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    Hi-Lo and Russell Fishing Partner For A Great Lodging and Fishing Experience

    Hi-Lo and Russell Fishing Partner For A Great Lodging and Fishing Experience

    Hi-Lo Fishing Lodge, located on the famous Beaver Creek in Kenai, is going through a revitalization for 2019 and joining Russell Fishing to offer value-based fishing and lodging packages.

    Russell, one of the top outfitters on the Kenai Peninsula, helps take these facilities to the next level. Guests get reasonably priced, quality lodging along with the highest quality fishing charters.

    Hi-Lo offers a combination of condos, cabins or riverside lodge units for couples, families, friends, or business associates. All accommodations are equipped with full kitchens, at least 4 beds, and family rooms with sat tv.

    Russell Fishing Company has expanded their business in recent years to include twelve licensed and experienced guides and captains, 6 drift boats, 7 river sleds and 3 saltwater boats. Charters for salmon are available on both sections of the Kasilof River and all three sections of the Kenai River, as well as in the salt water of Cook Inlet. Saltwater species charters for halibut, rockfish, and lingcod leave the Homer sportfishing docks daily at 6:30 AM. Trophy rainbow trout and dolly varden charters are available for the fly fisherman or using spinning gear. Russell provides all equipment, rain gear, and waders. In addition, Russell handles your fish processing needs with a professional processor.

    Russell has taken responsibility for a new website and is offering a variety of vacation packages that can be fully customized. Russell’s general manager Glenn, a.k.a. Cap’n Gilz, will promptly respond to website inquiries and phone calls and coordinate your Kenai Alaska Vacation Package. Non-fishing adventures like kayaking, fjords cruises, clamming, horseback riding and sightseeing can also be arranged.

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