17' Bass Boat Rental in Kenai, Alaska
Enjoy Kenai Alaska, United States by boat! Charter a 17' Bass Boat for up to 4 people. Rates as low as $250 per person. Other rates available below: Rates: • 6 Nights lodging with 4-day Fishing Package: $1,965 per person • 7 Nights lodging with 6-day Fishing Package: $2,395 per person • Kenai River Trips Half-Day (5 1/2 hours): $175 per person • Kenai River Trips Full-Day (9 hours): $250 per person • Halibut: $275 per person What You Can Expect: The Kenai Peninsula and surrounding areas offer freshwater and saltwater sport fishing opportunities for the novice fisherman or the lifetime angler. We love Alaska and hope to help you enjoy this special place. You'll find our professional, down-home hospitality and our warm reception hard to surpass. Come and we will help fulfill your fishing fantasies with customized fishing agendas, personal service, quality equipment and a guaranteed good time! Whether you're interested in a week-long fishing package or a trip or two to wet your line, we take pride in ensuring safe, professional, successful and fun fishing adventures. Fishing trips on the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers may be customized to target King, Silver, Sockeye and Pink Salmon, Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden Char, depends on date and angler desires. Ask about active military or Alaskan resident discounts!!! Other outdoor services available include: • Drift boat salmon fishing on the Kasilof River • Guided, hike-in silver salmon and steelhead stream fishing • Fly-out fishing with bear viewing opportunities • Canoe rentals for back country adventures • Guided razor clamming trips (available on minus tides)
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 4 guests
- Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
- Bass Boat
In 1991 I graduated from Georgia Southern University, loaded my back pack, drove to Seattle, ditched the car, caught the ferry, slept on the deck up the Inside Passage, got off in Haines and hitch-hiked all summer with a very light budget and a fairly heavy back pack. Most of our rides came from local Alaskans that hauled us around the state sharing laughs, stories, fishing tips and on occasion their “secret fishing spots". After hitch-hiking more than two thousand miles, eating pounds of wild berries, freeze dried food and fresh fish all I wanted to do was go back to Georgia eat some of my moms pork chops, pack up the rest of my hunting and fishing gear, and move to Alaska! That fall I put on a nice sweater, printed off a resume and drove to Atlanta to a local fishing show to get myself hooked up on a job in Alaska! I met a lodge owner that hired me to do everything from launching boats to cleaning fish. The lodge was a very high end facility right on the beach of the Cook Inlet. I worked like a dog but for a few hours each day that summer, I would go fishing for salmon and halibut. The pay was crummy, the hours were long, but the fishing was fantastic, I was in heaven. After the fishing season ended, I moved to the Kenai Peninsula town of Sterling just outside of Soldotna and guided the following 8 seasons for the lodge. We fished 7 days a week for four months straight and you couldn't slap the smile off my face. I love fishing, I mean I love everything about it. I love being outside chasing fish! Even when the weather is bad, I love fishing, I figure that a guy has to have the rainy and windy days to appreciate the sunny ones. After 20 plus years of fishing the Kenai Peninsula waters, I have sat in the rain many an hour, I have caught thousands of pounds of fish and I have taken more than one skunking. And I have loved every minute of it!
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Fishing gear
- Fish Finder
- Wheel steering
- Outboard Engine
- Dual Comm-forward seating
- Single Engine
- Fuel type: Gas
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
• Boat space is limited to 4 people per boat on the rivers and 6 people per boat on the saltwater, so we strongly recommend advance reservations, please contact us. • A 50