CONTACT US

For Sales call Call Dick Barenberg at
503-930-9410
email:
 
frog1942@comcast.net
OR
John Doke at 503-910-1469.

For Crab Pots call Jon Horak Rod and Reel Repair at
503-363-6487 (Salem Oregon)

For welding needs: Gordo’s Welding Inc. 503-709-1562. He specializes in stainless, aluminum, steel, and specialty metals, he does welding on aluminum boats and installs davit’s.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Black Head or Red Head motor and switch is the heart of Crabbylift. User friendly for crabbers of all ages. Women and kids love them! Crabs hate them!

Watch video to see the Crabby Lift in action!

At $595.00 the Black Head model Crabbylift comes ready to install. "The Black Head or Red Head motor and switch is the heart of Crabbylift that puts the fun back into crabbing." (With two-piece schedule 80 Davit & Davit mounts. Davit pulley)

The Black Head Unit without mount is $295.00 (which includes motor, pulley, the power switch and cord).

the Black Head with the mount it is $350.00 (which includes motor, pulley, the power switch and cord).

 

 

The Red Head model Crabbylift comes ready to install and is designed for lifting crabbing equipment in our bays and outside in the ocean. At $645.00 comes complete ready to install. (With two-piece schedule 80 Davit & Davit mounts. Davit pulley)

(We recommend Gordo's Welding inc. at 503-705-1562 in Canby Oregon to install the davit mount.)

About Us

WE DID MAKE IT, Made in Salem Oregon. For Sales call Dick Barenberg at 503-930-9410  OR  John Doke at 503-910-1469. For Crab Pots...  MORE INFO

Some of Our Friends

Supervinyl Signs and Banners,
Vehicle Lettering and Boat Wraps.

Mark Adams owner,
503-588-1990
e-mail  superv@wvi.com

390 Center St. NE. Salem Oregon  97301   

Fax number 503-588-7664

 

Rogue River Fishing

Todd Puett Guide Service ~ Shady Cove, OR 97539
Telephone: 541-840-0843
rogueriverfishing.com

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Crabby lift at work shrimping

crabbing, GoPro cam in crabpot

crabbing,go pro cam in pot

Go pro cam, out of Newport

Posted by Crabbylift on Monday, January 11, 2016

The life of a Dungeness crab

Dungeness crab are relatively short lived crustaceans.
Maximum life expectancy for Dungeness crab is about 10 years.
 Most commercially caught Dungeness are 4 years old when
they are between 6 ¼ and 7 inches wide across their carapace.

Click HERE or on the image below to go to the
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Website
about the Dungeness crab