This short film introduces tools and basic techniques for digging razor clams on Washington’s coastal beaches.
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Fear and apprehension in Pacific County, pop. 22,000: ‘If you live in Seattle, stay in Seattle.’
The other is Garfield County, in Eastern Washington’s wheat hills, the smallest of the state’s 39 counties ... That led the state Department of Fish and Wildlife to close the famous razor clam-digging ...
Hundreds of #LetUsFish anglers plan to protest on the Columbia River in Richland
The decision to close fishing and shell fishing started with huge flocks of visitors descending on coastal towns to dig up razor clams, said Mike Livingston, the south central Washington regional ...
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for April 9
A number of April razor clam digs have been canceled, although WDFW will assess the ability for razor clamming and other shellfish seasons to resume in May. Larry Phillips, WDFW Coastal Region ...
On the road for March 24: Razor Clam Festival
WHERE: Various locations. CLAMMING LESSONS: There will be free lessons on how to dig for clams each morning of the festival. They will take place on the beach off the Bolstad Beach approach.
Cabin fever weekend: Beaches closed, no fishing, stay away from Mt. Si due to coronavirus outbreak
Si due to coronavirus outbreak Clam digging at Long Beach ... The COVID-19 pandemic has closed public lands across Washington. Cabin fever weekend: Beaches shut, no fishing, stay away from ...
Outdoor crowds test limits of social distancing as leaders weigh ‘very strong’ emergency powers to fight coronavirus
And some governments are taking more targeted measures, like the Pacific County health officer who closed beaches to razor clam digging. Meanwhile, the Washington State Department of Health ...
Seattle Marine Provides Everything Necessary To Take Full Advantage Of The Razor Clam Season
This information is especially vital given the recently-approved six days of razor clam digging. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved a dig on evening low tides a short ...
Protecting a Way of Life:
South from Point Grenville on Washington's Olympic ... the summer to allow razor clams to spawn and grow. During the fall and winter when low tides occur during dark hours, thousands of clam diggers ...
Adventure briefs: Razor clam dig approaches, free day at state parks
The next razor clam dig is scheduled to begin Saturday ... To honor the nation’s veterans, Washington State Parks will offer free admission on Veterans Day. On Friday, people will not need ...
Razor Clam Society befriends coast’s top bivalve
It’s been the year of the razor clam. The Washington Fish and Wildlife Department scheduled 15 days for recreational digs in April alone, and approximately 69 days of digging total from Dec. 31 ...