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How to catch & cook crayfish in BC

A really fun summer activity around streams and lakes in the Pacific Northwest. Signal Crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) are large (up to 16cm nose to tail) and tasty, I like them better than lobster actually. Northern Crayfish (Faxonius virilis) is another species of crayfish that has been found in the Kootenays mainly. Crayfish are almost too…

How to harvest geoduck clams

Geoduck are called the king of clams for a reason. When they are eaten raw and fresh from the sea they have an almost crunchy texture and have a briny and slightly sweet flavour. These big beauties are the laughing stock of the sea, but amazingly can go for $60/lb. If you on the Pacific…