Washington’s Razor Clam Digs for October and November!
Razor Clam season is kicking off in October, and these succulent little bivalves draw tens of thousands to Washington’s Pacific beaches every weekend there is an opener.
We get a long weekend in September 2019 and six consecutive days of digging in October. As always, the state tests biotoxin levels prior to the dig and cautions that they may not allow digging if they don’t like what they see in their testing. So always check the WDFW Razor Clam Page before driving to the coast.
Washington September 2019 Razor Clam Days
|September 27||Friday||5:52am||-0.9′||Long Beach Only|
|September 28||Saturday||6:36am||-0.8||Long Beach Only|
|September 29||Sunday||7:19am||-0.6||Long Beach Only|
Washington October 2019 Razor Clam Days
|October 26||Saturday||5:59pm||0.0′||Long Beach||Twin Harbors||Copalis|
|October 27||Sunday||6:47pm||-0.8′||Long Beach||Twin Harbors||Mocrocks|
|October 28||Monday||7:33pm||-1.2′||Long Beach||Twin Harbors||Copalis|
|October 29||Tuesday||8:18pm||-1.4′||Long Beach||Twin Harbors||Mocrocks|
|October 30||Wednesday||9:03pm||-1.2′||Long Beach||Twin Harbors||Copalis|
|October 31||Thursday||9:50pm||-0.8′||Long Beach||Twin Harbors||Mocrocks|