Biotoxin Shuts Down Razor Clamming on South Coast


Recreational Razor Clamming has been closed from the south jetty of the Siuslaw River to the California Border because of elevated levels of a marine biotoxin. Recent shellfish samples taken from the area between Cape Arago south of Charleston to the Siuslaw River near Florence indicate levels of the domoic acid risen above the alert level. The closure is in effect for all beaches and bays.  The recreational harvest of razor clams is OPEN from the Columbia River to the south Jetty of the Siuslaw River.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, June 11th, 2019 and is filed under Local News.