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GLOVE PVC ORANGE

Showa Atlas 620 PVC work glove
Showa Atlas 620 PVC work gloves.
Features a thick fully-coated doubled-dipped PVC covering over a seamless knitted liner for a unique fit.
Very flexible, liquid-proof and chemical resistant.
Rough grip for grabbing wet or dry materials.
Gauntlet-length, 12".
Machine washable.
Great for fishing, outdoor projects, maintenance and more.
Color: Orange.
Item#:
ATS620-SZ
Manufacturer:
Showa Best Atlas Gloves
When you're digging up razor clams, you need a place to keep your catch. You don't want to leave your treasures just lying in a pile on the sand. You need the hands-free Danielson clam net.

It's designed to hang on your belt, right on your side: that's important for several reasons.

First, of course, is the fact that the Danielson clam net is super-convenient: you'll be able to dig up a razor clam, wipe off most of the sand, and just drop it right into the net hanging on your side. As you walk along the beach, looking for that next circular “clam show” dimple, the most of the sand on the clamshells will just fall off naturally.

The second is that you'll be fully compliant with the clam regulations. Clam-harvesting experts know that the fish and game warden wants to be able to see what you've harvested at a single glance. He or she is going to be walking up and down the beach, making sure everyone is sticking to the legal limit. You don't want to get any unwanted attention, even though you may be following all the rules. It's a hassle. (Buckets and opaque baskets are an absolute no-go: don’t take one when you go clamming, it will ruin your day.)

Finally, once you've caught your limit of clams for the day, you can simply dip your clam net into the water and wash off any remaining sand. All that’s left to do is head to the nearest stove or campfire to enjoy your catch!

The Danielson clam net is constructed from nylon mesh and a vinyl-coated steel ring.

Overall size: 21” deep, with a 9-1/4” ring.

The belt loop is 4" X 1-1/4", black nylon.

Item#:
DNC157
Manufacturer:
Danielson Company
7.0900
4.73
EACH
So you've decided to go razor clam digging... good for you! You definitely need the right gear before you go.

The basic setup for a day of razor clamming includes:
 1) the correct license
 2) a clam shovel or clam gun
 3) a clam net bag to hold your catch

The Danielson clam shovel is one option of that necessary gear (the other option is a clam gun).

So how do you use it?

Once you've spotted a razor clam "show" (a donut, spot, or dimple) you need to follow these steps to pry out your molluscs. First: put the shovel's blade tip about 5 inches from your chosen spot with the BACK of the shovel facing the ocean -- so the handle will be facing away from the waves, probably toward the sand dunes. Next, put your back into it! Push the clam shovel blade straight down and drop down to one knee. Then, gently rock the clam shovel back and forth to make it easy to push down further. Be careful! You need to keep the shovel vertical (straight up-and-down) to make sure you don't break the razor clam shell. Finally, lift several scoops of sand out of the hole in a sliding fashion. It's a sort of lifting/rocking motion -- don't worry, you'll get a feel for it. Once you can fit your hand down the hole, quickly reach for your prize!

The Danielson clam shovel blade is strong steel and the 41" handle is solid ash wood, so you know it will hold up to sand and the occasional rock. The 9" long blade tapers from a 5" back to a 4" tip, and is securely fastened to the handle with rivets.
 
NOTE: Due to the size of this product, shipping UPS or USPS may be cost prohibitive.
Please contact Seattle Marine at 1-800-426-2783 for shipping options.
Item#:
DNC269941
Manufacturer:
Danielson Company
58.9500
39.30
EACH
It's razor clam season! When the weather starts getting colder, it's time to head to the coast!

The Pacific razor clam is one of the most popular types of shellfish harvested in Washington state. They're super meaty with a narrow, slightly curved shell -- much like the handle or blade of an old-style straight razor. (The edge of the clamshell can be "razor-sharp" too, so watch your fingers when you're digging!)

The folks that live in the Pacific Northwest are lucky to have one of the best razor clam locations in the world. Digging for these delicious clams is a fun activity suitable for all members of your family, from kids to grandparents. Depending on where you go, you might see as many as a thousand other razor clam seekers sharing the beach. But don't worry: there are plenty of razor clams for everyone.

So how do you prepare to go razor clam digging?

You definitely need the right gear before you go.
The basic setup for a day of razor clamming includes:
 1) The correct license
 2) A clam shovel or clam gun
 3) A clam net bag to hold your catch

First, make sure you have the proper Washington state license. You will need a razor clam license to harvest clams legally (or one of the shellfish/seaweed combo licenses, there are several different kinds). You can order one online, by phone, or at an authorized license dealer. Once you have it, you'll need to keep that license in your possession while you're digging and after you've caught your limit (in case a ranger needs to inspect it).

Next, you'll need a tool to actually dig down and pull those elusive clams out of the sand. The Danielson clam gun is one option of that necessary gear (the other option is a clam shovel).

