kenai River, Alaska

McClure's Guide Service, Kenai River, Alaska, Rainbow Trout, Salmon, Halibut, Kasilof, Alaska fishing guide, Alaska fishing charter, Alaska fishing vacation, Kenai River fishing, Alaska salmon fishing, Alaska, Alaskan, fish, fishing, fishing guide, fishing, cabin, lodge , Kenai River, Alaska , Full Service, Drive-in, Fly-in, Guides and , Full Service, Drive-in, Fly-in, Guides , McClure's Guide Service offers affordable Alaska salmon and trout fishing charter guide service on Kenai & Kasilof Rivers. Affordable Alaskan vacation packages. Fly-out wilderness fishing across Cook Inlet. Combine with saltwater Halibut charters out of Homer, Deep Creek, and Seward. on the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. Photograph abundant wildlife and breathtaking vistas while angling for that trophy catch.



Other Great Lodges & Resorts

What's NewHome PageSponsorshelp

Arctic Fishing

Winnipeg, Manitoba




Home Page  | What's New  |  Sponsors  |  Add Info  |  Help