146 Photos - Nov 23, 2010
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.Photo: Eric Billeci a client of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a tide caught King Salmon.Photo: A healthy limit of July Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: A first run Kasilof river double.Photo: A fresh Kasilof River King Salmon caught in late July.Photo: A client of Alaska Drift Away Fishing showing off his Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: Andrew Mueller a client of Alaska Drift Away with a beautiful Kasilof river King salmon.Photo: King Salmon fishing with Alaska Drift Away Fishing is simply fantastic.Photo: The Kasilof River is one of the best king salmon fishing streams in Alaska!!Photo: A limit of Kasilof River King salmon and a bonus Silver salmon landed in July 2011.Photo: Another successful July day on the Kasilof River.Photo: Excellent King Salmon fishing can be had on the Kasilof river.Photo: The results of fishing for Alaskan King salmon on the Kasilof river.Photo: Kasilof River has for years been one of the most consistent King Salmon streams on the Kenai Peninsula.Photo: Two Alaska Drift Away Fishing clients with a pair of June Kasilof King Salmon.Photo: The largest of the Pacific Salmon, the King is Alaska's state fish.Photo: A limit of typical size Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: The Kasilof River is also a great destination for King salmon fishing.Photo: A limit of early June King Salmon on the Kasilof River.Photo: The nearby Kasilof River supports a popular King Salmon fishery.Photo: Big Kings like this take a some time to land.Photo: Come experience our awesome King Salmon fishing for yourself!Photo: A 40 plus pound Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: This 48 pound King Salmon was caught with salmon roe on the Kasilof River.Photo: John Anderson and his bright and shiny Kasilof river King salmon.Photo: Cindy Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing holds up a King salmon caught on the Kasilof river in Alaska.Photo: A 50 pound Kasilof River King Salmon caught at the end of July.Photo: Ken a client of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a 40 plus pound Kasilof King Salmon.Photo: Eric and Randal with a limit of Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: Cindy Fox with a early July Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: Rick Fox a client of Alaska Drift Away Fishing holding a fresh Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: A early July 40 pound Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: A matching pair of Kasilof River King Salmon caught with Alaska Drift Away Fishing.Photo: Eric Billeci a client of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a typical July Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing put a chrome bright Kasilof River King Salmon in the boat.Photo: Eric Billeci with another Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: Regan a client of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with her first King Salmon.Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing filleting a Kasilof River King Salmon.Photo: Releasing a first run Kasilof King salmon.Photo: A average sized June Kasilof King Salmon.Photo: A Plug caught Kasilof river King salmon.Photo: A day off for Alaska's Drift Away Fishing. A successful day of king salmon fishing in July.Photo: Carlotta Leckness and Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a 50 plus pounder caught on the Kasilof river.Photo: Kasilof river produced these two beautiful chrome bright Alaska king salmon.Photo: This 46lb Hen was caught and released May 18 on the Kenai River.  Early season King Salmon fishing is a great way to enjoy the Kenai when there are very few boats!Photo: Alaska's Drift Away fishing producing a nice limit of king salmon. These king's were caught back bouncing on Alaska's  Kasilof river.Photo: Andrea Anderson of Alaska's Drift Away Fishing with a early June Kasilof king salmon.Photo: Nick Ohlrich and Jeremy Anderson of Sterling, Alaska shares this King Salmon caught July of 2008.Photo: Mia Fox of Anchorage Alaska with a King salmon that was caught and released on the Kasilof river located on the Kenai peninsula.Photo: May king salmon fishing on the Kenai river in Alaska.Photo: Alaska Drift Away Fishing knows what it takes to
