Posts Tagged ‘razor clam’

Spring Razor Clam Season Open Now!

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

wdfwlogoThe Washington Department of Fish and Game (WDFW) has given the “go-ahead” for the March razor clam season to begin along Washington beaches.

“The results of marine toxin tests are in, confirming that clams are safe to eat, and clearing the way for the spring’s first razor-clam digs on ocean beaches,” reports WDFW. As a result, the season opened yesterday, March 26, and will continue through April 1 at various Washington beaches.


Tentative Razor Clam Digs Scheduled in Washington

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Razor Clam DigThe Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced that razor clam diggers will be privy to a five-day dig scheduled to begin January 27 as well as a tentative dig in late February.

Both dig openings are contingent upon marine toxin tests showing that the clams are safe to eat.


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…)