The most successful digging occurs between one and two hours before the listed time of low tide.
The following digs during evening (p.m.) low tides will proceed as scheduled:
March 3, Friday, 4:31 PM; 0.6 feet; Mocrocks
March 4, Saturday, 5:09 PM; 0.4 feet; Copalis
March 5, Sunday, 5:42 PM; 0.2 feet; Mocrocks
March 6, Monday, 6:13 PM 0.1 feet; Copalis
March 7, Tuesday, 6:41 PM; 0.3 feet; Mocrocks
March 8, Wednesday, 7:09 PM; 0.5 feet; Copalis
Details on these and future tentative digs planned on March 17-22 during evening (p.m.) low tides and March 23-26 during morning (a.m.) low tides can be found by going to the WDFW razor clam webpage.
The Washington Department of Health labs indicate domoic acid levels at Long Beach and Twin Harbors beaches remain slightly above the health guideline levels and are closed to razor clam digging. WDFW will announce future digging opportunities on those beaches when marine toxin tests show it is safe to do so.
Domoic acid, a natural toxin produced by certain types of marine algae, can be harmful or fatal if consumed in sufficient quantities.
More information about domoic acid, as well as current levels at ocean beaches, can be found on WDFW’s domoic acid webpage.