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Bruce

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Got away explor'n for a couple of day's last week :D
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Good explor'n campanion
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Found a river
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Anybody know how to find these before there empty? Any recipe's?
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we looked at this for a while before we crossed
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oopps!!
 

Big Muddy rancher

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I don't have much experience in that kind of country but we were at some friends at Valleyview/ Sunset House and dug some of those river clams. Been a while but they were down in the sand and had to be dug. I think they needed to be put in a pan of shallow water with corn meal or something to flush their system out to make them taste the best.

Surely somebody in that country would know. :?
 

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Big Muddy rancher said:
I don't have much experience in that kind of country but we were at some friends at Valleyview/ Sunset House and dug some of those river clams. Been a while but they were down in the sand and had to be dug. I think they needed to be put in a pan of shallow water with corn meal or something to flush their system out to make them taste the best.

Surely somebody in that country would know. :?

Thanks BMR, sound's like they might be edible then anyway's. This was a new river for us, I have never noticed them in the creek's/river's closer to home, am sure it's just a matter of talking to the right person sometime:)
 

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