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Simply Summer is a fishing & family fun guide with activities for the whole family.

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Simply Summer is a guide to help you out while playing outdoors during the summer. There are some simple recipes, helpful hints for frolicking in the ocean and fishing, crabbing & camping.

Table of Contents

Page 3 ......................................................Local Calendar of Events Page 4 & 5 .................................................................... Beach Safety Page 6 ................................................Fishing License Information Page 7 .............................................. Shellfish License Information Page 8 & 9 ............................................................... Crabbing Hints Page 10 & 11 ............................................... surfperch Fishing Tips Page 12 .............................................. June-September Tide Tables Page 13 .................................................................Family Fun Parks Page 14 ............................................................. Camp Site Checkist Page 15 ..........................................Kid Friendly Campfire Recipes Page 16 ........................................................ Offshore Fishing Trips

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Calendar of Events July 3

August 15

Fireworks, Waldport

Free Clamming Clinic, Lincoln City

Yachats Lions Pancake Breakfast, Yachats Yachats la de da Parade Afternoon and Evening Festivities Fireworks, Lincoln City

Annual Pirate Treasure Hunt, Depoe Bay

Chalk on the Wild Side! Lincoln City Ocean’s Edge 5K Fun Run/Walk 9:00AM, Lincoln City

Free Clamming Clinic, Lincoln City

July 4

July 5

August 16

August 16 - August 17

10th Annual Port of Toledo Wooden Boat Show, Toledo

August 20 August 23

Bay National Wildlife Refuge Interpretive Paddle Trip, Lincoln City

Old School Classic Car Show, Lincoln City Cultural Center September 6, 8 Toledo Labor Day Art Walk, Toledo

Free Crabbing Clinic, Lincoln City

Free Crabbing Clinic, Lincoln City

Relay for Life at Taft High School, Lincoln City

5th Annual Cruisin’ the Bay Car Show, Lincoln City

Toledo Summer Festival, Toledo

“Cruzin’ for Crab”, Waldport

Summer Festival Parade, Toledo

Great Oregon Fall Beach Cleanup, Yachats

July 7

July 16

July 1 9– 20

July 25 - July 27 July 26

July 26 – 27

Hoops at the Beach 3 on 3 Basketball tournament, Lincoln City

August 2

Free Clamming Clinic, Lincoln City

August 9, 10

Clam-A-Rama, Waldport

August 9, 10

Nesika Illahee Pow Wow, Siletz

September 12 September 13 September 27 September 27

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Beach Safety When visiting the scenic Oregon Coast and participating in recreational activities, safety should be a concern. Tragic water accidents happen quickly. The most common reason for aquatic mishaps is a lack of safety knowledge. We recommend the following safety tips: • Know your tsunami evacuation route. • Learn to swim. • Never swim alone. • Supervise children closely. • Always tell someone else when and where you plan to enter the ocean, whether to surf, swim, skim or boogie board or to take part in any other ocean or beach-related activities. • Always remember the ocean in this area is normally 55 degrees Fahrenheit or colder. It is a good idea to use a wetsuit or other protective gear when swimming. In these temperatures, it takes just minutes for hypothermia to set in. • Don’t rely on flotation devices, such as rafts. • If caught in a rip current, swim sideways until free; parallel to the beach. Don’t swim against the current’s pull. • Alcohol and swimming, surfing,

windsurfing or boating don’t mix. • Protect your head, neck and spine. Don’t dive into unfamiliar waters. • If you are in trouble, call or wave for help. • Follow posted regulations. • Swim parallel to shore if you wish to swim long distances. • Scuba dive only if trained and certified -- and within the limits of your training. • No glass containers at the beach -- broken glass and bare feet don’t mix. • No beach fires except in designated areas. • Report hazardous conditions. • Stay clear of coastal bluffs. They can collapse and cause injury. • Never turn your back to the ocean. You may be swept off coastal bluffs, beaches or tide


