The information contained in Oregon's Clams will make you a better clam digger. The adventure begins with the narrative describing in detail how to dig razor clams and bay clams, plus describing how to clean clams, cook clams and ends when you take your first limit of clams home.
The information in the New 116 page Edition of Oregon's Crabs describes the movement of Dungeness crabs into Oregon's Bays. The information reveals the most efficient methods to take crabs, kill crabs and shake crabs increasing the amount of crab meat harvested while shortening the time it takes to pick crabs.
Shown above with the razor clams we dug at the Cove in Seaside, Our standard razor clam shovel the best of inexpensive clam shovels on the market today at $35.75. The overall length of our standard razor clam shovel is 56 inches with an 11 inch blade. Our lightweight standard razor clam shovel is built for speed. A lightweight razor clam shovel has advantages over the heavier stainless steel shovels when digging razor clams or bay clams. The thin tempered steel blade penetrates the sand quickly and efficently without tiring the digger. The shovel is manufactured with a full length handle unavailable at retail outlets and an 11 inch tempered steel blade offset at the proper angle to take advantage on the method recommended by ODFW to dig razor clams from the wet sand. Unlike stainsteel shovels our standard razor clam shovels are so light they won't leave you arm weary after a day's pounding and digging razor clams. When you wear out one of our standard clam shovels buy another and dig more clams. Click HERE to purchase our standard razor clam shovel or for those of you new to digging razor clams purchase our Begininer's Special.
We use the clam shovels we sell to dig both razor clams and bay clams. Our standard razor clam shovel is manufactured by Willapa Marine with a full length handle unavailable at retail outlets and an 11 inch blade offset at the proper angle to take advantage on the method recommended by ODFW to dig razor clams from the wet sand.
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Click HERE to purchase our standard razor clam digging shovel $35.75 plus freight or take advantage of the razor clam beginners special.
The Razor Clam Beginners Special as shown below. Purchase our long handled razor clam shovel, the E edition of Oregon's Clams as shown below and the orange razor clam net bag for $40.75 plus shipping. Click the Add to Cart button below following images to order the Beginners Special for $40.70.
Our razor clam bag shown above is made using fine mesh with a draw string and button to keep your razor clams safe and secure. The 9 x 24 inch dimension is large enough to hold a limit of 15 largest razor clams or bay clams. Click HERE to purchase the razor clam bag for $5.00 plus $1.95 shipping and handling for the first razor clam bag ordered only; so order several. The cost of the green net bay clam bag is a dollar more.
After much consideration about which type of Clam Gun to recommend we have decided the best course of action was to go simple and recommend the plastic Clam Gun by by H20sports. Why spend a lot of money on expensive clam guns when you can spend less for the best before deciding which high end clam gun to buy. Click HERE to purchase the clam gun for $20.00.
Click on the forum for Crabbing and Clam Digging to view our new Crabbing and Clam Digging Forum. All postings to the Forums are subject to approval, for example the Russians have hacked our Forums, inaddition to some wacko who tried to advertise his nonsence on our site.
Discover the adventure of visiting the Oregon Coast with Oregon's Mile by Mile visitor's guide designed for the use of recreational enthusiasts who enjoy digging clams, crabbing and fishing. We encourge you to participate by sharing your clam digging, crabbing and fishing experiences with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks Bill
OREGON'S FISHING INFORMATION for all the fish species common to Oregon's Coastal Waters click on
Share photographs and accounts of your fishing, crabbing and clam digging adventures with us. We will post the photos to our photo album and share you tips and suggestions with other anglers. Remember to take only enough clams, crabs and fish to fulfill your immediate needs. Thanks, Bill.
Clam Watch recommends using tidal projections from TIDE CHARTS. COM tidal Projection Website
A good population of carry over clams should be available for harvest at Fort Stevens during the low tides exceeding a minus 1.0 foot. Click HERE to view the NOAA tidal projections at the North Jetty of the lower Columbia River. Click HERE to view the Tbone Tidal Projections for the North Jetty of the lower Columbia River.
Click HERE to view the NOAA Tidal Projections for the tidal stations located along the Oregon Coast.
Click on your area of interest to view the tidal projections
FREE CLAM DIGGING and CRAB CLINIC EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED DUT TO THE VIRUS
For those of you who desire hands on experience digging clams get a head start by attending our FREE Clam Digging, and Crabbing Classes. Sponsored by Lincoln City the classes are the ideal way to introduce kids of all ages to the wonders of digging clams and taking crabs.
Oregon's clams and crabs are finite resources that must be managed accordingly. Recent events demonstrate more than ever the importance of clam digging and crabbing ethics. We cannot rely on the ODFW for guidance. It is our responsibility to our part.
MILE BY MILE POINTS OF INTEREST - PLACES TO SEE
Discover the adventure of visiting the Oregon Coast with Oregon's Mile by Mile visitor's guide designed for the use of recreational enthusiasts who enjoy digging clams, crabbing and fishing. While visiting the Oregon Coast click on the link to the Oregon Coast Today Newspaper to see interesting places to visit and new things to experience when visiting the Central Oregon Coast. We encourge you to participate by sharing your clam digging, crabbing and fishing experiences with us at email@example.com. Thanks Bill