Anchoring - A person may not anchor a boat on the Kenai River in a manner that obstructs a primary traffic channel or drift fishing channel in any section of the river. Anchor Buoys are allowed although they must be attended except while pursuing a hooked fish as long as the person returns to the anchored buoy within 20 minutes.
Drift Areas, Motor Use Prohibited - Operating a boat by use of a motor is prohibited year-round on the Kenai River from Skilak Lake upstream to river mile 80.7 near Cooper Landing. From March 15 to June 14, operating a boat by use of a motor on the Kenai River is also prohibited from river mile 47 upstream to the outlet of Skilak Lake. A person may not launch or operate an airboat, hovercraft, hydroplane, or a personal watercraft except as described under Personal Watercraft regulations.
No Wake Areas - A person may not operate a boat or aircraft at a speed greater than five miles per hour in the following no wake areas: between the Kenai Lake Bridge and river mile 80.7 in Cooper Landing, within the Moose River between the Sterling Highway Bridge and the confluence with the Kenai River, the north channel of the Kenai River from river mile 11 downstream through lower Beaver Creek to its confluence with the main channel of the Kenai River at approximately river mile 10
Passenger Limits - No more than six persons are allowed on board a powerboat on the river, including the operator. During the month of July, guided vessels may not have more than five persons on board, including the operator.
Tying Up - No one may tie up a boat to state land, easements, or right-of-ways for more than 24 consecutive hours.
50 hp riverboat perfect for the kenai river. 31 gal tank to get you up and down from the lodge. Boat is docked at AnglersGetway and must be a guest in the lodge to rent the boat.