Flows have been steadily dropping on the Wallowa River
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Flows have been steadily dropping on the Wallowa River and trout fishing has been good at times. Some of the best fishing of the season will occur between now and the end of July. Good hatches of stoneflies and mayflies have occurred including recent hatches of golden stoneflies. Anglers are reminded that bull trout may be encountered in the Wallowa River and must be released unharmed.
The Wallowa River opened for hatchery spring Chinook fishing on June 25 from the lower fence of Minam State Park upstream to the confluence with the Lostine River. The daily limit is two adult hatchery Chinook salmon and five jack hatchery Chinook salmon. The fishery will be open through July 24. However, the fishery may close early so anglers are encouraged to regularly check for regulation updates. For full details of the 2022 spring Chinook fishing season on the Wallowa River visit the myodfw website or call the Enterprise field office at (541) 426-3279.
Chinook salmon fishing effort has been light on the Wallowa River. However, salmon should be available throughout open section of the river.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, July 14th
Imnaha River: Trout fishing has been good in some portions of the Imnaha River
Umatilla River: Trout fishing on the Umatilla River
Walla Walla River: Fishing on the Walla Walla has been good in the past week
Wallowa Lake : Fishing can be good for rainbow trout near the south end of the lake
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