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Oregon"s captivating clams

Robert W. Jacobson

Oregon"s captivating clams

by Robert W. Jacobson

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Published by Oregon Sea Grant, Oregon State University in [Corvallis, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clams -- Oregon.,
  • Clamming -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.W. Jacobson, P. Heikkila, and K.S. Hilderbrand.
    SeriesORESU-G -- 96-003.
    ContributionsHeikkila, Paul., Hilderbrand, Kenneth S., Oregon State University. Extension Sea Grant Program.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17716713M

    Yet The Secret Life of Clams is the first adult trade book to deal exclusively with this gastronomic treat that is more complex than its simple two shells might reveal. The Secret Life of Clams features compelling insights, captivating biology, wry observations, and up-to-the-minute natural history that will keep readers engaged and ed on: Novem Oregon ’s Captivating Clams by Oregon State University Extension Service Oregon ’s Salty Coast by Jim Gibbs The Pacific West Coast Bottom Trawl Survey of Groundfish Resources: Estimates of Distribution, Abundance, Age and Length Composition by Kenneth L. Weinberg, Mark E. Wilkins and Thomas A. Dark.

    Before hitting the beach in search of littleneck and razor clams, get a license, learn the rules, and find out when the tide is out. Once you've gathered clams, know how to clean, store and cook. Oregons Captivating Clams. Corvallis: Oregon State University Extension Service. Oregon Bay Clam Distribution, Abundance, Planting Sites and Effects of Harvest. This book is a collection of 14 papers delivered at the October Coastal Natural Hazards conference in Newport, Oregon. For the most part, the papers are written in.

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Oregon's Captivating Clams Clam digging is an exciting, inexpensive, and popular sport. Oregon's coastal bays contain at least five major clams species - gaper, cockle, littleneck, butter, and softshell; the succulent razor clam can also be found along certain stretches of the Oregon Coast.

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Jacobson, Paul Heikkila, Kenneth S. Hilderbrand. Berger takes you away to the salt air and reflection of clouds on wet sand, the perfume of melting butter and frying clams, the invitation of a clam's subtle show dimpling the beach.

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Revised July Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the Sea Grant Catalog. Publisher: [Corvallis, Or.]: Oregon State University Extension Service, Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program. Discover the rewards of digging Oregon's clams by purchasing a copy of the book, Oregon's Clams.

Digging clams is a recreational activity that can be enjoyed by all members of the family regardless of age as shown below by then 13 year old Katie and her twin sister Maggie were featured in an Oregon Coast Today articles March and July digging for purple varnish clams in Siletz Bay.

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Call the Shellfish Safety Hotline before harvesting The Oregon Department of Agriculture's (ODA) shellfish biotoxin hotline is toll free and is updated immediately when shellfish biotoxins reach the alert level. The hotline is your best source for up-to-date clam, crab, and mussel closure information.

Gaper, butter, cockle, littleneck, softshell and purple varnish clams are popularly harvested due to their abundance, size and taste. A wide variety of other bivalve species are found in Oregon estuaries, but not commonly harvested due either to their scarcity or poor taste.

Discover crabbing and clamming on the Oregon Coast Oregon has miles of coastline - that’s miles of crabbing and clamming opportunity. Digging for razor or bay clams is a simple and affordable activity that can include the whole family. Dropping crab pots for Dungeness or red rock crab is often done by boat, but crabbing from a dock can be successful too.

Oregon estuaries are rich with many species of clams, although only a few of these species are commonly harvested. Razor, gaper, butter, cockle, littleneck and softshell are primarily harvested due to their abundance, size, and taste.

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Johnson, P.O. BoxWaldport, OR The book contains maps of the estuaries and full instructions. Attendance is absolutely FREE, or get a head start developing your clam digging skills with the E-book, Oregon's Clams, or enhance your knowledge about taking crabs from Oregon's coastal waters by purchasing the prnted edition of Oregon's Crabs.

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The 18 mile stretch of Clatsop beaches account for 95% of Oregon’s razor clam harvest.