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Oregon is home to a wide variety of outdoor activities. Yet, a favorite adventure for tourists and families alike is crabbing on the Oregon Coast. Our state has over 360 miles of coastline with ideal locations to drop a crab pot. If catching the ingredients for your next seafood dinner sounds appealing, here are a few things to know before heading for the ocean and crabbing in Oregon.
The good news is that crabbing in Oregon is a year-round activity; however, the State closes the ocean to all crabbing activities from October 16 to November 30. However, some people feel crabs are more prevalent during the Fall and early Winter: September through December.
It’s more important to consider the time of day for crabbing. Crabs are more active during the slack tide. As they walk around to forage for food, they will be more likely to find your bait. Slack tide is when the tide shifts from ingoing to outgoing or vice versa. Check the tide tables to determine to plan your activities for the day.
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