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Stewart Tweed, retired county marine agent, tends oysters in raised cages in Delaware Bay off Green Creek during Sept. 1 twilight tour of the aquaculture production facility by members of Cape May County Board of Agriculture. Oysters are grown in leased parcels offshore of Rutgers University?s Haskins Research Laboratory
 

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Ate a dozen last nite! Love those buggers. Great pic!
 

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We are gooing down to stone harbor area and north wildwood does anyone know a good place to clam on those areas.It hard to read these maps they gave us and i don't want to get in trouble.Some places yoou can't clam and some places it's seasonal.Thanks guys
 

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Originally posted by ratttle trap:
We are gooing down to stone harbor area and north wildwood does anyone know a good place to clam on those areas.It hard to read these maps they gave us and i don't want to get in trouble.Some places yoou can't clam and some places it's seasonal.Thanks guys
Not fimuliar with the area BUT, Stay away from any staked areas!!!!(thoes skinny trees or parts of you see planted where they have no reason to grow). See a knowedgeable tackle shop owner & run it by him in ref to the maps & regs. & BE more more comfortable to go. Jersey clams....the BEST
 
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