consistently catch Alaska's king salmon and ranks the Kasilof river atop there list.Photo: A 57 pound Alaska king salmon caught on the world famous Kenai river.Photo: Kelly Powell of Wasilla Alaska with a huge Kasilof king salmon.Photo: Nicholas Ohlrich of Alaska's Drift Away Fishing with a dime bright Kasilof king salmon.Photo: Cindy Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing posing with her picture perfect Kasilof king salmon.Photo: Andrea Anderson of Drift Away Fishing with a wild Alaskan king salmon.Photo: A typical limit of June Kasilof Alaska king salmon.Photo: Alaska king salmon fishing with AK Drift Away Fishing can put hogs like these on the end of your line.Photo: Jeremy Anderson of Alaska's Drift Away Fishing holds up a early July king salmon.Photo: Alaska king salmon fishing is best on the Kasilof in June & July.Photo: A large female Alaskan king salmon caught on the lower Kenai river.Photo: Another king salmon caught by Dave from Montana. This is a 44 inch long Kasilof king. This hen, around 36 lbs, is a great example of a nice July king on the Kasilof  in Alaska.Photo: Kasilof river king salmon fishing, doesn't get any better.Photo: Big Alaska king salmon like this bright 40 plus pound fish caught on the Kasilof river.Photo: At Alaska's Drift Away Fishing, we catch large Kasilof King Salmon.Photo: A much deserved limit of Kasilof kings caught in July 2010.Photo: Alaska King Salmon fishing on the Kasilof River is outstanding.Photo: Another successful day of king salmon on the Kasilof river with Alaska's Drift Away Fishing.Photo: The Kasilof river is home to some of the largest king salmon in the state of Alaska.Photo: King Salmon fishing in Alaska on the Kenai river is like no other fishing in the world!Photo: Jeremy Anderson of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with another happy Kasilof river angler. This Alaskan king salmon was caught on fresh salmon eggs cured with Nate's bait egg cure.Photo: July on Alaska's Kasilof river produce many king salmon in this size.Photo: A happy Kenai river angler. July in Alaska can be great time to catch kings.Photo: The King Salmon, or Chinook, is Alaska's state fish. This Kasilof river king was caught while fishing with Alaska Drift Away Fishing.Photo: Kim Sager of Wasilla, Alaska with a typical July Kasilof king salmon.Photo: Kenai River King Salmon Fishing. With Alaska Drift Away Fishing.Photo: The Kasilof River on the Kenai Peninsula supports a popular King Salmon fishery during the months of June and July.Photo: A Kasilof king salmon caught on a sardine wrapped kwik fish.Photo: A proud Alaska Drift Away Fishing client displaying a tidal caught Kasilof king.Photo: A man holding a Kenai king salmon caught while fishing with Alaska Drift Away Fishing.Photo: A wild Alaskan king salmon from the Kasilof river in July.Photo: One of the first second run king salmon caught by Alaska Drift Away Fishing. This 40 plus pound king salmon was caught on the pristine Kasilof river in early July 2010.Photo: Another sweet day on the Kenai River, fishing for king salmon. Mid 60's, bluebird, and a 40 inch hen king salmon.Photo: A young angler and Nigel Fox of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a 50 plus pound Kenai king salmon.Photo: Two very nice Kasilof king salmon caught in July of 2009.Photo: Jeremy Anderson of Alaska Drift Away Fishing with a late July Kasilof king salmon.Photo: A Kenai river king salmon double.Photo: Jeremy Anderson holding a clients king salmon caught on one of the many tidal drifts of the Kasilof river.Photo: A average size July king salmon caught on the beautiful Kasilof river located on the Alaska's Kenai Peninsula.Photo: A fresh 30 pound Kasilof river Alaska king salmon.Photo: A Typical Alaska King Salmon with one Happy Client.Photo: A bright Alaska king salmon, fresh from the ocean at the Kasilof.Photo: Cole Dunlap of Cooper Landing Alaska with a fresh early July Kasilof king salmon.Photo: Nigel Fox of Alaska's Drift Away Fishing releasing a clients early June Kasilof king salmon.Photo: A nice king salmon pulled from the waters of Kasilof river Alaska.Photo: Alaska king salmon fishing with AK Drift Away.Photo: Some fresh Kenai king salmon eggs. The bait of choice for Alaska Kenai river guides.Photo: Fresh Alaska King salmon eggs ready for some Nate's Bait egg cure.  The only way to cure eggs when you are salmon fishing the Kenai riverPhoto: Having good bait is important when your job requires you to catch king salmon daily. That's why the guides of Alaska Drift Away Fishing only use Nate's Bait egg cure.Photo: The guides of Alaska Drift Away Fishing only use Nate's Bait egg cure for there guided salmon trips.Photo: Nate's Bait iridescent red egg cure. The guides of Alaska Drift Away Fishing only use Nate's Bait egg cure for there guided king and silver salmon tripsPhoto: June morning on the Kasilof River, Alaska.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: