2020 Tide Tables by Month

January to December 2020

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January Tide 2020

**Oregon Tide Tables January Data from Columbia River N. Jetty.

Tides for razor clamming are so important, and they can also be very confusing.
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Oregon Tide Tables Disclaimer:
Data based upon the latest information available from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOA). These Oregon tide tables are for public use. Tides are from the Columbia River Entrance (N. Jetty). Tides are for razor clamming. All tides may differ from other published Oregon tide tables. When clamming always arrive two hours early. All Oregon tide tables will vary based upon many factors and are just predictions. Our company accepts no liability for the content, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the Oregon tide tables information provided. Although the data found using the NOA Oregon tide tables for public use are believed to be reliable, no warranty expressed or implied is made. This includes accuracy, adequacy, completeness, legality, reliability or usefulness of any information. Data can also become out-of-date.

Information provided from this website is a result of personal experience clamming at beach and bay locations over a period of fifty years. Information also comes from local residences providing input and advice; as well as, ongoing information from past Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife surveys. Information will change as incoming seas have a tendency to shift, weather changes, and sandbars move. The hope of this information is for people new to clamming to have a successful first time experience. razorclamming.com is not responsible for the accuracy of this data, and the outcome, or the results of your personal efforts.

NOA can be reached at: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOA)