Few places in the world have Oregon’s diversity and quality of angling. Salmon and halibut dominate our 363 miles of Pacific coastline, and salmon and steelhead run in major rivers in the central and eastern regions of the state. We’ve got countless smaller streams and reservoirs teeming with trout and panfish. You’ll get hooked on Oregon fishing, which makes another great excuse for camping, boating and visiting our parks.
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ODFW has a lot of good info- http://www.dfw.state.or.us/MRP/shellfish/razorclams/index.asp Check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA4D2ERtTdo Sometimes you will see those "shows" on their own, especially right at low tide. I like to stomp my feet as I walk in about a ten foot circle and then walk back over my tracks and look for shows. As the stomping scares the clam it will re…