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Crab

Rating - Fair   

Tuesday, Oct 12 2021
DUNGENESS CRABRecreational crabbing is open in bays and estuaries, and on beaches, docks, piers, and jetties along the entire Oregon coast from the Columbia River to the California border.Recreational crabbing is closed in the ocean from Oct. 16 through Nov. 30.For recreational crab harvesters, it is recommended that crab always be eviscerated prior to cooking, which includes removal and discard of the viscera, internal organs, and gills.Because of Oregons precautionary management of biotoxins, the crab and shellfish products currently being sold in retail markets and restaurants are safe for consumers.Before clamming or crabbing, call ODAs shellfish safety information hotline at (800) 448-2474 or visit the ODA shellfish safety closures web page at: http://ODA.direct/ShellfishClosuresThe consumption of crab viscera is not recommended.Effective Jan. 1, 2020, recreational crabbers will need to mark all floating surface buoys with the owners full name or business name and at least one of the following: phone number, permanent address, ODFW Angler ID number, or vessel identification number. Mark your information in a clear, legible, and permanent manner. While this rule does not apply to gear tied to docks, piers, jetties, or beaches, we recommend marking buoys on any gear that could become derelict or lost. Find more information here.per ODFW




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Crab


Rating - Fair

DUNGENESS CRABRecreational crabbing is open in bays and estuaries, and on beaches, docks, piers, and jetties along the entire Oregon coast from the Columbia River to the California border.Recreational crabbing is closed in the ocean from Oct. 16 through Nov. 30.For recreational crab harvesters, it is recommended that crab always be eviscerated prior to cooking, which includes removal and discard of the viscera, internal organs, and gills.Because of Oregons precautionary management of biotoxins, the crab and shellfish products currently being sold in retail markets and restaurants are safe for consumers.Before clamming or crabbing, call ODAs shellfish safety information hotline at (800) 448-2474 or visit the ODA shellfish safety closures web page at: http://ODA.direct/ShellfishClosuresThe consumption of crab viscera is not recommended.Effective Jan. 1, 2020, recreational crabbers will need to mark all floating surface buoys with the owners full name or business name and at least one of the following: phone number, permanent address, ODFW Angler ID number, or vessel identification number. Mark your information in a clear, legible, and permanent manner. While this rule does not apply to gear tied to docks, piers, jetties, or beaches, we recommend marking buoys on any gear that could become derelict or lost. Find more information here.per ODFW


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