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Where to find Razor Clams on Oregon's Adventure Coast

Where to find Razor Clams on Oregon's Adventure Coast

Fri, May 29, 2020

Fri, May 29, 2020

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Whether you prefer to catch and cook your own or have an expert prepare them for you, Oregon’s Adventure Coast has an abundance of options to try out the ever-popular Pacific Razor Clams. ...

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Crabbing and Clamming on the Oregon Coast

Crabbing and Clamming on the Oregon Coast

Thu, Feb 28, 2019

Thu, Feb 28, 2019

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No trip to Oregon’s Adventure Coast is complete without a fresh Dungeness crab or clam feast from the waters of lower Coos Bay. The best-tasting crabs and clams are the ones you catch yourself. It takes a little planning and patience, but the payoff will be a fresh meal you’ll always remember. ...

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Clamming 101...Can You Dig It?

Clamming 101...Can You Dig It?

Sat, Mar 3, 2018

Sat, Mar 3, 2018

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If you've been anywhere along the Oregon Coast, you've probably heard a lot about clamming; but you might be wondering why it's so popular among natives and visitors. Clamming is appealing to many Oregonians and visitors because it is relatively easy and the reward is a tasty treat best served in chowder, steamed or fried. There are no special skills required, no expensive equipment, and beginners can usually pick it up quite easily. ...

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If the world is an oyster, Coos Bay is its clam

Tue, Apr 14, 2015

Tue, Apr 14, 2015

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Mucky mucks If the world is an oyster, Coos Bay is its clam. The guy standing in front of Basin Tackle has a fleshy slab of clam meat in one hand and a wet knife in the other. He’s Rob, the owner, and he’s a wealth of information for visitors like us. My wife and I walk past him on our way to buy some shellfish licenses. An empty shell glistens on the asphalt at his feet....

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Grab Your Buckets and Shovels- Clamming Tides Are Back!

Mon, Mar 30, 2015

Mon, Mar 30, 2015

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Thanks to Daylight Savings Time, Oregon Coast residents and visitors get an extra hour of low tides during daylight which is great for clamming! The South Oregon coast, home to numerous bays, is the ideal destination for recreational diggers and we expect tides to be ideal for clamming well into spring, summer and even fall!...

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