Nine Bark Outfitters

Wilderness Fishing Pictures

Flyfishing in Joseph Oregon. Trout fishing a stream near Hells Canyon. The combination of limited access and rugged terrain provides our guests with one of the least fished streams in the northwest.
2016 Oregon Flyfishing
2016 Oregon flyfishing
A nice spring rainbow trout. For the serious fisherman, June, September, and October are the premier months to consider for flyfishing in Wallowa County.
June Rainbow Trout Fishing
Wallowa County flyfishing
The high catch rate of these wild rainbow trout causes most of our guests to go barb-less.  However, barbless hooks are not required by law.
3-4 weight fly rods are perfect for our fishing, and we always keep a few on hand for our guests.
These native rainbow trout fight with much more vigor than the hatchery fish in the larger rivers here in Wallowa County.
The fishing peaks again from Labor Day through about the 3 rd week of October.  The fall fishing is mostly dry-fly action.
Too cute not to include!
Jerry (Popcorn) Parrish hard at work catching dinner.
The only known authentic photograph of Bigfoot.
A Texan struggling to hold a slippery rainbow can be comical.'s what's for dinner.
Successful bear hunter, (and professional calf model) rests after an epic battle with one of our dangerous wild rainbows.
Flyfishing Oregon at it's best
The rewards of a day of fishing.

Through an associate outfitter, we can arrange a day of fishing at Wallowa Lake for Kokanee and Mackinaw.

Wallowa Lake Makinaw

Imnaha River Chinook Salmon
Wallowa River Steelhead
Wallowa Lake Mackinaw


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and is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Ninebark Outfitters
65881 Dobbin Rd.
Joseph, OR 97846
Phone: 541-426-4855