- $89 for a full-day crabbing trip ($200 value)
On this trip, participants will target Oregon’s prized Dungeness crab, which fetches a premium price on the market. Sport crabbers are allowed 12 male crabs per person. All gear will be provided, but participants should bring the following:
- A large bucket to hold the catch
- A cooler to pack the catch in ice for the trip home
- Rain gear and rubber boots
- An annual or three-day license to take shellfish from Oregon’s waters. You can purchase a license here.
- Money for crab cooking (typically $12 per dozen)
Bob Rees Fishing Guide, LLC
As a member of the Northwest Guides service, Bob Rees escorts his charges out onto the region's waterways in pursuit of marine life. Salmon and sturgeon are both common finds, but Rees particularly sets his sights on Oregon's most prized shellfish: the Dungeness crab. He deploys his navigational skills to find promising waters, and once there he helps his guests reel in the catch. While fishing gear is included with the cost of each day trip, make sure to procure a fishing license and affix a sturdy peg leg ahead of time.