I got my new clam rake, but you can nevr have to many top qulity clam rakes!
I'd love a Ribb rake, btw, those look nice. Pretty happy with the C;lam Out rake, too. The ribbs have the digging tines welded directly, whereas the ClamOut rakes tines are also part of the basket, with no welds to break. My friend, a "pro" clammer (recreational, but he's in the watre at least once a week) has a nice stainless steel ribb rake with 2 broken tines i had my welder at work fix fro him last week. Not a big deal, but tryiong to find a broken tine, or make a replacement for something that shouldn't break is a pain in the balls.