This clam gun has been engineered specifically for removing razor clams from sandy ocean beaches. Its solid all-steel construction makes it strong enough to burrow into any shore in pursuit of shellfish.

Measuring 31" in length, it features a 5" x 15" barrel with a 1-3/16" x 10" T-handle.

Now, like the old-time clam expert says: "Ya can't dig ya clams at high tide." After you've found your spot at LOW tide, go searching along the shore for dimples in the sand.

So how do you use a clam gun?

Set your clam gun barrel off-center with more sand on the side facing the water. Push down while twisting back and forth, rocking in a circular manner. Once the barrel is as deep as you can go, block the air vent on the underside of the handle with your finger, then pull straight up. When you remove your finger from the vent hole, a core of sand will drop out onto the beach -- and this is where your razor clam will be, if you've got the clammer's luck.

If you want to know more about clam gun usage, try watching a video or two before you go.

NOTE: Due to the size of this product, shipping UPS or USPS may be cost prohibitive.
Please contact Seattle Marine at 1-800-426-2783 for shipping options.
Item#:
DNC279T
Manufacturer:
Danielson Company
38.3300
25.55
EACH
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CLAM GUN ANODIZED ALUM

Clam gun - aluminum
It's razor clam season! When the weather starts getting colder, it's time to head to the coast!

The Pacific razor clam is one of the most popular types of shellfish harvested in Washington state. They're super meaty with a narrow, slightly curved shell -- much like the handle or blade of an old-style straight razor. (The edge of the clamshell can be "razor-sharp" too, so watch your fingers when you're digging!)

The folks that live in the Pacific Northwest are lucky to have one of the best razor clam locations in the world. Digging for these delicious clams is a fun activity suitable for all members of your family, from kids to grandparents. Depending on where you go, you might see as many as a thousand other razor clam seekers sharing the beach. But don't worry: there are plenty of razor clams for everyone.

So how do you prepare to go razor clam digging?

You definitely need the right gear before you go.
The basic setup for a day of razor clamming includes:
 1) The correct license
 2) A clam shovel or clam gun
 3) A clam net bag to hold your catch

First, make sure you have the proper Washington state license. You will need a razor clam license to harvest clams legally (or one of the shellfish/seaweed combo licenses, there are several different kinds). You can order one online, by phone, or at an authorized license dealer. Once you have it, you'll need to keep that license in your possession while you're digging and after you've caught your limit (in case a ranger needs to inspect it).

Next, you'll need a tool to actually dig down and pull those elusive clams out of the sand. The Danielson clam gun is one option of that necessary gear (the other option is a clam shovel).

This clam gun has been engineered specifically for removing razor clams from sandy ocean beaches. Its ultra-light corrosion-resistant aluminum construction make it easy to transport, while staying strong enough to burrow into any shore in pursuit of shellfish.

Measuring 31" in length, it features a 5" x 15" barrel with a 1-3/16" x 10" T-handle with a polycarbonate lining to pad your hands a little bit. (Some people consider the aluminum Danielson razor clam gun to be the Cadillac of clam guns.)

Now, like the old-time clam expert says: "Ya can't dig ya clams at high tide." After you've found your spot at LOW tide, go searching along the shore for dimples in the sand.

So how do you use a clam gun?

Set your clam gun barrel off-center with more sand on the side facing the water. Push down while twisting back and forth, rocking in a circular manner. Once the barrel is as deep as you can go, block the air vent on the underside of the handle with your finger, then pull straight up. When you remove your finger from the vent hole, a core of sand will drop out onto the beach -- and this is where your razor clam will be, if you've got the clammer's luck.

If you want to know more about clam gun usage, try watching a video or two before you go.

Item#:
DNCCGAA
Manufacturer:
Danielson Company
87.8600
58.57
EACH
Narrow blade is perfect for opening smaller clams.
Bright blue handle for easy knife identification.
Contoured slip-resistant rubber gives you a firm grip.
Blade is 3-1/4".
Item#:
FOR286900608
Manufacturer:
Victorinox / Swiss Army
12.0000
9.60
EACH

PANT BIB H/D ORANGE

Herkules bib pants
These bibs are designed to keep you comfortable and dry, even in the harshest weather conditions.
Built from heavy 18-ounce cotton canvas base material with a PVC coating.
Resists oil and provides 100% waterproof protection while maintaining flexibility.
Side gusset for adjustable width.
Features adjustable suspenders, reinforced hems in critical areas, and two snap-gusset waist adjustment areas.
Reversible for a longer lifetime of use.

Cut in a traditional generous fit that provides freedom of movement on deck and allows for layering underneath.
Please see size chart for details.
If you require a bit more length in your bibs, order your size TALL for an additional four inches.

Color: Orange.
Item#:
GRUHERK16O-SZ
Manufacturer:
Grundens
A combination LED lantern and flashlight. The perfect light for indoor or outdoor use.
Rubberized, impact-resistant body. Easily changes from lantern to spotlight by a simple sliding of its top.

