The best digging begins about 1 to 2 hours below low tide. No digging is allowed before noon. Each digger is allowed 15 clams per day. The first 15 clams dug must be kept. Throwing back any unwanted clams is prohibited. Each digger is required to keep his clams in a separate container. Diggers age 15 and older are required to have a license. Three day clam licenses are available at many locations on the peninsula or from WDFW’s website at https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov.
After several toxin tests the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has approved the following schedule. Dates and evening tides:
More possible clam digging seasons are possible later after further testing and review of harvest levels by the game department.