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Oregon Shellfish Areas - Nestucca Bay

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Nestucca Bay

See the Nestucca Bay area map below | View Nestucca Bay shellfish areas as pdf

Area 1 can be reached by either boat or beach access. Beach access is obtained from Brooten Rd., approximately 1mile south of Pacific City. Softshell clams can be found throughout this area. These mud flats can have soft spots where walking may be difficult. For digging use a shovel or clam gun would be best.

Area 2 will require a boat for crabbing. Pots may be set anywhere within this area.

 

Boat Launches

Boat launches in Alsea Bay can be found at the following locations

  • Fisher Landing/Guardrail Hole- approximately 1mile south of Pacific City, off Brooten Rd.

  • Pacific City Ramp- from Pacific Ave. in Pacific City, turn south on Sunset Dr. toward Bob Straub State Park (not shown on map).

  • Little Nestucca/101 Ramp- at approximately mile post 92 on Hwy 101, turn on to Meda Loop Rd, proceed ½ mile, turn north at first curve.

 

Information provided is a result of past ODFW surveys, recent spot checks, and input from local residents. The purpose of this map is to provide the user with information and locations of recreational shellfish areas where the most likelihood of success may be found by species. Clam species identified within a particular area represent the most abundant found; other species may be present or may exist in areas not identified on the map. This is to be used as a reference as sandbars, clam beds, and species composition can shift over time. Always use caution when boating/crabbing in the lower bay as swift currents during tidal exchanges can occur, and result in loss of gear or cause boat to be pulled out to sea if mechanical problems arise.

Nestucca bay clams



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