Yes, clam chum down on the Cell for spades. Try to make it down there at least twice a year. Probably the strongest fighting fish ever!
Do you know if they are at the Cell now?
Did you try Fishbone's in Pasadena? I saw a little sign by his cash register that he had clams and clam chum. Didn't pay attention to the price.
Last edited by MikMal; 06-09-2012 at 05:57 PM. Reason: It posted twice.
Dont go to Anglers unless you enjoy getting gouged.
the sign outside of TriState Marina in Deale where they have a tackle shop sez they have razor clams, give them a call. The tackle shop/marina and the Tristate boat store and service are about a mile apart.
I used to get razor clams by the bushel or 5 gallon bucket at tylers tackle in CB. Its been many years though. Was $40 a bushel back then probably 2 or 3 times that now if you can find them.
Ended up shucking out 100 chowder clams and making my own chum. Wasn't too bad or very costly, and other then the blister in the middle of my shucking knife hand, I knew I'd have fresh bait. Fished the LightTower with it, but didn't have any love. Did see one boat hook and land 5 or 6 spades though that looked to be real nice size. Tried a few wrecks in the area with little response and ended up inshore chumming for cobia for the afternoon. Had a cobia to the boat that decided to take an additional run and wrap the anchor line with the leader, sounded like a .22 went off when that fish broke the line!
I guess BlueLou was right in that I'm not much of a fisherman, but all in all it was a fun trip.
Peninsula Farms in Mayo may have what you're looking for, but they're closed for the next 10 days (starting 11 June).