A SEASONAL (NOVEMBER - MARCH ) different style often combined with other fisheries during the winter months. Other Fisheries may include Rock Cod, Sand Dabs or Mackerel.
DUNGENESS CRAB SEASON OPENS November 05, 2011 - WE WILL BE RUNNING CRAB/ ROCK COD COMBO TRIPS -- Monday, Wednesday and Friday ---MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW - (800) 251 7440
HOW IS IT DONE? The Pots Have been set, Then We go Fish. Once Fishing is Done We Come back to the Crab Pots, Haul them out, take out the Crab then Bait and Set the Crab Pots for The Next Group. Everyone Participates(as required by Law). At the end of the Trip The Crew will divide the Crab equally among the Anglers. The Maximum is 6 per angler. How to Prepare The Crab You Have Caught
Advance purchase strongly recommended. Trips usually sell out in advance. (*Trips are subject to cancellation due to foul weather or lack of participation)
To Purchase by phone, please call Zerve at: (800) 979-3370 or (212) 209-3370 and ask for "Randy's Fishing Trips" or Call us Directly at (800) 251 - 7440
Enjoy a FRESH CATCH MEAL DEAL
DID YOU KNOW:
- Scientific classification of the Dungeness Crab is METACARCINUS MAGISTER (Formerly Cancer magister)
- The safest place to hold the Dungeness crab is its back. Although the hind part of the crab is commonly used to pick up the crab, their claws can sometimes reach the holder's hand.
- Dungeness Crab Attains a width of 9 inches across the back and is One of the largest edible crabs along the Pacific Coast of America
- Prior to 1974, the common name in California for the Dungeness Crab was 'Market Crab'