Oregon Coast Clamming
Can you dig it? Grab a shovel, bucket, and license and hunt down razor clams to take home and fry up – a classic Oregon Coast activity.
Read on for places to pick up a shellfish license, gear, and local advice before you start clamming. Up-to-date regulations on dates, size regulations, and daily possession limits can be found at Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Clamming page.
Remember the ocean can be unpredictable, particularly during the stormy winter and fall months. Even on calm days, sneaker waves surprise unsuspecting people, potentially injuring or sweeping them out to sea. Don't turn your back on the ocean at any point while on the beach.
Bud's RV Park & Campground
One stop shop in Gearhart to pick up a clamming license and rent your gear.
Bud's RV Park & Campground,
U.S. 101, Gearhart, OR, USA
Clamming gear for sale at this Astoria warehouse.
Englund Marine & Industrial Supply,
Hamburg Avenue, Astoria, OR, USA
Looking for a clamming license in Cannon Beach? Stop in at Mariner Market.
North Hemlock Street, Cannon Beach, OR, USA
Convenience store in Seaside selling clamming licenses.
South Roosevelt Drive, Seaside, OR, USA