Wednesday Dec 4
Coastal razor clam digging still off the charts when the weather cooperates
The banner fall coastal razor clam season appears to be holding up just fine, and many are finding their 15-clam daily limits with ease.
The News Tribune
Razor clams: This afternoon marks the start of an eight-day razor clam dig with the lowest tides so far this season.
Long Beach opens Saturday for razor clams
Razor clam digging on Long Beach Peninsula will be open Saturday through Wednesday during some of the lowest tides so far this season.
The News Tribune
South Sound: The staff at the Point Defiance Boathouse Marina reports fishing in the area has been pretty good when it's not windy.
Post holiday feast will be razor clams on coastal beaches
"The digs are a go, and the weekend after Thanksgiving is always a popular one,"said Dan Ayres, the head state Fish and Wildlife coastal shellfish manager.
THE WIND WILL GENERALLY BE LESS THAN 5 MPH OVER CENTRAL AND EASTERN WASHINGTON AS WELL AS NORTHERN IDAHO.
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Coastal razor clam diggers enjoy excellent fall season that will...
With the coastal razor clam digs now underway, here is a look at how this fall season has shaped up.
Approval of next coastal razor clam digs willl likely be announced Tuesday
Word on the next series of coastal razor clam digs should be known by Tuesday, Nov. 12, which are set to begin this coming Friday, Nov. 15. Earlier this past week, Dan Ayres, the head state Fish and Wildlife coastal shellfish manager didn't anticipate any issues with marine toxins for the next upcoming dig series.