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Re: Anyone around Edmonds?

Hi Daniel, Edmonds is tricky for harvesting. You need to land your take in the harbor since beaches are off limits. And of course the Marine Park has not
Dave Forcucci
Oct 11
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8778

Anyone around Edmonds?

Just wondering who’s in the area, looking for people to dive with. How’s the spearfishing here? I’m just getting back into breath holds but have lots of
Daniel Sears
Oct 10
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8777

Diving in the strait, Vancouver Island side

Can anyone tell me if there are some good opportunities for diving in the Strait on the Canada side? Are there any fish species that may be harvested this time
tom pavlik
Oct 6
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8776

Re: Clam tube for razor clam digging

Yeah, even using the tube you'll find you've got to chase after them in the hole more often than not. With a shovel you can just keep after them until you get
Andrew Jacobs
Sep 14
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8775

Re: Clam tube for razor clam digging

thanks. On Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 9:36 AM, Brian Allen allenshellfish@...
Dave Forcucci
Sep 14
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8774

Re: Clam tube for razor clam digging

personal preference. Brian Allen Puget Sound Restoration Fund 382 Wyatt Way NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 www.restorationfund.org (206) 780-6947 office (360)
Brian Allen
Sep 14
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8773

Re: Clam tube for razor clam digging

Thanks Brian, I have a shovel and someone is giving me a clam gun so I am set. What makes the shovel better? Dave On Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 8:34 AM, Brian Allen
Dave Forcucci
Sep 14
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8772

Re: Clam tube for razor clam digging

Yup, but also shovel. shovel is better. Brian Allen Puget Sound Restoration Fund 382 Wyatt Way NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 www.restorationfund.org (206)
Brian Allen
Sep 14
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8771

Clam tube for razor clam digging

Does anyone have a clam tube I could borrow for razor clam digging in October? Dave
Dave Forcucci
Sep 13
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8770

Re: Looking for a freediving partner!

I'm planning to surf in the Strait on either the Vancouver or Port Angeles side this weekend. I'd forgotten about this group until I started opening this email
tom pavlik
Aug 15
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8769

Re: Looking for a freediving partner!

I'll be up in Whidbey Island for two weeks of school and I can meet up for some crabbing on Sunday, I also will be in Neah Bay the weekend of the 25th for some
Joan Diaz
Aug 15
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8768

Re: Looking for a freediving partner!

I saw hundreds of crabs two weeks ago in 15 feet of water alongside camano but they were all soft or a mm under the minimum size. They were all dug into the
tom pavlik
Aug 15
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8767

Re: Looking for a freediving partner!

Thanks Ana! I found the group and sent you a friend request too. I've never hunted before. I grew up with a protected marine reserve. I think it would be fun
b5a095b0ccd06b04d373bae979252823
Aug 15
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8766

Re: Looking for a freediving partner!

By the way,has anyone found an alternative crabbing site to Mukilteo? Is that site still viable? I want to go next week with whoever wants to go. Rafael On Aug
Rafael Gonzalez-Vizoso
Aug 15
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8765

Re: Looking for a freediving partner!

There are many places. The best place for wild life is Neah Bay, four hours away driving on the Pacific coast. I think it would be best if you call me. Too
Rafael Gonzalez-Vizoso
Aug 15
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