This is our second year campground hosting at Cooper Creek campground on the Kenai River. I have been calling us ‘sophomores’ or ‘wise fools’. Freshman year we learned the ropes of running our ‘own’ campground, sophomore year we are learning there are always new things to learn and experience with regard to campers and…
Tag: Kenai River
Fishing, Floating, and Home
This is where the first-run of Red, Coho and Sockey Salmon begins on and around June 11. For those ‘in the know,’ this time of fishing is anything but ‘relaxing’ and the fish are plentiful. Generally there’s a three-fish limit per 24-hour period, but last year that was raised to six. The second run of fish comes in mid-July and goes further up the Kenai. There is always catch and release trout fishing and Dolly Varden (a type of trout). The season actually begins further down river with King Salmon. There is also the world-famous Halibut fishing 3 hours south of Cooper Landing at Homer.