Razor clams are back on the menu after levels of a harmful marine toxin fell and portions of the Oregon Coast reopened to diggers.
Razor clamming is open from the Columbia River to Cape Perpetua and from the Umpqua River’s south jetty to Cape Arago, state officials announced Friday. Closures remain in place from Cape Perpetua to the north jetty of the Umpqua River and from Cape Arago to the California border. These closures include all beaches and bays.
The state had previously closed portions of the Oregon Coast near