Clamming in the bay?

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  1. justhavinfun

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    Thanks for posting - it says "shellfish". Does it say specifically "clams" on the website? Are oysters considered shellfish? What else? Mussels?
     
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    Thanks -

    Let us know what you find.
     
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    I used to pick up clams all the time, but I wouldn't eat anything from the bay now, there's oil in it.
     
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    Could you please post a link to your source?
     
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    Well lets go over this rationally.

    1.) It's April not February or December.
    2.) Those photos of marsh grass are very nice, but I can't identify any oil.
    3.) The dispersant is gone, let that one go or at least give equal time to UFO's, Big Foot, and the Kennedy assassination.
     

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