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Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

It's a clam digging day at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores.  The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) made the announcement.  But, be sure to double-check the state's web site for updates. All dates are tentative.  Sometimes dig dates are canceled. That can happen with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.  You can learn

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

It's a clam digging day at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores.  The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) made the announcement.  But, be sure to double-check the state's web site for updates. All dates are tentative.  Sometimes dig dates are canceled. That can happen with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.  You can learn

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

It's a clam digging day at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores.  The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) made the announcement.  But, be sure to double-check the state's web site for updates. All dates are tentative.  Sometimes dig dates are canceled. That can happen with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.  You can learn

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

It's a clam digging day at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores.  The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) made the announcement.  But, be sure to double-check the state's web site for updates. All dates are tentative.  Sometimes dig dates are canceled. That can happen with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.  You can learn

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

It's a clam digging day at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores.  The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) made the announcement.  But, be sure to double-check the state's web site for updates. All dates are tentative.  Sometimes dig dates are canceled. That can happen with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.  You can learn

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

It's a clam digging day at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores.  The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) made the announcement.  But, be sure to double-check the state's web site for updates. All dates are tentative.  Sometimes dig dates are canceled. That can happen with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.  You can learn

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

It's a clam digging day at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores.  The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) made the announcement.  But, be sure to double-check the state's web site for updates. All dates are tentative.  Sometimes dig dates are canceled. That can happen with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.  You can learn

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

Clam digging is scheduled at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores, announced by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife. Sometimes digs are canceled with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population. WDFW  typically announces whether a dig will go forward about a week before the opening, said Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager for the department.

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

Clam digging scheduled at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores, provided by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife. (WDFW). Sometimes digs are canceled with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population. WDFW  typically announces whether a dig will go forward about a week before the opening, said Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager for the department.

Copalis Beach Clam Digging

Copalis Beach Ocean Shores

Clam digging scheduled at Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores, provided by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife. (WDFW).  Sometimes digs are canceled with little notice if toxins or other issues arise with the shellfish population.   WDFW  typically announces whether a dig will go forward about a week before the opening, said Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager for the department.