Saturday, 8:30 AM, April 11, 2020.  Please note: activities and times subject to change as the event date approaches.  Be sure to follow our Facebook page for updates!

Low tide is at 11:05 AM (-1.1), with the best digging typically occuring 1-2 hours prior to low tide.

Learn how to dig razor clams like a local!  Clambassadors will be on the beach near the Bolstad (Long Beach) and Ocean Park Beach Approaches on Saturday morning showing eager diggers how to pull razor clams from the sand. Be sure to bring a shovel or clam gun, a clamming license and a bucket or net for your razor clams.

You MUST pre-register and provide YOUR OWN:

  • clamming license
  • shovel or clam gun for digging
  • bucket or net to keep your clams separate from others’ limits.

Please dress for the conditions: coats or jackets, hats, rubber boots, rain gear, etc. (see our vendor page for reference).

Registration is required to participate.  Please fill out and submit the form below to reserve your spot in the clam digging lesson.  Check in time is 8:15 AM and the class begins at 8:30 AM. 

Please enter the name of the person registering for yourself or your group.
The email for the person listed as the contact above.
Please enter the cell phone number for your group's representative in case we need to contact you.
Indicate the number of people in your group planning to attend the lesson.
Please select the location you'd prefer for your digging lesson.

You can also watch our video, How to Dig and Clean Razor Clamsand take advantage of one of our other video series on how to catch and clean these wily sea creatures!