Nestled in one of British Columbia’s secret spots lies Winter Harbour, which is located on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island. The sheltered harbor is a fisherman’s sanctuary and a gateway to your amazing adventure. Winter Harbour is remote and untouched compared to many over fished and populated spots and offers an abundance and variety of species. All 5 species of salmon swim along the coast throughout the season. Large runs of Chinook salmon (aka Spring’s or Kings) swim right off our doorstep with only a short run to the salmon highway. Winter Harbour also offers some excellent inside fishing for monster Marble River Chinook and huge coho runs that are heading up various rivers up the inlet. Our ocean waters offer excellent bottom fish including huge halibut, Ling Cod, Red Snapper (Yellow Eye) and a variety of rock fish.
Whatever your preference, we can provide it to you. Oli’s Fishing Charters, experienced, licensed, guided adventure, with all equipment provided.
Throughout your fishing adventure you will be surrounded by stunning scenery including breath-taking horizons and mountainous rainforests. Lots of local wildlife including Black bears scavenging the shores, bald eagles soaring above, breeching whales, porpoises, massive sun fish, sharks and much more. So bring your camera!
WELCOME TO KENAI RIVER SUITES
310 Tern Circle
Soldotna, AK 99669
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Kenai River Suites is located in the Heart of Soldotna! Not only do you have your very own private riverfront fishing & lodging but we are walking distance to shopping, restaurants & the beautiful Soldotna Creek Park.
There are 9 two bedroom suites boasting a beautiful one bedroom ultimate Honeymoon Suite. This room has a Jacuzzi tub for two right in the bedroom with french doors so you can lay in bed & look out at the gorgeous Glacier fed Kenai River. All units have a full kitchen with everything you need & a nice cozy living area to relax in after a long day fishing or
exploring the Peninsula!
Do you want to go out on a fishing charter? A fly out? A glacier dog sled trip? Maybe a Kenai Fjords trip while the guys are catching those Red Salmon or out on a Halibut Charter out of Ninilchik or Homer?
We can book all your charters & tours for you!
Fish where you sleep, love where you are!
We have wonderful table games including 5 Blackjack tables, 1 Craps, 1 Roulette, 1 Emperor’s Challenge, 1 3-Card Poker, 2 Spanish 21 and 10 times odds on Craps with table limits from $3 to $250.
If you like poker, we have No-Limit Texas Hold’em Tournaments, just like on TV. Every evening in the poker room join us for a live 2 to 10 spread limit Texas Hold’em game with only a fifty-dollar minimum buy-in. We have jackpots while you play; try for our Monte Carlos, Bad Beat, and High Hands. We can also set up a private Texas Hold ‘em Tournament for your group, whatever the occasion. Our dealers are trained to assist new players! Our poker room is for ages 18 and over.
Here’s a message from Ketchikan’s Chinook Shores Loodge:
Best Wishes & Big Fishes
Last year was another growing year at the lodge with new boats, new employees and new legends. We are humbly grateful for those of you who have stayed with us over the years and look forward to sharing our Alaska fishing experience with new anglers in the years to come. Every year new and old fishing friends bring excitement and adventure to our Alaskan lodge life — Here’s a snapshot from 2016.
Thank you for providing us the opportunity to serve you, we look forward to the 2017 season and hosting you in the years to come.
Best Wishes and Big Fishes,
Jeff and Nadra
- River Mile 43
- 2.75 acres total (1.11 & 1.64)
- 300 ft total riverfront (150ft each)
- Boat Launch
- Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing
- Silver Salmon Fishing at it’s
- Boat or Drive In Access
- 20 Minutes drive from Soldotna
- Lot 2 offers an old cabin just steps from the river with a small kitchen and 3/4 bath. Electric & phone in place.
I recently returned from a week road tripping through four different nations/territories (technically five, as our rental car briefly crossed into Croatia but only for about an hour’s worth of driving) that were once part of the now dissolved Yugoslavia: Serbia, Kosovo (a fascinating place that, despite claiming independence from Serbia in 2008, is still not recognized as an independent nation by 110 other flags), Montenegro and Bosnia. I could relay a lot about the cultural diversity and strong opinions my friend and I experienced spending time in nations that hate each other and had a war to prove it.
But this is a far less tension-filled fishing and hunting website. So rather than show off my less than knowledgeable stand on politics and religion, how about simply a collection of fishing images I snapped throughout my trip:
A rare find awaits!
What a rare find!!! This property is totally surrounded by public land, plus you have the Wild and Scenic Talachulitna River right at your foot steps. There is literally no private property on the upper reaches of the Talachulitna River. And there are only just a few parcels at the mid river location.
This property is about a days float from the famous Judd Lake. If you are a fisherman, you probably have heard of the world wide reputation this river has for producing some of the finest angling you can find:
Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char and of course, the “Mighty” King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Reds, Pinks and Dog Salmon.
