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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Clam, Pacific Razor

The Pacific or Northern Razor Clam is a marine bivalve found along the North American West Coast on surf-swept sand beaches from Pismo Beach, CA to the Aleutian Islands in Alaska. Pacific Razor Clam can grow to over 6 in… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Clam, Soft-Shell – Canada

Soft-Shell Clam has a worldwide distribution. Along the North American Atlantic Coast, it ranges from Labrador to North Carolina.The Soft-Shell Clam may live for 10–12 years and grow to more than 11 cm in shell length. In Canada, the Soft-Shell Clam… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Clam, Soft-Shell – Maine and Massachusetts

Soft-Shell Clams are found in intertidal mud flats throughout much of the North Atlantic Ocean. They reach sexual maturity around 5 years old and usually live 10 – 12 years. In the U.S., most commercial fishing for Soft-Shell… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Cobia – U.S., Handline and Bottom Gillnet

Cobia is a large pelagic fish, growing up to 2 m (6.5 ft) in length, and found in tropical and warm-temperate waters worldwide, except for the eastern Pacific. They grow quickly, become sexually mature at 1-3 years of… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Cockles – New Zealand

The New Zealand cockle is a marine bivalve that is found on protected beaches and shores around the North and South Islands, Stewart Island, the Chatham Islands, and the Auckland Islands in New Zealand. It is found in… Read More
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Species is relatively abundant, and fishing methods cause little damage to habitat and other wildlife.
Cod, Pacific – AlaskaA fishery targeting this species has been certified as sustainable and well managed to the Marine Stewardship Council's environmental standard. Learn more at http://www.msc.org.
These fish contain levels of mercury or PCBs that may pose a health risk to adults and children. Our source of information is http://seafood.edf.org/.  We also recommend that you check local advisories.

Pacific Cod is a relatively fast growing fish that can produce several hundred thousand eggs per year. It is commercially fished in two regions, the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands, and both populations have good… Read More
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