Posts Tagged ‘clam dig’

Razor Clam Season Opens Today in Washington

Friday, October 16th, 2009

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced earlier this week that a series of razor clam digs have been scheduled to begin today, Friday, October 16, on a number of Washington beaches. The scheduled digs come following multiple tests confirming safe marine toxin levels in the clams.

As of today, the following beaches are approved for clam digging*: (more…)

Washington: Additional Clam Digs Scheduled

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Additional winter razor-clams digs have been approved by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), the first of which that will include a dig beginning Thursday, Dec. 11. Digs are also scheduled for January and February.

According to WDFW, four evening digs will take place at Copalis and Mocrocks Dec. 11-14; Long Beach and Twin Harbors will host three evening digs Dec. 12-14. Digging is restricted to the hours between noon and midnight. For best results, WDFW recommends that people start digging at least one hour before low tide.

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