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pool areas and into the water by “sneaker” waves that can come without warning. • Do not climb up onto logs on the beach. While they look heavy and sturdy when climbing on them, the smallest wave will roll it over you or a child. Killer logs are real. • Be aware of sneaker waves, even on the calmest days. Don’t turn your back on the ocean and keep your eye on the surf. Avoid “Killer Surf.” • Have your beach access available to you at all times. A big wave can come right up to a seawall, leaving you no path for safety, getting you cold, wet and possibly swimming when you don’t want to do any of the three. • Stay on accessible high ground when storm-agitated surf is on the beach. Oregon State Parks maintains dozens of safe roadside parks and campground access points right along Highway 101 where you can get great photos of dramatic winter surf without endangering yourself. • Dress for the weather. Layer your clothes to provide you warmth and comfort. And carry along your rain gear to keep you dry when it does drizzle. • Stay off of coastal jetties.  Jetties were never intended for

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recreation.  Powerful waves remove or shift even the largest boulders from the jetties, creating dangers.  While it may be apparent the rocks are slippery or strong waves could overtop the structure, jetties have hidden dangers of open crevasses, sinkholes and caverns.

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Licenses, Tags, Permits, Endorsements and Validations: 1. Licenses, tags and permits can be obtained at license agents throughout the state of Oregon, via the Internet (www.dfw.state.or.us/online_license_ sales/index.asp), or through the headquarters office in Salem by mail, fax, or in person. Licenses and tags may be purchased for you by a family member or friend. 2. State and federal laws require a Social Security Number to obtain most hunting and fishing licenses. 3. All persons 14 years or older must have in possession a valid Oregon angling license to angle for or take or assist another in angling for or taking of any fish for personal use, except: • When taking smelt, crayfish, or bullfrogs; • Oregon resident landowners and members of their immediate family may angle for fish on land they own and reside upon; • When angling in the Pacific Ocean within 3 miles of shore between Cape Falcon, Oregon and Leadbetter Point, Washington either a resident Washington license or an Oregon license is valid. Persons other than Washington residents must have a valid Oregon license to land fish in Oregon which were caught in the ocean. 4. All persons 14 years or older must have in possession a valid Oregon shellfish license to take any shellfish for personal use, except: • During “Free Fishing Weekend” (June 7-8, 2014) when no license is required;

• When taking crayfish; • Oregon resident landowners and members of their immediate family may take shellfish on land they own and reside upon. 5. All anglers, regardless of age, need in possession a valid Combined Angling Tag to angle for salmon, steelhead, sturgeon or Pacific halibut. Anglers may purchase only one Combined Angling Tag (authorizing harvest of 20 salmon or steelhead) per year. Any salmon or steelhead may be recorded on the Combined Angling Tag. 6. Anglers may purchase multiple Hatchery Harvest Tags to record adipose or otherwise fin-clipped salmon or adipose fin-clipped steelhead harvested, in lieu of recording those fish on the Combined Angling Tag. Only adipose or otherwise fin-clipped salmon or adipose fin-clipped steelhead may be recorded on the Hatchery Harvest Tag. 7. A valid Columbia River Basin Endorsement must be in possession when fishing for salmon, steelhead, or sturgeon in the mainstem Columbia River from Buoy 10 upstream and in all the rivers and their tributaries that flow into the Columbia River.


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Licenses and Permits - Shellfish Fee Qualifications Resident Annual Shellfish License $7.00 • Same qualifications as Resident Annual Angling License Nonresident Annual Shellfish License $20.50 • No residency requirements. Disabled Veteran Shellfish License Free• Available only at ODFW offices. • Must have resided in Oregon for at least 6 consecutive months immediately before applying for a license and provide written certification of at least 25 percent disability from Veterans Affairs or a branch of the Armed Forces. Nonresident 3-day Shellfish License $11.50 • No residency requirements. Disabled Clam Digger Permit • A person may assist a disabled clam digger, provided: 1. Both diggers have their own containers for clams; and 2. The disabled clam digger is within 100 feet of the assistant while the assistant is digging; and 3. The disabled clam digger has one of the permits or licenses listed in possession on the clam beds; and 4. The person assisting the clam digger holding one of the permits or licenses listed has a copy of said permit or license in possession on the clam beds.

