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10/26/2019 - 6:00pm to 11/01/2019 - 10:30pm
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Grab your rain boots, galoshes, waterproof gear, and meet us on the beach. On the way swing by Buck's Bikes in Seabrook for your license, shovels, clam guns, clam bags, and guided clam digging experiences. It's recommended to head to the beach 1-2 hours before low tide. Don't forget your lantern, and remember, the limit is 15 clams per license, so plenty of fun to be had in the surf!

The beach right below Seabrook is called Mocrocks beach, so all scheduled digs for Mocrocks below are right at Seabrook. Copalis Beach is just south of Seabrook so you can easily head down there for some clamming as well. Twin Harbors is an hour-and-a-half south of Seabrook, located at the south jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor.

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Here are the evening low tides for the scheduled dates:

  • October 26, Saturday, 5:59 pm; 0.0 feet; Copalis, Twin Harbors
  • October 27, Sunday, 6:47 pm; -0.8 feet; Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • October 28, Monday, 7:33 pm; -1.2 feet; Copalis, Twin Harbors
  • October 29, Tuesday, 8:18 pm; -1.4 feet; Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • October 30, Wednesday, 9:03 pm; -1.2 feet; Copalis, Twin Harbors
  • October 31, Thursday, 9:50 pm; -0.8 feet; Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • November 1, Friday, 10:38 pm; -0.2 feet; Copalis, Twin Harbors

Please note, all clam digs are tentatively scheduled and get approved several days before they are slated to begin.

For final approval and additional proposed dig dates, head to the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife's Fishing and Shellfishing webpage.

In the meantime, here's a map of the beaches references above: