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RECREATIONAL RAZOR CLAMMING
Recreational Razor Clamming Weeklong razor clam dig starts Monday, April 14
State shellfish managers today approved a series of morning razor-clam digs starting Monday, April 14, at Twin Harbors and expanding to include three other ocean beaches over the next week. Learn more >>
How Recreational Razor Clam Seasons are Set
How to Dig Razor Clams
Try these delicious Razor Clam recipes
Things to do, Places to Stay

LOST OR STOLEN SHELLFISHING GEAR
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Has your crab or shrimp pot gone missing? You can report lost gear online. Learn more >>


RECREATIONAL SQUID FISHING
Recreational Squid Fishing Looking for a healthy choice? Squid, or calamari, is lower in fat and calories than many other protein sources and is beautifully versatile. It can be used for appetizers, soups, salads or main dishes. The best times to catch squid running is from late summer though winter.
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