Kenai & Kasilof River King Salmon Fishing
Nov 23, 2010Public
Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing about to release a 50 plus pound Kasilof King salmon.
Photo: Nick Ohlrich of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a beautiful July King salmon.
Photo: Jeremy Anderson with a King salmon from the Kasilof River.
Photo: Two happy Alaska Drift Away Fishing clients with a pair of July Kasilof river King salmon.
Photo: Brigette Estrada with her trophy Kenai river King salmon.
Photo: We also offer trophy fishing for world class King salmon on the Kasilof river.
Photo: Big Alaska King salmon like this bright 40 pound fish caught on the Kasilof river.
Photo: Trophy Alaska King salmon fishing on the Kasilof river with Alaska Drift Away Fishing.
Photo: The Anderson brothers with a nice early run Kasilof King salmon.
Photo: The Kenai river is home to the largest King salmon in the world.
Photo: The ladies with a beautiful Kasilof river King salmon.
Photo: Jeremy Anderson releasing magnum Kasilof river King salmon.
Photo: Chrome bright July Kasilof river King salmon.
Photo: A 50 plus pound Kasilof King salmon.
Photo: King Salmon are the largest of the Pacific Salmon, averaging 15-30.
Photo: Nick Ohlrich of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a 40 plus pound Kasilof river King salmon.
Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing hold a clients 50 pound Kasilof river King Salmon.
Photo: One day of fishing for the mighty King salmon on the Kasilof river.
Photo: Kenai river King salmon are known world-wide for their size and energy.
Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing about to release a 30 plus pound late June Kasilof River King Salmon.
Photo: The John and Jackie Anderson of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with limit of Kasilof River Kings.
Photo: Gary Eaton a client of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a nice first run Kasilof River King Salmon.
Photo: Randal and Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a fresh from the ocean Kasilof King.
Photo: Kenai river fishing is a world-class angler destination in Alaska.