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Float, Fish, or Drift down the Siletz River in a Kayak or Fishing Boat

General Coronavirus Prevention Rules

  1. Reservations required for all rental services.  Services are scheduled only one group at a time
  2. Hand Sanitizer is available.
  3. No bathroom facilities available at the Siletz Rental Location
  4. All rentals business will be completed outdoors

To Rent Single, Tandem, and Quad Kayaks for Touring, Fishing, or Crabbing

Kayak Launches available 8 am – 6 pm. The office staff is available @ 541-765-2109 to ask questions noon – 9 pm

  • Single, Tandem, and Quad Kayaks HAVE to be made on-line.  Reservations are No Deposit or Obligation On-Line at CLICK HERE 
  • Reservations are processed after 9 pm.  If you make a reservation for today, make the on-line reservation, then call 541-765-2109 to ensure your reservation is processed today.
  • Kayaks are launched one hour before high tides.  High Tide table CLICK HERE
  • All kayaks will be disinfectant after every use.
  • All life jackets will not be reused for 48 hours.

To Rent Crab Traps to use from docks, piers, boats and shore

Crab Traps can be pickup 8 am – 8 pm with reservations. The office staff is available to ask questions from noon – 9 pm.

  1. Crab License … must-have.  They can be purchased at our Siletz River pick up crab trap location
  2. Crab Bait not provided … we recommend you buy dark meat chicken for bait, seals do not like chicken, but crab do.
  3. Three (3) Crab Traps, a bucket, and a crab gauge reservation are made on-line.  Reservations are No Deposit or Obligation On-Line at CLICK HERE 
  4.  Reservations are processed after 9 pm.  If you make a reservation for today, make the on-line reservation, then call 541-765-2109 to ensure your reservation is processed today.

For Free Crab Clinic or to schedule a Private Crab Clinic

  1. Details CLICK HERE
  2. The location will change depending on the size of the group and the weather.
  3. The location will be given after your reservation has been received. To made a reservation CLICK HERE the reservation with your phone number and email address to contact you if you were exposed to the virus.

Kayak & Crabbing Information …. noon – 9 pm 541-765-2109

Office personal available  ……. noon – 9 PM …541-765-2109

Boat or Kayak Reservations are only made online Chick Here for Online Reservation  No charge or obligation

We launch Once a day by online reservation only – one hour before high tide.  Click Here for next high tide launch  

Chick Here for Online Reservation.     No charge or obligation We launch Once a day by online reservation only – one hour before high tide.

Click Here for next high tide launch  

We have Other Options & Rental Rates …

Kayak Touring … Click Here

Salmon Fishing … Click Here

Crabbing … Click Here

Where Float, Fish, or Drift Trips Start

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Ichwhit (Bear) Park is located on the Siletz River approximately river mile 6.7 (within tidal influence.)  Facilities include a new boat ramp, boarding floats, vault toilet, parking for boat trailers and passenger vehicles.

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The Experience Need

This paddle is for the slightly more adventurous kayaker!  As we descend 6 miles down this gem of the central Oregon Coast we will navigate through winding curves and some easy rapids on our way. As we ride the current towards the sea, keep an eye out for deer, elk, river otters, birds and even salmon and swellhead at the right time of year. Prior paddling experience is recommended but not required.

What to Wear

Wear comfortable clothing that is appropriate for the day’s weather. Quick-drying synthetic fabrics and comfortable footwear that can get wet are best. We recommend a water bottle and an extra layer for warmth and don’t forget the camera.

 Give us a call for more information and current conditions. 541-765-2109

One comment on “Float, Fish, or Drift down the Siletz River in a Kayak or Fishing Boat

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