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3-4 hours …. DRIFT & PADDLE …. $50/Single Kayak … $70/Canoe (2-3 person) … $90/Tandem Kayak … Park your vehicle at our Siletz River location. Paddle one third (1/3) of a mile to the movie house where Paul Newman and Henry Fonda made a movie. Enter the Federal Siletz Bay Refuge on the left of the movie house.
Experience the Oregon’s rugged coast line, rugged people, and the Siletz River Logging history as shown in the complete movie “Sometimes a Great Notion” FREE from youtube.
PADDLE through the 660 acres Siletz Bay Federal Bird Wildlife Refuge with its quiet canal like shallow waters, salt marsh, mudflats, sandy beaches, sea grass beds and sheltered channels form the complex tapestry of habitats characteristic of estuaries, where rivers meet and mingle with the sea. Though protected from the full force of the ocean’s pounding waves and buffeting winds, estuarine plants and animals must deal with the rigors of exposure, submersion, and fluctuation in salinity with each tidal cycle.
Exit the Refuge at our Siletz River location, where your vehicle is parked. You do not have to paddle upstream. The following video is the except now you do not have to paddle upstream
Other Activities to do on the Oregon Coast
CLICK HERE …. Available Now ….Kayak Touring Siletz Bay Bird Wildlife Refuge
Not Available until July 4 2021 Free and Paid Guides For Bird Wildlife seen in Siletz Wildlife Bay Refuge … CLICK HERE
Daily Report of Crab caught in the Newport, Depoe, and Siletz Bays … CLICK HERE
Crab Options from Shore, Kayak, Boat, or Crab-Cat … CLICK HERE
Crabbing at Lincoln City without a Boat —- CLICK HERE
Crabbing at Depoe Bay without a Boat —- CLICK HERE
Crabbing at Newport without a Boat —- CLICK HERE
Type of Crab Traps for Rent …. CLICK HERE
Type of Crab Traps for Sale … CLICK HERE
Free/Private Crab Clinic … CLICK HERE
Learn How to Clean and Cook Crab … CLICK HERE
WE HAVE SPECIAL CRAB TRAPS FOR KAYAKS
Catch Dinner Guarantee Club
No one can Guarantee you catch a Crab every time you go Crabbing. But as a member of the Club, and when you rent or purchase Crab traps (the first time) from Siletz Rentals (at a 20% member discount), you are Guaranteed you will eventually catch your “Keeper” dinner… CLICK HERE
When you catch at least one male Dungeness “Keeper Crab Dinner.” A Dungeness “Keeper” measures five 3/4″ across the shell. You will be given the opportunity of your picture taken (with your Keeper Crab) and posted on the Facebook page @ http://www.CatchDinner.com.
Crab Traps Available for pick-up at the Siletz River Location South of Lincoln City
Rent Three Trap Option Set of (3) Crab Traps, a bucket, and a crab gauge @$50/set. With Club Discount $40/set. Can make reservations online. Reservations are No Deposit or Obligation Online at CLICK HERE Crab Traps can be pick-up 8 AM – Dark with reservations.
Rent One Trap Option Set of (1) Crab Traps, a bucket, and a crab gauge @$30/set With Club Discount $24/set. Can make reservations online. Reservations are No Deposit or Obligation Online at CLICK HERE Crab Traps can be pick-up 8 AM – Dark with reservations.
PURCHASE Three Trap Option CLICK HERE Three (3) Crab Trappers, a bucket, and crab gauge @$125/set. With Club Discount $100
PURCHASE Three Trap Option CLICK HERE One (1) Crab Trapper, a bucket, and a crab gauge @$50. With Club Discount $40. The office sales & reservation staff is only available to ask questions and sales from noon – 9 PM… 541-765-2109
Crab License … must-have. Available at our Siletz River Location. Instate @$10/year…. Out of State @$19/3 days.
Questions & additional information available 541-765-2109 … noon – 9 pm
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