Clam, mussel, and oyster seasons OPEN for harvest year-round.
DNR 57 (Toandos Peninsula) is accessible by boat only. There is no upland access to this beach.
Not much is known about DNR-57 clam populations, but it is a typical rocky Hood Canal beach that should have butter clams available in the mid-low tidal zone as well as cockles, native littleneck clams, and horse clams. Geoducks may be found at extreme low tides (-2.0 feet or lower) below the rocky zone.
This is a good beach for oysters.
DNR-57 is boat access only. There is no upland access. The north boundary of this beach is located about 600 feet south of the navigation light at Tabook Point. DNR-57 is about 1,000 yards from boundary to boundary. The south boundary is not marked (see beach map). Approximate GPS coordinates of the south boundary are: 47.738º N, 122.807º W. GPS coordinates for the midpoint of DNR-57 are: 47.741º N, 122.809º W. When in doubt, please stay well within the approximate boundaries to avoid trespassing.
Nearest boat ramps: Point Whitney ramp (located north of Brinnon on Bee Mill Road) is about 2 nautical miles by boat from DNR-57. The Misery Point ramp (located about 3 miles from Seabeck on Misery Point Road) is about 5.6 nautical miles by boat from DNR-57. Quilcene Marina (located 1 mile south of Quilcene on Linger Longer Road) is about 4.3 nautical miles by boat from DNR-57.