Nothing compares to the flavor of freshly dug clams prepared with my family's award winning recipes or recipes submitted by our fellow clam diggers.
Click, hERE to order Oregon's Clams.Click, hERE to see the photo essay of the Clamslayer Brandon Williams taking gaper clams with ease using a Shrimp pump in the shallow water of Coos Bay.Clam Chowder recipe yesterday for company.It was the best chowder we've ever had - definitely restaurant quality!Oregon's Clams includes: All the information necessary to consistently dig limits of Oregon's Razor Clams and Oregon's Bay Clams.Personalize your copy of Oregon's Clams with an autograph by the author by entering your name or the name of the person you are giving the book to in the appropriate box on the payment page.The narrative with accompanying photo array in the book describes the preferred method used for cleaning razor clams or bay clams using a knife or clion the video clip here demonstrating how echangisme en ligne to clean razor clams in a hot water bath.Marney Reed from Port Orford writes, ".See the new and exciting additions to our family recipes for our critically acclaimed Oregon's Clam Chowder and our award winning Stuffed Clams.Discover the rewards of digging Oregon's clams by purchasing a copy of the book, Oregon's Clams.Using the shrimp pump is one of the most productive methods for taking bay clams from the exposed surface of the tidal flats or from areas of the tidal flats covered by shallow water.You may have seen the author and avid clam digger, William Lackner, digging bay clams on the Oregon Coast Show, or with weather guru Andy Carson from kptv as shown below or with Joel Porter of kmtr in Eugene.
The clams in the photo were dug at Fort Stevens using the method recommended by the odfw to dig Razor Clams using our standard clam shovel.
Get a head start developing your clam digging skills by purchasing the 128 page color E edition of Oregon's Clams for.95.Odfw Maps of Oregon's Bays that disclose the location of the clams common to each bay.includes complete instructions for gathering and preparing Oregon's mussels.Oregon's Clams discloses all of the locations where both bay clams and razor clams are commonly found along the Oregon Coast.Oregon's Bay Clams: purple varnish clams, gaper clams, cockles and softshell clams, Manila clams and butter clams.The pictorial essays and accompanying narratives describe the best methods used to clean.
The photos of the bay clam and razor clam shows displays how to identify both bay clam shows and razor clam shows in the wet and dry sand.
Even though our books are written for adults launch a child on a lifelong adventure digging Oregon's Clams by giving them one of our books.
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 2009 and July.