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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Note: There is no upland public access to this beach. Access is by boat only.

Please respect private property and stay within the boundary markers at the north and south end of the public beach. Shellfish may not be taken from private beaches without the owner's permission.

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MISC. BEACH INFORMATION

Kitsap County | Region 6 Information

Marine Area 10 (Seattle-Bremerton Area)
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Aerial Beach Photo (Dept. of Ecology)

SEABOLD BEACH
260475

SHELLFISH TYPES & OPENINGS/CLOSURES

Clams open all year
Oysters open all year

HARVEST PROFILE

This beach has a good population of horse clams and there are some pockets of native littleneck clams fairly high on the beach. Eastern softshell clams and butter clams are available here as well. There are geoducks present on this beach below the -1.5 foot tide level. There are few, if any, oysters present.

DIRECTION TO SITE
Nearest boat ramps are the Suquamish ramp to the north, Keyport to the southwest and Brownsville to the south. Approximate GPS coordinates are:  47.70645o N, 122.54697o W at the north boundary and 47.69914o N, 122.56388 at the south. 

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Beach information last updated: September 18, 2015 @ 2:44pm