Part of Oregon coast closed to razor clamming

(KCBY image)

NORTH BEND, Ore. -- Razor clamming is now closed on part of the Oregon coast.

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says recent tests show high levels of a marine bio-toxin.

As a result, the recreational harvesting of razor clams is closed from Cascade Head north of Lincoln City, to the California border.

Clamming remains open from the Columbia River to Cascade Head.

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