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I am heading out clamming first thing in the AM.
Low tide in strathmere is around 8am. I was planning on clamming from about 6:30 til we get are limit, which might only be an hour or so.

Hip boots are needed and chest waders are even better. The bar is high and dry, but you have to walk from the boat in a foot and a half of water.

Anyone interested email me or call me at 856-297-1082 I guarantee you will have 150 clams when you leave the bar. Almost no chowders on this bar either. If you don't havea rake, I will let you borrow one, with the option to buy :D
 

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I would join you but I'm headed out with Seaswirl for a little strummin action. Email me next time you go, am very interested in clamming.
 

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Ihunt,
Will do, but if you are from PA you have to wait another couple of weeks. Out of state licenses start in June (i think)
 

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Hey Margaritaville Would love to try the clammin thang...I saw your post about the rakes for sale and thought it would be neat to try..I know absolutely nothing about clammin so I don't have any bad habits..I love fresh clams entire family can eat them raw or steamed..Do I need a license and where can I get one???
Teach me oh great one...

Send me a e-mail as to when you are going again...
 
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