Drift Away Boats
Dec 1, 2010Public
Photo: Nigel Fox's new power trout.
Photo: Nick Ohlrich of Alaska Drift Away Fishing about to put a Kenai rainbow trout in the net.
Photo: A fall morning with Alaska Drift Away Fishing.
Photo: Lunch break with Alaska Drift Away Fishing.
Photo: Early season trout fishing on the Kenai river.
Photo: Jeremy Anderson of Alaska Drift Away Fishing waiting for the incoming tide on the Kasilof river.
Photo: Working a tree line on the middle Kenai for rainbow trout.
Photo: Ready for a day of Rainbow trout fishing on the Kenai river.
Photo: Running a trout drift out of a 20 ft power boat on the Kenai river.
Photo: Super hole on the middle Kenai river.
Photo: The Wash Boards on the Middle Kenai river.
Photo: Jeremy Anderson of Alaska Drift Away Fishing running a drift  for rainbow trout on the Kenai river.
Photo: King salmon fishing on a early June morning in Eagle's Nest on the Kasilof river.
Photo: Kasilof is a drift only river, that means no power boats. Alaska Drift Away Fishing uses 20 ft Willie drift boats for all of our salmon fishing trips on the Kasilof river.
Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing fishing the tide on the Kasilof river.
Photo: Fighting a Kenai rainbow trout out of a 20 ft Willie Predator power boat.
Photo: Fly fishing for rainbow trout on one of many gravel bars on the middle Kenai river. September in Alaska can have some of the most beautiful weather all year for fishing.
Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing running up the middle Kenai river for a day of trout fishing.
Photo: Fly fishing for rainbow trout on the Kenai out of a roomy 20 ft drift boat.
Photo: Take a break at the bottom of Rainbow Alley on the middle Kenai river.
Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing dragging his boat back up the Kasilof river to run another drift through the hole for king salmon.
Photo: A beautiful fall day in Super hole on the middle Kenai river. Alaska Drift Fishing uses 20 ft power to fly fish for rainbow trout.
Photo: Running a drift in Rainbow Alley on the middle Kenai  for rainbow trout. Using a  20 ft  Willie drift boats can be a stealth approach to catching rainbows.
Photo: People hole on the Kasilof river. July fishing for King salmon can be exciting out of a drift boat.