Kenai River Fishing Report

The Kenai River, one of the prized fishing waters of Alaska, is the longest river of south Central Alaska. It starts at Kenai Lake and runs 82 miles to the Cook Inlet at the Pacific Ocean. Own for its prized Chinook salmon, each year has two runs. The Kenai River is also know for its trophy sized Rainbow trout.
 
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Tributaries:
Russian River, Killed River, Funny River, Moose River
Source:
Kenai Lake
Mouth:
Cook Inlet
Length:
82 miles
Basin:
2,010 sq miles
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