David Campiche, owner of the Shelburne Inn, a Washington Historic Hotel, demonstrates how to clean Razor Clams, a Northwest specialty. David grew up on the Long Beach Peninsula and has enjoyed digging, cleaning and eating Razor Clams all his life. He shares with you the sometimes messy but always gratifying job of preparing these delectable clams for your favorite recipe.
- Friday, March 26, (4:29 p.m., +0.1) Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Kalaloch
- Saturday, March 27, (5:19 p.m., -0.1) Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis, Mocrocks, Kalaloch
- Sunday, March 28, (6:04 p.m., 0.0) Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis, Mocrocks
- Monday, March 29, (6:35 A.M., -0.1) Long Beach and Twin Harbors only
- Tuesday, March 30, (7:22 A.M., -0.7) Long Beach and Twin Harbors only
- Wednesday, March 31, (8:07 A.M., -1.0) Long Beach and Twin Harbors only
- Thursday, April 1, (8:52 A.M., -1.0) Long Beach and Twin Harbors only
Please be aware that every beach is not open every day. Having the flexibility to offer variable beach openers allows us to provide more harvest opportunity.
If you are unsure of the name of the razor clam management beach where you plan to harvest razor clams, please take a look at the map we have at the following web link: http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/razorclams/
Note two important items:
A new license will be needed to participate in any harvest after April 1.
· The tides switch from P.M. to A.M. on March 29.