Goodnight Inn

Address: 44715 Sterling Hwy, Soldotna, Alaska, 99669, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 44715 Sterling Hwy, Soldotna, is near Kenai Peninsula College Fishing Academy.
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Travel Blogs from Soldotna

Great day for a Glacier Cruise

A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Aug 19, 2014

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We went on the 26 Glacier Cruise for the day. The weather was sunny, beautiful and calm - one of only 5 days the ship captain could remember for all this summer in Whittier! Yeh for us! We saw beautiful blue calm waters, 26 glaciers, sea otters, whales, sea lions, killer whales and kittiwakes. We sat with Ann (Denmark) and Johneave (Paris, ...

On a cliff overlooking Cook Inlet

A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Aug 15, 2014

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... couple hours after high tide. The water will rise 20'!
We took hike around Kenai. Visiting the Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary Russian Orthodox Church. It is one of the oldest churches in Alaska. Fort Kenay, Parish House Rectory (considered the oldest building on the peninsula) and St. Nicholas Chapel. The area has rich Russian history.

Bears and Sockeye Salmon

A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jul 10, 2014

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... find another bear charter, etc

The first few phone calls didn't pan out, (full or answering machine). Mike found a Fishing Charter business with good ratings and near us in Soldotna. Roger called them up and they said they'd find us something so we all got in the van and drove over to them.

Alaska Fishing Charters is run by the same owner (and location) as Soldotna Bed & Breakfast, directly on the Kenai River. Despite us not ...

Day I Fishing on the Kenai

A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 14, 2012

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... They come down to fee on the fish brought in by the tide (even though we were 10-15 miles upstream from the ocean. We also saw two immature eagles in the trees, about 75 feet apart.

We kept the silver and two pinks and dropped them off to the processor where we have a 'fish box.' We will follow the same routine tomorrow. Then, tomorrow afternoon we'll begin the pack-up.

Sockeyes are finally here - IN RECORD NUMBERS!

A travel blog entry by brosiousbustour on Jul 18, 2011

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The Alaska Fish & Game has a website where they post daily fish counts taken by sonar on the various rivers. This link is for the sockeye salmon in the Kenai River. s/index.cfm?ADFG=main.displayResults&am p;COUNTLOCATIONID=40&SPECIESID=420& amp;YEAR=2011,2010 On July 17, 2011, after a dismal looking ...

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