Free • Applications available at ODFW offices in Newport, Charleston or Astoria or online at: http://www.dfw.state.or.us/MRP/ shellfish/regulations.asp. • Written certification from a licensed physician that the applicant meets one of the following criteria: 1. Severely limited mobility because of paralysis or loss of use of some or all of a person’s legs or arms; 2. Loss of vision or substantial loss of visual acuity or visual field beyond correction; or 3. Unable to walk without an assistive device or unable to walk more than 200 feet. • The doctor’s certification must state whether the condition is permanent or temporary and, if temporary, the date when assistance would no longer be required. • A Disabled Veterans License, a Oregon Disabilities Hunting and Fishing Permit, Wheelchair Angler License, or a Blind Angler License, issued by ODFW, may be used instead of the Disabled Clam Digger Permit • A shellfish license is required in addition to this permit. Abalone Harvest Permit / Scallop Harvest Permit Free • Issued by ODFW Newport, Charleston or Astoria offices.

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Local author gives crabbing advice Bill Lackner, author of “Oregon’s Crabs” knows as much about crabbing in Lincoln County as anyone.. Although he prefers crabbing from local docks, Lackner said as fishing from a boat in the bays because the proximity to deeper leads to greater success. As for time of day, crabbing “is best at low tide or at high tide, a half hour either side,” he said. “Then, it’s best during neap tides.” “Spring tides and neap tides are governed by the position of the sun in relation to the Earth and the moon,” Lackner wrote in his book. “The spring tides occur during the new moon or full moon when the sun, moon and Earth are aligned. During the alignment, the gravitational pull causes tidal fluctuations that are greater than usual, resulting in the highest high tides and the lowest low tides. The fact that water appears to spring away from the Earth is the reason the tides are referred to as spring tides.” Lackner said spring tides are a good time for clamming, and added that crabs tend to bury themselves in sand and are difficult to catch. Neap tides - Lackner’s favorite time to go crabbing - are during the first and third quarter phases of the moon, when the sun and the moon are at right angles to one another in conjunction to their relative position of the earth. This results in lower high tides and higher low tides. The author said that besides the tides, crabbing depends on whether there is fresh water or salt water in the bays. Crabs like the salt water, he said.

Lackner recommends using recreational crab pots over all other types of traps because the crabs can’t get out once they’re in. He said although he has done well with chicken and turkey legs, the best baits he has used are squid, mussels, and clams. Neap tides happen once every two weeks, which is when Lackner goes on his crabbing expeditions. “I don’t advise anybody to go out in the rain, because of the chance of lightning,” he said. Lackner added that he like to go crabbing about two hours before the incoming tide. He also said that crabbing at night is better than during the day. Another word of advice is “don’t put live Dungeness and red rock crab in the same bucket,” he said. Although the limit is 12 Dungeness and 24 red rock crabs per day, Lackner said people shouldn’t take more than they need, because the meat doesn’t freeze well. When catching crabs, Lackner said it is best to keep them fresh and make sure to pick them up properly. He keeps his on ice. The best way to pick them up is from the back legs. For Dungeness crabs, only males larger than 5-3/4 inches across the carapace in front of the points, and any red rock can be kept, “but only the big ones (5-6 inches) are worth keeping.” Lincoln County crabbing spots include Waldport, Newport, Depoe Bay, Siletz Bay and the Salmon River estuary. Continued on page 9


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Bill Lackner, author of “Oregon’s Crabs” displays two nice Dungeness crabs.

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Surfperch Surf fishing is one of Oregon’s most underutilized fisheries. There are hundreds of places to fish along Oregon’s sandy beaches, and there are plenty of fish within an easy cast from shore.

fish for them is in the spring and early summer when they school up along sandy shorelines for spawning. The best fishing often occurs on an incoming tide, especially an hour or two before high tide.

The most popular and abunTake advantage dant target for of low tides the surf angler to scout out is surfperch good surfperch –slim, saucer water. Look for shaped fish that places where can reach up there’s a deep Members of the Central Oregon Coast Fly to 2 pounds. hole or depresFishers cast for surf perch near Seal Rock. Most sion that could Perhaps their anglers find casting small pieces of bait into the hold surfperch. most unusual feature is that surf with several ounces of weight produces the These places best results. the females include steeply bear live young sloped beaches that look like miniature versions of the where the waves break hard, rocky adults. areas in the sand or sandy areas near jetties, or places where the shore cuts There are nine different species of inward. surfperch found off the Oregon coast, but the most often-caught are redtail surfperch. Schools of surfperch often congregate within 30 feet of the shoreline, darting in and out of the surging surf in search of food, and presenting an accessible target for anglers. License requirements A general Oregon Angling License is all that’s required to fish for surfperch. When and where to fish Although surfperch are available yearround, the most productive time to

