Re: Oregon Beach Locations
You are asking for quite a lot there. Your best bet is at low tide when the gravel is well exposed, and that always requires walking across dry sand. You don't want to be looking in the dry areas anyway, as they are very well picked over and don't usually have much in the way of aggies. That said there are many references for beach collecting sites out there and the best is the guide available at Facets gem shop in Newport, a block off Hwy 101 (there is a small sign on the hwy just north of the bridge).
From Tim Fisher - December 06, 2008 at 08:27:16