OLYMPIA -- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) today
announced that Twin Harbors Beach will open for recreational razor clam digging on
Monday, April 27.
Digging is allowed only during the a.m. tide period. A low tide on Monday of
minus 1.8 will occur at 7:53 a.m. Twin Harbors Beach includes the Westport, Grayland
and North Cove areas.
WDFW again chose a week day for the one-day extension so that the total
allowable catch for the area would not be exceeded. Weekend seasons result in much
larger clam harvests.
People age 15 to 69 must have a 1998 Shellfish/Seaweed license to harvest
razor clams. The cost is $5. Senior resident licenses cost $3. Diggers are reminded
they must keep the first 15 clams regardless of size or condition. Each person's clam
limit must be kept in a separate container.
Razor clam digging will not re-open on Long Beach, Copalis (including Ocean
Shores, Oyhut and Ocean City), Mocrocks (including Iron Springs, Roosevelt Beach,
Pacific Beach and Moclips) or Kalaloch beaches for conservation reasons.