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Adventure Travel in Kenai Peninsula

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We are traveling with our grown kids July 2018 to Kenai Peninsula for 9-10 days to experience Alaska beauty, wildlife, fishing, and adventure (Kayak and hiking). The plan is to stay both the first/last nights in Anchorage, then 3 nights in Seward (Fjords/kayaking/hiking, etc) and 3 nights in Homer (fishing/wildlife). The boys would like to Salmon and Halibut fish. Question is, it appears the better Salmon fishing is on the rivers closest to Kenai/Soldotna and Halibut in Homer, so perhaps a night in Soldotna would be necessary. As best I could tell from online discussion, Soldotna isn't as scenic/attractive of a town as Homer, which is why I wasn't going to consider staying there and making day trip to Homer for Halibut. I just need some clarification on splitting those days and maximizing our time on the water and enjoying the beautiful views. I appreciate any comments, thank you!

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