PRODUCTS Our quiver is full of the best products from the very best companies in the buisness. We produly offer a large selection of products from Sage, Simms, Ross Reels, GLoomis, Scientific Anglers, Rio, Fishpond, Outcast, and many more!!
Your heart leaps as you watch a large native Steelhead snatch your skating dry fly on the Grande Ronde River. Kids laugh with excitement as they land their first Rainbow on the Wallowa. You realize you just missed a nice strike at your fly because you were too busy taking in the rugged beauty of the Imnaha canyon . These are just a sample of the experiences you can have in the territory the Nez Perce called “Land of Winding Water.”
Welcome to the Joseph Fly Shoppe located in the beautiful Wallowa Valley. We are a full service destination shop which specializes in a large selection of high performance fly equipment, unbeatable customer service, and absolute dedication to the graceful art of fly angling! Let us help make your Eastern Oregon fishing experience a memorable one!
We believe that customer service is our most important product and look forward to helping you with your next fly fishing adventure! For more information about fishing, Joseph, and the beautiful Wallowa Valley explore the links below:
Guided Fishing: In 2008 we sold our guide buisness to Winding Waters River Expeditions. This comprehensive guide service offers a wide range of whitewater and fishing trips on some of the areas most fantastic rivers including the Grand Ronde, Wallowa, Salmon, and Snake rivers. Please explore the Winding Waters River Expeditions web site and see the PHOTO GALLERY at: www.windingwatersrafting.com and give them a call at 877-426-7238 / 541-432-0747.
Shuttle Service/ Rentals: For information on river shuttles for the Grande Ronde ($90) or Wallowa ($35) rivers, as well as rafting equipment rentals call the MINAM STORE at 541-437-1111
AREA RAFTING, RIVER AND FISHING REPORTS: Grant Riche is one of the areas premier outdoorsmen. Check out his web site www.fishingandhiking.comfor great articles on area rivers (floating Minam to Troy 101, etc.).
Check this out.The Nez Perce Tribal Fisheries is monitoring hatchery steelhead passage on the Imnaha using in-stream counters that read “PIT” tags placed in a percentage of the fish.This information is available on line at the site linked below.The problem is, the information is difficult for layman to decipher.Tribal Fisheries representatives have assured me that “as soon as they have time” they will try to sort, interpret and post this info in a form that will allow fishers to better monitor current Imnaha steelhead numbers - on any given date (ie:are there enough fish in the river to justify my driving over?).Summary reports at year end will also quantify the number and success of the hatchery run. http://www.ptoccentral.org/dbaccess/InStrmDtctn/InStrmDtctn_query.html
7/20 OK, saddle-up kids - the river's are dropping fast and we are going to have a great summer of fishing on the Wallowa River. The river is still running 1500 cfs, but has cleared and continues to drop. At 1500 you will still have limited wading opportunities, but at least you can wade along the shoreline to get around brush on the banks. Jack Salmon season is still open on the Wallowa as of this date, and jacks are being caught.
Kokanee fishing on Wallowa Lk has been poor/poor/poor this year - too many small fish. Fishing for stocked trout is fair to good.