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Oregon Shellfish Areas - Coquille River

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Coquille River

See the Coquille River area map below

View Coquille River shellfish areas as pdf

 

The areas around Bandon, on the Coquille River have productive softshell beds. The areas near Bandon Marsh, National Wildlife refuge tend to be the most popular. Populations of other bay clams may be found close to the jettys but are mostly subtidal.

 

 

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