This short film introduces tools and basic techniques for digging razor clams on Washington’s coastal beaches.
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Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Oct. 21
Duck hunters, particularly in the Columbia Basin, report an opening day “maybe a little less productive” than previous years. After the initial opener on Saturday, ducks and geese close for two days ...
Razor clam harvest remains strong
Participation and harvest were both down during the second nine-day razor clam opener from Oct. 3-11, but thousands of diggers still took more than 900,000 clams. Long Beach, open all nine days, was ...
Evening razor clam digs approved starting Tuesday
State shellfish managers have approved the next round of razor clam digs starting Tuesday, Oct. 19, on three beaches.
Diggers could see an abundance of razor clams
It’s been nearly a year since someone could walk from a parking lot in Fort Stevens State Park to the wet sand by the South Jetty and shove a clam gun in a razor ... beach to dig their daily ...
WDFW approves next round of razor clam digs for Washington coast
OLYMPIA — Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife shellfish managers have approved more razor clam digs on coastal beaches.
WDFW approves razor clam digs beginning Oct. 19
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife shellfish managers have approved the next round of razor clam digs, kicking off Tuesday, Oct. 19 on coastal beaches.
Second round of razor clams dig open
The next round of razor clam digs is a go, with marine toxin levels within allowable limits. Shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife approved the October dig dates ...
Tentative razor clam dig dates depending on toxin test results
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife shellfish managers in late August announced tentative days people can dig for razor clams through the end of December. The approval of the dates are ...