Nice haul Roger. I'm new to the forum officially, but I've been lurking and learning a lot for a while. Thanks to all here... great site.rogerdodger said:super low tides exposed razor clams this week that are underwater almost all the time and there are lots of crabs in close. This guy wanted to fight with me as I waded across an inlet, not his best decision but he is just a crab. lol
you can get all the parking/beach info online fairly easily, use Google Maps to identify parking areas near north and south river jetties, some are county or USFS parking with fee, some are free. Newport (Yaquina river) usually has clams just north and south of it and check out Agate Beach.ulitaco said:Hello, I'm new to razor clamming and have only done it a few times in the northern beaches to include WA. Now that the northern areas are closed until fall I would like to try my hand going to the southern beaches where it is open "Year round" from what I have read. Do you happen to have an address that would take me to an area I can park my car and walk the rest of the way at any of these southern beaches. Ill be driving down from Portland area so central coast would be ideal but further south is fine too. Also Is that reflective tape on your gun? That sounds like a good idea to do for the night time clamming that happens later in the year and a Garmin GPS as well? is that something I should look into getting as well? Like I said I'm new to all this so any tips would help. Thank You!