Equipment for surfperch fishing

Rod and reel Surfperch fishing requires heavy tackle – not to land a 2-pound fish but to handle the heavy surf these fish live in. While there are a lot of personal preferences when it comes to fishing tackle, good starter outfit for surfperch could include a long (9- to 11-foot) rod capable of handling a 2- to 6ounce weight, and a spinning reel large enough to hold 200-300 yards of 15- to 30-pound monofilament line. If you’d like to try surfperch fishing before you invest in new tackle, some sporting


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Surfperch (continued) goods stores on the coast allow you to rent rods and reels by the day. Terminal tackle A popular set-up for surfperch includes two #4 or #2 hooks, some swivels and a pyramid sinker. Three sided pyramid sinkers are common, easy to cast and tend to roll less in the surf. The size of the weight will vary with surf conditions and the size of your rod – use whatever it takes (usually 2 to 6 ounces) to keep your rigging in one spot in the surf. About 12 inches above the sinker attach a 3-way swivel. On one loop tie on the first hook with 6-8 inches of monofilament. You want just enough monofilament to keep your bait away from the mainline. About 16 inches above the first hook attach a second hook in the same way. Bait Popular baits for surfperch include mole crabs, marine worms, sand shrimp, mussels and clam necks – the choice depends on availability, convenience and personal preference. Many anglers gather crabs, worms and shrimp during low tide from the same beaches they’re going to fish later. A growing number of surfperch anglers are using plastic baits such as Berkley Gulp sand worms, which are convenient, stay on the hook well and catch fish. Footwear Fishing in the surf, it’s guaranteed your feet are going to get wet. If air and water temperatures are comfortable,

many anglers simply wear shorts and sandals and get wet. In cooler waters, however, you will be more comfortable in good quality hip boots that keep your feet and legs dry. Chest waders can be comfortable if it’s cold and rainy, but aren’t usually necessary. Other surfperch opportunities Many kinds of surfperch are also found in bays, estuaries and along rocky ocean shorelines. Look for water with some kinds of structure (rocks, jetties, pilings, sunken ships, etc.) and keep your line and bait close to that structure. In most cases, you won’t be dealing with heavy surf so you can use lighter gear than that for surf fishing. Sand shrimp is a popular bait in these environments, but don’t hesitate to check with local bait sellers to see what’s been “hot” in that area. One bonus of fishing in bays and from rocky shores is the opportunity to catch other kinds of fish such as rockfish and greenling, in addition to several other kinds of surfperch. A final note on keeping fish The bag limit for surfperch is generous – 15 per day. However, a lot remains unknown about the size of surfperch populations off the Oregon Coast. Certainly keep enough for a dinner or two (they are excellent eating), but don’t hesitate to catch and then carefully release surfperch to help safeguard future populations. Information provided by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife


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OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center Dock, Yaquina Bay, OR

OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center Dock, Yaquina Bay, OR

