Clamming is a rapidly growing hobby in the Pacific Northwest. It’s great fun for all ages, you don’t need an expensive boat or tackle, and chances are there is a location near you. If you are new to clamming, you’ll find simple instructions that will have you harvesting clams in minutes. If you’re looking to broaden your skill set, Clamming the Pacific Northwest Coast is the most comprehensive guide for harvesting razor and bay clams. Also includes informative maps & charts, tides, equipment, regulations, recipes, and so much more.
Easy to read and full of personal experiences and family stories, Clamming the Pacific Northwest Coast is one of those rare guidebooks that is not only informative, but fun and interesting to read too.
“The most comprehensive guide book on clamming in the Pacific Northwest I’ve seen. If this is your first time clamming or you’re a tenured expert there’s something here for you. You’ll learn when and where to find them, how to dig them, clean them, store them, along with some really great recipes.” — John Morris, Seaside Oregon Clammer
“Ken has taken the time to weave family stories and clamming experiences throughout this book to make it a truly enjoyable read. Once I opened it I couldn’t put it down!” —- Frank Amato, Publisher
“One of the really great things about clamming is you don’t need a boat, it’s inexpensive, and fun for the entire family. This single book has everything you need to get started on a hobby that can last a lifetime!” — “Happy Tides” Ken Axt, Author