This parcel can only be reached by ski plane or snowmobile in the winter or by floating the river. “A very skilled Super Cub pilot may be able to land in the back of the property.” Many people ask for that one and only parcel, off the grid in the Alaska wilderness, so here you have it; a great parcel with a fantastic view of glacier capped mountains, the “Best” fishing and total solitude.
The small, old “Trapper Cabin” from the ancient past is still usable (no value assigned to cabin) and may just be perfect shelter while you build your own log cabin. The Price for the “VERY” rare find is only: $99,900.
Seller prefers cash
Remote Properties, LLC
Your Remote & Recreation Real Estate Broker – Specialist
The Antler Inn is the best located property in Jackson Hole, 1 block south of Jackson’s charming, western Town Square, and just steps from numerous restaurants, shops, art galleries, and nightspots. Our property is convenient to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Over 110 rooms, many with fireplaces, a 25-person hot tub, sauna, and 100 person conference room, the Antler is the perfect place for anyone looking for fine accommodations in the middle of everything.
Set amid Jackson’s wonderful restaurants, shopping, art galleries, and nightspots.
- One block South of the Town Square
- Within “rolling” distance from the World Famous Cowboy Bar!
- 2 miles from the National Elk Refuge
- 10 miles from Grand Teton National Park
- 55 miles from Yellowstone National Park
When it comes to world-class fisheries, you’d be hard pressed to find one that isn’t chopped up into special-interest sections. Oswego County’s Salmon River is a pioneer in this process, offering a place for every fishing taste.
Its most famous section is at its headwaters a short distance from the Lower Reservoir’s dam. Restricted to fly-fishing, catch-and-release only, this mystique is more than purist anglers can resist.
FRAN VERDOLIVA, SALMON RIVER PROGRAM COORDINATOR FOR THE NYS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION, CASTS FOR STEELHEAD ON A CHANNEL OF THE UPPER FLY-FISHING SECTION OF THE SALMON RIVER. THE UPPER FLY-FISHING SECTION IS OPEN UNTIL NOV. 30. THE LOWER SECTION IS OPEN SEPT. 15 THROUGH MAY 15. (PHOTO COURTESY NYS DEC)
But there’s more to the place than just image. The main river runs just above and below the mouth of Beaverdam Brook, the recipient of the Salmon River hatchery’s tailrace and off-limits to angling. Hence, the special area’s two sections allow angling as close to the hatchery as is legally permitted.
Split into upper and lower stretches, these special areas run less than a mile combined. But their close proximity to the dam draws and holds the river’s greatest number of Lake Ontario’s migrating salmonids: brown trout, king and coho salmon in the fall, and steelhead year-round. Indeed, autumn sees so many salmon milling around above the Altmar bridge, anglers joke they raise the water level a couple feet or more.
Some make it into the relative safety of Beaverdam Brook, climb the ladder and enter the hatchery. Those that remain in the river are fair game for fly-fishermen, considered the gentlest, most patient segment of the fishing fraternity.
Self-professed purists, fly-fishers use lures made of feathers, tinsel, maybe a little yarn for body, all held together on a single hook by thread. Unlike lures in your average tackle box, these delicate creations are practically weightless, requiring long rods and heavy lines to propel them to the target. Anglers need lots of room to whip the line through the air, slowly playing it out, generating enough force to go the distance. The technique requires good timing and coordination; and when done properly, looks like a dance where man, physical forces and the fly are in perfect motion.
The tackle is of the most elementary design, modern improvements notwithstanding. What’s more, the heavy main line doesn’t help with fighting the fish. You see, it’s too thick to thread through the fly’s eye, and makes too much noise when it hits the water. So a monofilament leader at least 8 feet long, averaging 10-pound-test, is used as a remedy. What you gain in stealth, you lose in strength, however. When hooked, a large salmon or trout does everything in the book to break free, including hiding behind boulders, diving into root balls, undercut banks and sunken timber, even going over waterfalls. It’s enough to make the leader feel about as useful as sewing thread.
Fly-fishing’s poetic moves and unique challenges have hooked the imaginations of the uninitiated, convincing them it’s highly specialized and difficult to master. Anglers ranging from bank fishermen to deep water trollers admire its choreography. So when fly-fishers asked for a special section–complete with environmentally-friendly stairs down a steep cliff and improved banks for solid footing–everyone went along.
Altmar marks the start of the special zone. The lower area runs from the County Route 52 bridge upstream for 0.25 mile to the marker just below the mouth of Beaverdam Brook. The upper section runs from a marked boundary above the hatchery upstream for 0.6 mile to the marked boundary at the lower reservoir’s tailrace.
The special sections have their own seasons, too, apparently to allow salmonids, primarily steelhead and brown trout to spawn naturally without harassment. The lower section is open from September 15 through May 15; and the upper section is open from April 1 to November 30.
For Oswego County fishing conditions and visitor information, go to www.visitoswegocounty.com, or call 1-800-248-4FUN.