HIGH WATER LOW WATER Day Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet 1 S 2:44 7.8 4:16 6.9 9:28 -0.7 9:35 3.1 2 M 3:24 7.4 4:56 6.8 10:07 -0.3 10:23 3.2 3 T 4:07 6.9 5:39 6.7 10:47 0.2 11:17 3.2 4 W 4:56 6.3 6:24 6.7 11:31 0.7 5 T 5:54 5.8 7:09 6.8 12:19 3.0 12:17 1.2 6 F 7:02 5.4 7:56 7.1 1:25 2.7 1:09 1.6 7 S 8:16 5.3 8:42 7.4 2:28 2.1 2:02 2.0 8 S 9:27 5.4 9:26 7.8 3:24 1.3 2:57 2.2 9 M 10:32 5.7 10:11 8.2 4:14 0.4 3:49 2.4 5:00 -0.4 4:40 2.4 10 T 11:28 6.1 10:55 8.6 11 W 12:20 6.5 11:40 9.0 5:45 -1.2 5:29 2.4 12 T 1:09 6.9 6:29 -1.9 6:18 2.3 13 F 12:25 9.2 1:56 7.2 7:14 -2.4 7:07 2.2 7:59 -2.6 7:57 2.1 14 S 1:12 9.3 2:43 7.4 15 S 2:00 9.1 3:30 7.6 8:44 -2.5 8:50 2.0 16 M 2:51 8.7 4:17 7.7 9:31 -2.2 9:47 2.0 17 T 3:45 8.1 5:07 7.8 10:19 -1.6 10:49 1.9 18 W 4:44 7.4 5:58 7.8 11:09 -0.8 11:57 1.7 19 T 5:50 6.6 6:51 8.0 12:02 0.0 20 F 7:04 6.0 7:45 8.1 1:10 1.3 12:59 0.9 21 S 8:26 5.7 8:38 8.3 2:22 0.8 1:59 1.6 22 S 9:47 5.7 9:30 8.4 3:28 0.3 3:00 2.2 23 M 10:56 6.0 10:19 8.5 4:25 -0.3 3:58 2.5 24 T 11:54 6.3 11:04 8.6 5:14 -0.7 4:51 2.8 5:58 -1.0 5:40 2.9 25 W 12:42 6.6 11:47 8.6 26 T 1:23 6.8 6:38 -1.2 6:26 2.9 7:15 -1.2 7:08 2.9 27 F 12:28 8.5 2:01 7.0 28 S 1:06 8.3 2:37 7.0 7:51 -1.1 7:49 2.8 29 S 1:44 8.1 3:11 7.1 8:26 -1.0 8:29 2.8 30 M 2:22 7.8 3:44 7.1 9:01 -0.7 9:10 2.8 A.M. - Light Face P.M. - Bold Face Minus Tide

HIGH WATER LOW WATER Day Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet 1 F 4:03 6.6 4:44 7.5 10:06 1.0 10:54 1.8 2 S 4:52 6.0 5:23 7.5 10:43 1.6 11:50 1.6 3 S 5:51 5.6 6:08 7.5 11:26 2.1 4 M 7:04 5.3 7:01 7.7 12:53 1.4 12:21 2.7 5 T 8:25 5.2 8:01 7.9 2:01 0.9 1:29 3.0 6 W 9:42 5.5 9:03 8.2 3:06 0.2 2:42 3.0 7 T 10:46 6.1 10:03 8.6 4:05 -0.5 3:49 2.8 4:59 -1.2 4:50 2.3 8 F 11:38 6.7 11:01 9.0 5:47 -1.8 5:46 1.8 9 S 12:25 7.3 11:56 9.3 10 S 1:09 7.8 6:34 -2.1 6:39 1.2 11 M 12:48 9.4 1:51 8.3 7:19 -2.1 7:31 0.7 8:02 -1.8 8:22 0.3 12 T 1:40 9.2 2:33 8.6 13 W 2:32 8.8 3:15 8.8 8:45 -1.2 9:14 0.2 9:29 -0.4 10:09 0.2 14 T 3:25 8.1 3:58 8.8 15 F 4:20 7.4 4:43 8.6 10:13 0.6 11:07 0.4 16 S 5:21 6.6 5:32 8.3 11:01 1.6 17 S 6:30 6.0 6:26 8.0 12:10 0.6 11:56 2.4 18 M 7:51 5.7 7:26 7.7 1:20 0.7 1:01 3.1 19 T 9:16 5.7 8:30 7.6 2:31 0.7 2:14 3.4 20 W 10:26 6.0 9:32 7.6 3:36 0.6 3:24 3.4 21 T 11:16 6.4 10:26 7.7 4:30 0.4 4:22 3.2 22 F 11:55 6.7 11:13 7.9 5:14 0.2 5:10 2.8 23 S 12:28 7.0 11:54 8.0 5:52 0.0 5:52 2.5 24 S 12:57 7.2 6:26 -0.1 6:30 2.1 25 M 12:33 8.0 1:26 7.5 6:58 -0.1 7:06 1.8 26 T 1:11 8.0 1:54 7.6 7:29 0.1 7:42 1.5 27 W 1:48 7.8 2:23 7.8 7:59 0.3 8:18 1.3 28 T 2:25 7.6 2:53 7.8 8:29 0.7 8:56 1.1 29 F 3:04 7.2 3:24 7.9 9:00 1.1 9:35 1.0 30 S 3:47 6.8 3:58 7.8 9:33 1.6 10:20 1.0 31 S 4:35 6.3 4:36 7.8 10:09 2.1 11:12 1.0 A.M. - Light Face P.M. - Bold Face Minus Tide

