Who is ready for some Clams?

Washington biologist expects good clam season


ABERDEEN, Wash. — The razor clam season is just weeks away and the Department of Fish and Wildlife says it should be a good one.

Shellfish biologist Dan Ayres said at two meetings this week in Grays Harbor County that numbers are up at Twin Harbors and Long Beach. If you’re looking for the bigger clams, Ayres says Copalis and Mocrocks will be the beaches to dig.

For the first time in three seasons Ayres says the northernmost beach on the coast, Kalaloch (KLAY’-lock), also will be open for digging.

KXRO reports the season could start on the third weekend in October and it may include a New Year’s Eve dig.

Information from: KXRO-AM, http://www.kxro.com

Post from: funbeach.com

Washington biologist expects good clam season

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