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Netarts Bay Garden RV Resort Crabbing

Outdoor Activities
Netarts Bay Garden RV Resort is centrally located near the Oregon Coast’s various outdoor attractions, including the finest sightseeing, clamming, Boat Crabbing, fishing, and hiking. Our resort offers enjoyment for young and old alike.

Park Grounds
Our park has excellent services to provide our guests with comfort and interest. Our history of satisfied guests is essential to us, and we continue to upgrade and beautify our facilities for your enjoyment. You may want to relax and enjoy the area’s serenity or venture off-site to take advantage of Coastal activities. We look forward to your visit.

Crab Boats

Boats can be rented for the RV park for $140/3 hours. This includes three (3) Baited Crab Traps. Two (2) traditional Crab Rings and one (1) unique Lincoln City Crab Trap, life jackets, fuel, and Crabs cooked for $11/dozen. We sell Crab licenses.$10 in the state … $19 for a 3-day out of state.

Try it … You will like it …. catch them yourself.

The Lincoln City Crab Traps, either the Crab Max 2.0 or the Crab Trapper 1.0, can pull the trap sidewise or up and never lose a Crab.

If you notice a difference in the number of Crabs caught and want to purchase either, you can have either Crab Trap tomorrow if your orders are placed and paid for by noon today.

Expect UPS or FedEx delivery as soon as the next day, except on weekends.

CLICK HERE for details.

CLICK HERE for daily Netarts’ Daily Crab report.

Crabs Max 2.0 is here

Folding crab traps are a recent innovation that is changing the face of crabbing from crab docks and the sandy shore.

The CRABS MAX in the open position is a proven folding crab trap that outperforms conventional crab rings and other folding crab traps. 

The Crabs Max Trap is only made in Lincoln City, Oregon. Not legal in California

Click Here to view a short video clip of the Dungeness crabs caught in Siletz Bay using Crab Max crab traps.

Email for price quote@crabsmax.com or Call 541-765-2109

Every thing you want to know about Oregon Crabs

Oregon’s Crabs New Edition

The new 116 page color edition is inclusive of the crabs of interest to recreational crabbers and stimulates the interest of young crabbers in the complexity and diversity of the crabs common to the Pacific Northwest

Dungeness crabs on the book cover were taken from the North Shore of Siletz during the incoming tide at 3:00 am.

Click HERE to place an order for Oregon’s Crabs book.

he Book includes:

  • All the information necessary to take Dungeness and red rock crabs from Oregon’s Coastal Waters.
  • The new edition is inclusive of the crabs of interest to recreational crabbers and stimulates the interest of young crabbers in the complexity and diversity of the crabs common to the Pacific Northwest.
  • Evaluates the methods used to take Dungeness and red rock crabs.
  • Updated maps of Oregon’s Bays that disclose the areas of Oregon’s Bays where crabs are commonly caught.
  • Describes the innovative methods used to humanly kill and back Dungeness and red rock crabs in seconds rather than minutes.
  • Recover a higher percentage of crab meat per crab using the same method used by professional Crab Shakers.

Testimonies

Eighty five year old crabber, Stan wrote, “Thanks for a great book, Bill…..It answers all my questions and much more.  I’ll be using box traps off my boat in Winchester Bay for a while.  Thanks, again, Stan”

Derek from Eugene writes, “Hey William, I wanted to just thank you for the new “crab max” traps that we received. We love them and they work great. Also the book “Oregon Crabs” is filled with helpful information. Thanks again Derek in Eugene”

The book Oregon’s Crabs was the first publication in the NW to stress the importance of backing and cleaning crabs as soon as possible after being caught to minimize contamination of the body meat by marine toxins.

In today’s environment, it is vital to back and clean the crabs immediately after being caught during periods with elevated Marine Toxins. Generally, Dungeness crabs are safe to eat up to 2 hours after death.

In Today’s environment, the crab’s powerful gastric fluids containing marine toxins can penetrate the body meat in the crab’s honeycomb cartilage. This problem is eliminated by cleaning the crab by backing it as soon as they are caught. Of course, this is a moot point and unnecessary when the ocean water is free from marine toxins. Always check the Shellfish Hotline before crabbing or digging clams. The importance of the accuracy of the Shellfish Hotline cannot be overstated.

Crab Recipes

  • Recover a higher percentage of crab meat per crab using the same method used by professional Crab Shakers.
  • Family Crab Louis recipes that your family will love. Our recipes emphasize using cooking methods that enhance the naturally sweet flavor of crab meat to its full potential.
  • Updated maps of Oregon’s Bays that disclose the areas of Oregon’s Bays where crabs are commonly caught.
  • Click HERE to order the new 116-page color edition of Oregon’s Crabs for $22.00 plus the $3.40 shipping and fee the Post Office charges for mailing.

Email for price quote@crabsmax.com or Call 541-765-2109

82 Siletz Hwy Lincoln City OR 97367

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