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North Umpqua Trail © Umpqua's Last Resort fishermen's seafood market When you dig into some succulent fried or grilled clams, it isn't likely that you'd think, "Wow, I can't wait to eat this farmgrown seafood." But unless you're grabbing dinner at the Fishermen's Seafood Market you're not getting the wild caught clams and freshly caught seafood you'd expect when you're in Oregon. The market is the ONLY place on the West coast that sends its own boats out specifically to dive for wild clams. It also catches its own seafood and sells it in its store year-round. Sit in the restaurant or on the wharf and enjoy a bowl of the restaurant's best chowder or take your prize home and make it part of your next meal. We're open from 10:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sundays. Hours are seasonal. region 3: southwest coast The Only Place On The West Coast That Serves And Sells Wild Caught Clams As fresh as it gets CALL US AT: 541-267-CRAB FRESH SEAFOOD MARKET & RESTAURANT 200 S. Bayshore Dr. Coos Bay, Oregon 97420 Homemade Chowder - Hand-cut Fish & Chips The Only Harvester of Wild Oregon Clams Open Monday - Saturday 10:30am - 8pm (hours are seasonal) www.fishermensseafoodmarket.com sunset oceanfront lodging Sunset Oceanfront Lodging sprawls along three blocks of beachfront property, commanding a panoramic view of a flat sandy beach with tide pools, monumental sea stacks and spectacular sunsets from its perch on the edge of a bluff. Sunset Oceanfront Lodg