Kasilof River Fishing
The Kasilof River is a small glacial stream That flows from a very large Tustumena Lake, The 5th largest lake in Alaska. It empties into Cook Inlet after approximately 20 river miles.
The Kasilof is a "drift boat" only fishery. This is mainly a May 15 - June 15 fishery for us. Flowing as a much smaller river than the Kenai both Sockeye and King Salmon are available to harvest from shore and a drift boat. It is a really nice glacier river float that doesn't take all day.