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Alaska Trout Fishing, Alaska Salmon Fishing, Alask Fishing Vacation all at Krog's Kamp We offer a variety of activities. Visit our Alaskan Fishing Trip and Adventures Planner for details.
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Alaskan Fishing Lodge Nestled on the Kenai River, our Alaskan Fishing Lodge is only a cast away from prime Alaska Fishing.

Species First Run Second Run
King Salmon mid-May to early July. Early July to season closure on July 31
Sockeye Salmon late May to early July. Mid-July to Mid August
Coho Salmon late July to late August. Early September through season closure on Nov. 30
Rainbow Trout June 11th through April 14th
Dolly Varden June 11th through April 14th
Pink Salmon Late July through mid-August on every even year.

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Alaska Silver Salmon Fishing

Alaska Silver Salmon Fishing
Alaska Silver Salmon Fishing
If you want to add a challenge to your Alaska Fishing vacation, the acrobatic silver salmon are the fish for you. These salmon start entering the river in late July and early August and are here well into the fall of the year. Pound for pound, these fish are considered by many to be the best fighters of all the salmon. Their bright silver scales shimmer as they dance across the top of the water on their tails or do acrobatic maneuvers in the air.

Silvers can be caught off the bank in front of our Alaska Fishing lodge but there are also many other options. We can arrange a charter for you on the Kenai or Kasilof rivers, at Seward in the salt water, or we can arrange a flyout Alaska silver salmon fishing trip across Cook Inlet.

If you are a fly fisherman, you will want to fish either the upper Kenai River or the Chuitt River on the west side of Cook Inlet. These waters are clear and are wonderful fly fishing areas. An Alaska silver salmon fishing trip on a fly rod is quite an experience.

Picture this...... you're standing knee deep in cool sparkling water. You cast a streamer fly and watch as it starts to sink beneath the surface of the water. All of a sudden your fly rod bends in half and your line peels from your reel. Now a splash and then the flash of a bright silver coho as it dances across the surface. You are now in for quite a battle as you work to bring a trophy coho salmon to shore. Its an Alaska silver salmon fishing experience you will treasure for a lifetime!

Come and join us at Krog's Kamp for the most superb Alaska silver salmon fishing in the world and a lifetime of wonderful memories and a place you will never forget. Give us a call today to schedule your Alaska silver salmon fishing trip complete with incredible angling, beautiful scenery and a wonderful stay at our Alaska Fishing lodge!

Alaska Silver Salmon Identification

Alaska silver salmon fishing net an average of 8 pounds, but a record fish can weigh as much as 35 pounds. Alaska silver salmon can attain 38" in length and appear dark with "metallic" blue or greenish backs. This species has silver sides and a lightly colored underbelly. Alaska silver salmon spawning are dark with red(ish) sides.

Interesting Silver Salmon Facts:

  • Silver salmon fishing world record (sport) is 33 lbs 4 oz.
  • Sockeye Salmon Fishing world sport record caught Salmon River, New York.
  • 75% of the total U.S. silver salmon commercial catch comes from Alaska
  • Silver salmon is the 4th most abundant salmon species

Silver Salmon Nutrition

Silver Salmon This food is low in Sodium. It is also a good source of Phosphorus, and a very good source of Protein, Niacin, Vitamin B12 and Selenium. More nutritional data on Silver Salmon can be found at nutritiondata.self.com

A silver by any other name...

Our Alaskan silver salmon is known by many names including hook nose salmon, blueback salmon, jack salmon, salmon trout, siverside salmon and white salmon.


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