From early summer through fall, stop by a clam digging and crabbing clinic in Lincoln City. Everyone is welcome and no registration is required. Enjoy the wonderful bounty that Siletz Bay has to offer!
2017 Crabbing Clinics
Prior to crabbing, participants will meet at the pavilion located at the end of SW 51st St in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City for a brief orientation. The orientation will familiarize participants with Oregon’s crabbing regulations, harvest methods, identification, and cleaning and cooking techniques.
Parking is available between Mo’s Restaurant and the pavilion. Flat access to the bay is available at the end of SW 51st St.
Each crabber is allowed to crab with up to 3 devices. Crabs snares used with fishing poles work well but not nearly as well as folding crab traps.
2017 Clamming Clinics
Clam digging clinics begin with a brief orientation at the Driftwood Public Library located at 801 SW Hwy 101 in Lincoln City. The orientation covers Oregon’s clam digging regulations, clam identification, harvest methods, as well as cleaning and cooking methods. Orientation lasts approximately 45 minutes before adjourning to dig clams.
Following the clam digging orientation, participants will meet at the gravel pullout just north of the Bay House Restaurant located on the west side of Hwy 101. To get there, travel south on Hwy 101 in Lincoln City through the traffic signal at SW 51st St in the Historic Taft District. Cross over Schooner Creek and go past the asphalt paved Schooner Creek wayside parking area. Park at the next gravel pullout just south of the Schooner Creek wayside (underneath the billboard sign).
Crabbing Requirements –
Each crabber over the age of 12 will need:
*NOTE: Crab Max folding crab traps with hand lines will be available for purchase on site the day of the clinic. Payment must be made by cash or check only.
2017 CLINIC DATES
Clamming Requirements –
Each clam digger over the age of 12 will need:
*NOTE: Shovels, buckets and clam bags will be available for purchase on site the day of the clinic. Payment must be made by cash or check only. We suggest bringing some bottled water for hydration, a hand towel and a first aid kit containing bandages and hydrogen peroxide to treat and dress any cuts.
2017 CLINIC DATES
For More Information
VCB 800-452-2151 or Bill Lackner 541-265-5847
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