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Pacific Daylight Time OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center Dock, Yaquina Bay, OR HIGH WATER LOW WATER Day Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet 1 T 3:00 7.4 4:19 7.1 9:35 -0.4 9:54 2.7 2 W 3:40 6.9 4:55 7.1 10:10 0.1 10:41 2.7 3 T 4:25 6.4 5:33 7.1 10:46 0.6 11:35 2.5 4 F 5:18 5.8 6:14 7.2 11:26 1.2 5 S 6:21 5.4 6:59 7.3 12:36 2.2 12:11 1.8 6 S 7:35 5.1 7:48 7.6 1:40 1.7 1:05 2.3 7 M 8:53 5.2 8:40 7.9 2:42 1.1 2:06 2.6 8 T 10:05 5.5 9:32 8.3 3:39 0.3 3:09 2.8 4:32 -0.6 4:09 2.7 9 W 11:08 5.9 10:25 8.7 5:22 -1.4 5:05 2.5 10 T 12:01 6.5 11:16 9.1 11 F 12:50 7.0 6:09 -2.0 5:59 2.2 12 S 12:08 9.3 1:36 7.4 6:55 -2.5 6:52 1.9 13 S 12:58 9.4 2:21 7.8 7:41 -2.6 7:44 1.6 14 M 1:50 9.3 3:05 8.1 8:25 -2.5 8:38 1.3 15 T 2:42 8.8 3:49 8.3 9:10 -2.0 9:33 1.1 9:55 -1.2 10:32 1.0 16 W 3:35 8.2 4:35 8.3 17 T 4:33 7.3 5:22 8.3 10:42 -0.3 11:35 1.0 18 F 5:36 6.5 6:12 8.3 11:31 0.7 19 S 6:48 5.8 7:06 8.2 12:43 0.9 12:26 1.6 20 S 8:11 5.5 8:03 8.1 1:55 0.7 1:28 2.4 21 M 9:35 5.6 9:00 8.1 3:04 0.4 2:34 2.9 22 T 10:47 5.9 9:55 8.1 4:05 0.0 3:38 3.1 23 W 11:42 6.2 10:44 8.2 4:56 -0.3 4:35 3.1 24 T 12:25 6.5 11:29 8.2 5:40 -0.5 5:25 3.0 6:19 -0.7 6:09 2.8 25 F 1:02 6.8 26 S 12:11 8.3 1:35 7.0 6:54 -0.7 6:50 2.6 27 S 12:49 8.2 2:06 7.1 7:28 -0.7 7:28 2.4 28 M 1:27 8.1 2:36 7.3 8:00 -0.6 8:06 2.3 8:31 -0.4 8:44 2.1 29 T 2:04 7.8 3:06 7.4 30 W 2:41 7.5 3:37 7.4 9:03 0.0 9:24 2.0 31 T 3:20 7.1 4:09 7.5 9:34 0.4 10:07 1.9 A.M. - Light Face P.M. - Bold Face Minus Tide

