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Boat Rental Availability

You do not need a boat to go Crabbing

We have a Beach Crabbing option. To see the daily results of Beach Crabbing …. CLICK HERE

You do not need a boat to catch a Crab dinner and you save $100.

but at this time, we are only renting Crab Traps and Kayaks.

Since Kayaks take less water, we are launching Kayaks NOW.

The entire Siletz Bay Refuge is marshland. The tides significantly affect us, and we launch to prevent stranded boaters …

  • Due to heavy rains, our boat ramp is silted. We are cleaning it out but now will only launch boats at very high tides.

We project that normal rental of Motor Boats, Fishing Boats, Crab Boats, Crab Cats may not be available until the Fall of 2021.

If you want to reserved a boat after that date, please complete the courtesy no deposit/obligation on-line reservation form … CLICK HERE. If possible, boats maybe available for rent before then.   Call 541-765-2109 for the latest status.

For what is available to launch today call the Launch Master, Wayne @ ( 760-556-3887 ). He may be with a customer and not able to answer the phone.  Please leave your number, and he will return your call.


We do not require a deposit with our courtesy reservation.  When you do launch, we
require a Credit/Debit Card for deposit.


Questions about boats renting at  Siletz Bay, Depoe Bay, or Newport Bay call
541-765-2109 between noon and 10 PM or email

If your reservation is for the future, the reservation manager will be
reviewing it. We will be sending you more details by email about the Options
you selected and the best tides. We are having trouble with cell phone emails
and spam blockers. If you do not receive an email within 24 hours, please call
541-765-2109 between noon and 9 PM.

If you want to purchase Crab Traps, Call Carl 541-765-2109 to pick them up at
our Siletz River Location or at Depoe Bay, Oregon.

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