Secluded on peaceful lake. Fantastic view. Log cabins/guest rooms. Private baths/kitchens/lakeside hot tub, boat/canoe, floatplane dock. Trout fishing, wildlife. Near Kenai, Nikiski, Captain Cook Park salmon fishing. Smoke-free. Christian hosts welcome you year round.
One of the things we enjoy is telling folks about Alaska. It's easy because this is an incredibly beautiful place.
Summer of 2002 is the 19th season since Karen started Daniels Lake Lodge as a little two room B&B. Our business has gradually grown and we now offer free complete trip planning. Over the years, we have been honored to work with people who offer quality services. We can make reservations for you with one of several guides who are excellent fishermen while being enjoyable, honest people to spend your day with. I certainly understand what it's like to fit the Alaska puzzle pieces together. I'll be happy to help you sort it all out if you like. Let us know what we can do for you.
Here on the peninsula, we are world famous for salmon fishing in the Kenai & Kasilof Rivers. The record size Kenai River King salmon was 98 pounds, Karen's "small" one was 45 pounds. Kasilof River Kings are smaller but sometimes easier to catch. They are pretty small if they are only 30 lbs. Many of our guests catch 45-60 lb. fish. We can make reservations for you with one of several guides who our guests have enjoyed.
We know guides who have taken our guests on very enjoyable float fishing trips on the upper Kenai River. They have all the fishing gear you need and are very nice people to spend your day with.
Deep Creek, a little over an hour from here toward Homer has become a popular & convenient Cook Inlet halibut fishery. The boats only take 6 people so you can have a more personal fishing experience & you only have to go about 45 minutes before you start fishing. In May & early June, you could take a combo charter to fish for both king salmon and halibut.
One of the most exciting adventures available is to charter a float plane to pick you up at our dock then fly you to a lake or creek in a remote area. These trips are possible after the lakes thaw in mid June.