Recreational razor clamming closes on central coast


The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) announce the closure of razor clam harvesting on the central Oregon coast. Recreational and commercial razor clam harvesting is now closed from Cascade Head, just north of Lincoln City, to the California border for elevated levels of the marine biotoxin domoic acid.

Recreational and commercial razor clam harvesting remains open from the Columbia River to Cascade Head.

Bay clams, crab and mussel harvesting are open along the entire Oregon Coastline. Contact ODFW for recreational license requirements, permits, limits and rules.

For more information call ODA's shellfish safety hotline at 800-448-2474 or visit the ODA Recreational Shellfish Biotoxin Closures webpage.

The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) announce the closure of razor clam harvesting on the central Oregon coast. Recreational and commercial razor clam harvesting is now closed from Cascade Head, just north of Lincoln City, to the California border for elevated levels of the marine biotoxin domoic acid.

Recreational and commercial razor clam harvesting remains open from the Columbia River to Cascade Head.

Bay clams, crab and mussel harvesting are open along the entire Oregon Coastline. Contact ODFW for recreational license requirements, permits, limits and rules.

For more information call ODA's shellfish safety hotline at 800-448-2474 or visit the ODA Recreational Shellfish Biotoxin Closures webpage.

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