COOPER LANDING, ALASKA.

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Cooper Landing, AK...

...is a small mountain town on the Kenai Peninsula about 100 miles south of Anchorage.  A popular summer tourist destination, Cooper Landing boasts pristine scenery and robust wildlife populations, including moose, caribou, bald eagles, coyotes, wolves, river otters, bears (black and brown), trumpeter swans, mergansers, loons, cormorants--even the occasional harbor seal!  

The world-famous Kenai River originates at the bridge at Mile Marker 48 of the Sterling Highway in Cooper Landing and flows for about 75 miles to the ocean.  The Russian River is also located in Cooper Landing and is well-known for its prolific rainbow trout and sockeye salmon fishery. These two rivers combine for some of the best sport fishing in Alaska.

With all of its offerings, both apparent in the stunning beauty of the landscape and those to be discovered on a personal level, people keep coming back to enjoy Cooper Landing year after year.  Let us help make memories of fishing in Cooper Landing that will last a lifetime!