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The Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife has released additional tentative clam digging dates to its current calendar and regulations.
Note: Now that spring has arrived, anyone digging razor clams beginning April 1 will need a new license.
Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores is one of five harvest areas managed by the WDF&W. That makes Ocean Shores a hub for the sought-after razor clam. The Copalis Beach clamming area runs from the North Jetty to the mouth of the Copalis River, (with one small exception of a clam reserve just south of Ocean City). Razor clams exist primarily on the intertidal coastal beaches from a +3 foot level to a -2 foot tide level.