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OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center Dock, Yaquina Bay, OR HIGH WATER LOW WATER Day Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet Time Feet 1 M 5:34 5.9 5:23 7.7 10:54 2.7 2 T 6:45 5.6 6:22 7.6 12:14 0.9 11:54 3.1 3 W 8:04 5.6 7:31 7.6 1:24 0.7 1:11 3.3 4 T 9:19 6.0 8:42 7.9 2:35 0.2 2:30 3.1 3:38 -0.3 3:40 2.6 5 F 10:20 6.5 9:49 8.3 6 S 11:10 7.2 10:50 8.6 4:33 -0.8 4:41 1.9 7 S 11:55 7.8 11:47 8.9 5:23 -1.1 5:36 1.0 6:09 -1.2 6:27 0.3 8 M 12:37 8.4 6:53 -1.0 7:16 -0.3 9 T 12:40 9.0 1:18 8.9 10 W 1:32 8.9 1:58 9.2 7:36 -0.6 8:05 -0.6 11 T 2:23 8.6 2:39 9.2 8:18 0.0 8:53 -0.7 12 F 3:14 8.1 3:20 9.0 9:01 0.8 9:43 -0.5 13 S 4:07 7.5 4:03 8.7 9:45 1.6 10:35 -0.1 14 S 5:04 6.8 4:50 8.2 10:33 2.5 11:33 0.4 15 M 6:09 6.3 5:44 7.7 11:29 3.1 16 T 7:24 6.1 6:46 7.2 12:38 0.9 12:37 3.6 17 W 8:43 6.1 7:56 7.0 1:48 1.1 1:56 3.7 18 T 9:48 6.3 9:04 7.0 2:55 1.1 3:08 3.5 19 F 10:36 6.7 10:03 7.2 3:51 1.0 4:06 3.0 20 S 11:12 7.0 10:53 7.4 4:37 0.9 4:52 2.5 21 S 11:44 7.3 11:36 7.6 5:15 0.8 5:31 2.0 22 M 12:13 7.7 5:50 0.8 6:08 1.4 23 T 12:16 7.7 12:42 7.9 6:23 0.8 6:43 1.0 24 W 12:55 7.8 1:11 8.2 6:54 1.0 7:18 0.6 25 T 1:33 7.7 1:40 8.3 7:26 1.2 7:54 0.3 26 F 2:12 7.6 2:11 8.4 7:57 1.5 8:30 0.1 27 S 2:53 7.3 2:43 8.3 8:30 1.9 9:10 0.1 28 S 3:37 7.0 3:18 8.2 9:06 2.3 9:54 0.1 29 M 4:27 6.7 3:59 8.0 9:46 2.8 10:45 0.2 30 T 5:25 6.3 4:50 7.8 10:37 3.2 11:44 0.4 A.M. - Light Face P.M. - Bold Face Minus Tide


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Campsite Checklist •

CAMPSITE GEAR Tent, poles, stakes

Tent footprint (ground cover for under your tent)

Extra tarp or canopy

Sleeping bag for each camper

Sleeping pad for each camper

Repair kit for pads, mattress, tent, tarp

Pillows

Extra blankets

Chairs

Headlamps or flashlights (extra batteries)

Lantern

Lantern fuel or batteries KITCHEN

Stove

Fuel for stove

Matches or lighter

Firewood

Frying pan

Pot

French press or portable coffee maker

Corkscrew

Tablecloth

Roasting sticks for marshmallows, hot dogs

Food-storage containers, bags

Trash bags

Cooler

Ice

Water bottles

KITCHEN (continued) Plates, bowls, forks, spoons, knives

Cups, mugs

Paring knife, spatula, cooking spoon

Cutting board

Foil

Biodegradable soap

Sponge, dishcloth, dishtowel

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Extra bin for washing dishes

CLOTHES Clothes for daytime

Sleepwear

Swimsuits

Rainwear

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Extra layers for warmth

Gloves

Hats

PERSONAL ITEMS Sunscreen

Insect repellant

First-aid kit

Prescription medications

Toothbrush, toiletries

Soap

Camera

Campsite reservation confirmation, phone number

Maps, area information

Bikes, toys

Pet supplies and food

OTHER ITEMS


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Fun Recipes

Aluminum Foil Camping Recipes for Kids

These aluminum foil camping recipes for kids are sure to be a big hit. Kids love to cook while camping and a box of aluminum foil is almost all the cooking gear they need. The beauty of foil cooking is that kids literally just have to spray with non-stick spray (or you can use non-stick aluminum foil), assemble, and fold it closed. Use heavy duty aluminum foil or double wrap it - this will ensure the pouch won’t rip. Banana Boat The banana boat is unique and delicious. To make this special treat, cut a well into one side of the banana and save the banana slice. Fill the well with chunks of chocolate and replace banana slice to cover chocolate. Wrap in foil leaving room on both ends to twist into handles. Cook boat over the fire for 10 minutes, or until the chocolate is melted and the banana is warm. Yum! Pocket Pizza 1 pkg pita bread 1 can spaghetti/pizza sauce 1 cup grated cheese 1 pkg sliced pepperoni or other pre-cooked meat Optional: sliced black olives, pineapple chunks

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