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crabbing

the pattern of movement when a dog's body is at an angle to the line of travel.
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The best time of day to go crabbing is when the crab are able to move about freely, from an hour before slack tide to an hour after the tide changes.
To start your crabbing adventure, head to a tackle shop and rent a couple of crab rings (three per person is the limit).
Don't be afraid to ask the shop clerk for the best nearby crabbing spots; most locals want new crabbers to be successful.
The crabbing pressure off the docks got so heavy that the catch rate dropped there, she said, "but the boaters have continued to get limits .
Whatever the reason, Vance agreed bay crabbing has, indeed, been "red hot" in Alsea Bay and, to a lesser extent, Yaquina Bay.
Meanwhile, Thissell says Alsea Bay crabbing should continue to be very good for several more weeks.
This summer was terrible crabbing in the bay, just terrible," Roelle said.
Although the holiday crowds were long gone, the favorable conditions for crabbing remained through Monday, the last day before a "pineapple express" storm hit the south coast and began flushing bays with freshwater.
Indeed, a half-dozen men - each armed with Crabhawks and a couple of stout surf-casting rods - were crabbing from the man-made liquid natural gas tank peninsula in Yaquina Bay as high tide approached Tuesday.
DeMars' father is the owner of the company that so far has produced 2,700 of the 9-inch-by-12-inch crabbing devices.