Crabbing and Clamming

Interested in crabbing or clamming? Dungeness crabs, thought by many to be among the sea’s finest delicacies, are plentiful in this area from midsummer to late fall, and available most of the rest of the year. Our restaurants serve fresh seafood caught right here on our coastline. The Pacific Ocean produces some of the best tasting crabs anywhere.

If you’re looking to do it yourself. Check the Rogue Outdoor Store for rental crab rings and  follow the directions to a DIY dinner. Tonight you’ll dine in style.

Anyone who’s paid $40 for a fancy clam dinner will be shocked by how easy it is to dig up and prepare your own for the cost of a shovel and cooking pot. Razor clams take up concentrated residence in the sands of Bailey Beach and Myers Beach. For butter clams, you have to travel 24 miles north to Rocky Point. For more information on shellfish visit

Check the tide tables website and the Department of Fish & Wildlife website for regulations. Be aware of red tide warnings when shellfish are unsafe to eat.