Sunrise razors!

rogerdodger
rogerdodger
The big low tides have shifted to mornings for the year, crazy storms pushed the clams deeper here on the Central Coast but that's OK because it means most of the shows are from larger clams!

On the beach at 5:20am.
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Done at 6:20am.
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3.9ounce tank.
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Gulfstream
WOW!
 
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Irishrover
Irishrover
Nice size. Clean them, dip them in batter and drop them in the pan, mouthwatering good!
 
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troutdude
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Laying down on the job eh? Well...you are retired after all. LOL
 
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DirectDrive
Wheels up at 4:30AM from Vantucky CFB (Clam Force Base)
Destination Long Beach AO
 
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DirectDrive
Easy limits once again on the Peninsula (6/3)
Many large (5") and Jumbos (6"+) this season.
I've never seen so many "necking".....there was well over a hundred necking at any given time in our dig area.
Last day of the WA spring razor season is June 7
 
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rogerdodger
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DirectDrive said:
Easy limits once again on the Peninsula (6/3)
Many large (5") and Jumbos (6"+) this season.
I've never seen so many "necking".....there was well over a hundred necking at any given time in our dig area.
Last day of the WA spring razor season is June 7
excellent, I think you meant May 7?
 
DOKF
DOKF
The days and months seem to blend together after retirement ...
 
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