Wallowa River Fish Report for 6-15-2022
Wallowa River will open for hatchery spring Chinook fishing on June 25
Wallowa River - Wallowa , OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Flows on the Wallowa River probably will be high over the next couple weeks with melting snow and recent rain events. However, when flows on the Wallowa River have been lower, anglers have had success fishing for trout, and good hatches of stoneflies and mayflies have occurred. Anglers are reminded that bull trout may be encountered in the Wallowa River and must be released unharmed.
The Wallowa River will open 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 will be 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.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, June 15th, 2022
Wallowa River: Wallowa River open for spring Chinook June 25; first season since 2016
Imnaha River: Recent rains and melting snow, flows currently are fairly high
Lookingglass Creek: Opened to angling for hatchery spring Chinook salmon
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