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Jan. 3, 2008

January Clam Digging at Seabrook

Happy New Year! You may wonder what is one of the most talked about activities to do at Seabrook during the winter? Clamming!

According to Dan Ayers, with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), "three ocean beaches are tentatively scheduled to open for razor clam digging later this month."

Seabrook's closest beach, Mocrocks -- which includes Iron Springs, Roosevelt Beach, Pacific Beach and Moclips -- is closed for January to ensure clam surplus for spring digs. But, Copalis Beach -- extending from the Grays Harbor North Jetty to the Copalis River -- will be open for clamming January 19-20 from noon to midnight each day.

For more information on alternative beaches and late-afternoon tides check out: http://wdfw.wa.gov/fish/shelfish/razorclm/season.htm

Come join us for clam digging adventures by day and cozy winter nights bundled by the fire! Hope to see you soon.

By: Ivo Andov    Comments: 0

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