With over 30 years experience in Cook Inlet/Kenai Peninsula Waters, Rod 'N Real guides are U.S. Coast Guard licensed and know when, where, and how to put you onto the finest fishing in Alaska. Your guide will furnish on all charters: Top quality rods and reels Unlimited tackle and bait Personable service and knowledge Special assistance for novice fisherman. Our custom built 20' riverboats are designed for comfort and safety and equipped in accordance with federal and state laws. Our 30' saltwater boats were built for the serious fisherman: State-of-the-art electronics, effectiveness, and designed with safety in mind. Feel free to use the links above to further explore Alaska's Fishing Adventures with Rod'N Real Fishing Charters and don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or comments! We look forward to making your fishing trip to Alaska the "best you ever had" filled with memories and freezers full of Alaska's Best!
Justin L. - Oakley, CAMy friend,
I'm writing to commend you and all of your guides for making my fishing trip this summer an absolutely amazing one. Your guides definitely knew how to put us on the fish. We had a blast bringing in those fat silvers on the Kenai River and monster halibut out of Ninilchik. My buddy and I got limits on every fishing trip. I've been fishing for a long time now but your guides showed me a few new techniques that I've used with great success back home. Thanks again for a wonderful experience.
Art & Susan H. - Beaverton, OregonHi Rod & Randy
we really like your new website!!!!
Susan and I have had the pleasure of fishing with you guys for 16 years in a row now, this year will be the 17th, with many more to come, we hope! We have fished with many guides from Northern BC to the Kenai chasing the BIG KINGS for 26 years now, and I have to say, you guys run the best outfit on the Kenai River. The company is great, and it's not too bad listening to your same jokes every year (small price to pay for putting us on great fish!!) LOL. You don't even get on us (like some guides DO!) for letting nice fish go. By our count we have released 21 fish OVER 50 pounds while fishing with you guys, and have kept 6 over 50 ( 4 of those over 60). ONE OF THESE DAYS you guys might put me on the correct side of the boat so I can outfish Susan- for a change!!! Man that girl can fish can't she!
We'll see you soon and THIS year I'll get that 80 pound fish I have been looking for, for so many years, and IF not- maybe next year.....
Bulie and Greg - Modesto, CAHello Rod and Randy,
Saw your new website and it looks great; I was surprised to see pictures of us on the salmon page since we hadn't even sent you any pictures yet! I am sending you pictures of my favorite day first where we signed up for an extra day of trout fishing. I imagined it to be like the trout fishing at home but boy did it turn into a great surprise when we caught more fish than I could count. It was the perfect day and Billy made it very memorable with his hard work, positive attitude, funny jokes and stories (and of course, being a great fisherman and guide).
Again, thanks for everything. We had the best vacation yet and hope to see you all again soon!!
Jeff D. - Oakland, CAThird times a charm! I’ve made two previous fishing trips to Alaska but nothing beats the time I had at Rod n’ Real. Their knowledgeable guides provided the expertise, putting us on good sized silvers, halibut, and lings allowing us to quickly catch our limit and free up our afternoons. At the docks our catch was taken and sent to be processed by their gracious staff while we warmed up back in our roomy cabin. Rod and Randy are the most professional, knowledgeable, and friendly owners I've ever fished with in Alaska. Book a trip - you won't be disappointed!
BIlly H. - Houston, TXMy friend,
Thank you and your crew for the nicest vacation we have ever had, you really have a great bunch of folks. I guarantee you will see us again. Please tell every one hi. The only problem I had was that one cracked ice cube tray, and I bet it is fixed now, See ya at the boat show in January, Billy.