Specifications:
- up to 300 lumens in lantern mode.
- up to 120 lumens in spot light mode.
- dimmable
- adjustable handle
Each mode has high and low settings.
Powered by 3 AA batteries (included).
Diameter: 3.58"
Height when Closed: 5.46"
Height when Opened: 7.79"
Color: Green
Item#:
NBO6597
24.2200
19.38
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FLASHLIGHT LED SLIM 6694

NEBO SLIM flashlight
A thin, ergonomic rechargeable pocket light.
Outputs 500 lumens of intense bright light.
Features:
- Dims from full-strength down 10%
- "Power Memory Recall"
- Pocket clip and collapsible hanging hook
- Powerful magnetic base.
Dimensions: 4.1" X 1.77" X 1.25".
Item#:
NBO6694
42.5400
34.04
EACH

KNIFE CLAM 3-3/8" 10421

Dexter-Russell clam knife
Equipped with a high-carbon steel blade, which is perfect for opening clams and slicing out the meat. The blade's edge is carefully ground so it's perfectly sharp the first time you use it. A traditional beech wood handle is secured to the blade with brass compression rivets. This allows the handle to expand and contract to maintain a tight fit.

Dimensions: 3-3/8" blade, 4" handle, 7-3/8" overall.
Item#:
RUS20129PCP
Manufacturer:
Dexter Russell Cutlery
17.2600
13.81
EACH
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Sweet, succulent and full of flavor, clam meat is typically chopped up and put into a chowder or sauce.

A good clam knife is designed to slide in between the two halves of a clam shell. It's a basic hand utensil that you use to pry open the shell of a clam, so you can harvest that delicious clam meat.

Each and every kitchen and galley needs a clam knife. Check out this one from Dexter-Russell: it has a rounded tip, a short blade, and a non-slip handle.

NOTE: While this knife is ideal for opening clams, it is NOT designed to be used on oysters.
Clam shells are opened by separation, and oyster shells are opened by using force to "pop" open the hinge muscle. This is a fundamentally different process, so don't try to use this Dexter-Russell clam knife on oysters.

The 3" blade is stain-free, high-carbon steel.
The handle is slip-resistant white polypropylene.

This Dexter-Russell clam knife is NSF certified.
Item#:
RUSS119
Manufacturer:
Dexter Russell Cutlery
18.4400
14.75
EACH
Sweet, succulent and full of flavor, clam meat is typically chopped up and put into a chowder or sauce.

A good clam knife is designed to slide in between the two halves of a clam shell. It's a basic hand utensil that you use to pry open the shell of a clam, so you can harvest that delicious clam meat.

Each and every kitchen and galley needs a clam knife. Check out this one from Dexter-Russell: it has a rounded tip, a short blade, and a non-slip handle.

NOTE: While this knife is ideal for opening clams, it is NOT designed to be used on oysters.
Clam shells are opened by separation, and oyster shells are opened by using force to "pop" open the hinge muscle. This is a fundamentally different process, so don't try to use this Dexter-Russell clam knife on oysters.

The 3" blade is stain-free, high-carbon steel.
The handle is slip-resistant white polypropylene.

This Dexter-Russell clam knife is NSF certified.
Item#:
RUSS127PCP
Manufacturer:
Dexter Russell Cutlery
13.8400
11.07
EACH
Sweet, succulent and full of flavor, clam meat is typically chopped up and put into a chowder or sauce.

A good clam knife is designed to slide in between the two halves of a clam shell. It's a basic hand utensil that you use to pry open the shell of a clam, so you can harvest that delicious clam meat.

Each and every kitchen and galley needs a clam knife. Check out this one from Dexter-Russell: it has a rounded tip, a short blade, and a non-slip handle.

NOTE: While this knife is ideal for opening clams, it is NOT designed to be used on oysters.
Clam shells are opened by separation, and oyster shells are opened by using force to "pop" open the hinge muscle. This is a fundamentally different process, so don't try to use this Dexter-Russell clam knife on oysters.

The 3-3/8" blade is stain-free, high-carbon steel.
The handle is slip-resistant white polypropylene.

This Dexter-Russell clam knife is NSF certified.
Item#:
RUSS129
Manufacturer:
Dexter Russell Cutlery
15.3200
12.26
EACH

BOOT XTRATUF REG TOE - 15"

Xtratuf boots - 15"
Neoprene boots with regular toes.
Flexible, hand-layered seamless waterproof construction.
Protects against acids, corrosives, and contaminants.
Chevron outsole and heel.
Built-in cushion insoles with arch support.
Height: 15".
Item#:
SRV22272G-SZ
Manufacturer:
XTRATUF / Norcross Safety

FLASHLIGHT / LANTERN PIKA

Pika rechargeable lantern
A convertible flashlight / lantern. Features a USB charger for your mobile devices. Tough, water-resistant design. Projects up to 150 lumens, with multiple brightness levels. Long-lasting rechargable battery charges via standard plug.
Item#:
UCOPIKA
Manufacturer:
Frosts / Mora Knives
33.1200
24.84
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