Shellfishing regulations For bivalve season information, please see the 2022 Puget Sound clam, mussel, and oyster season guide. A list of the tides in the Puget Sound region that favor good harvest results can be found in the 2023 best clam and oyster harvest tides chart. 2021-2022 sport fishing rules 2021-2022 sport fishing rules pamphlet. These rules go into effect July 1, 2021. Razor clam seasons and beaches Razor clams are one of the most sought-after shellfish species in Washington. Emergency rule changes See emergency rule changes, including fishing rule changes issued by WDFW. Clam, mussel, and oyster beaches Find information about public clam, mussel, and oyster beaches, including harvest seasons, beach locations, and current Department of Health status. Shellfish/seaweed species harvest rules Find information about daily limits for shellfish and seaweed and shellfish harvest size rules. Shellfish safety and season information See up-to-date health and season information for shellfish and shellfish beaches. Crab seasons and areas Each year, sport fishers catch more than a million pounds of Dungeness crab. Shrimp Shrimp are recreationally and commercially harvested in Washington. Statewide gear rules Learn about the statewide gear rules for crab, shrimp, and crawfish. Report lost or stolen shellfishing gear If WDFW can recover your gear and it is properly identified, we can attempt to return it to you.