Remember NO ! guided king salmon fishing on the Kenai River on Sunday or Monday in May, June or July
NO ! guided silver salmon fishing on Mondays in August, September or October
May - June - July - August - September - October
Salmon Herder Charters mainly books full day charters meeting at 5:30am and starting our fishing at 6am we generally finish up around 3:00pm unless our lucky fisherman have reached their limit. For the location to meet and catch the boat can vary depending what and where we are fishing for so call my cell phone the night before or if coming from a lodge check with the lodge owner or coordinator, my cell number is (907)252-1956 . It is important to show up on time because of the 6am start time for all guided boats on the Kenai River during king salmon season and being the first boat through a good fishing hole can have a big impact on your first king salmon of the day or being the first one out to get a great silver hole in August - October. We will fillet your fish for you if needed or transport them to a fish processor for vacuum sealing and freezing/shipping. Good luck to all anglers and hope to see you this summer !
Thank you !
"The Salmon Herder"
Things you will need :
*a valid Alaska fishing license
*king salmon stamp if needed
*warm clothes dressed in layers
*personal items (food, drinks) beer is ok
*don`t forget the camera & binoculars
*a 50% deposit is required at the time of booking,
balance due upon arrival .
Payments accepted by cash
Check or money order only.
A 3% sales tax will be added per person per day
SALMON HERDER CHARTERS
39550 Forest Lane
Places to stay :
Reservations: A 50% deposit is required to hold your choice of time and date on the water.
Cancellations: Must be made three weeks in advance to collect a refund unless due to circumstances beyond our control or the trip is filled by the cancelling party.
Liabilities: Salmon Herder Charters cannot be responsible for loss or damage to property, personal injury, acts of God, or for any changes of regulations made by the state of Alaska Department of Fish & Game during the fishing season.