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Digging For Dinner
April 23 @ 11:30 am - 4:00 pm
THIS PUBLIC EVENT IS FULL – Join the Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee and WA State Department of Fish and Wildlife at 1130am-4pm on Sunday, April 23rd at the Quilcene Bay WDFW Tidelands! Bring the family and learn about the different types of clams, where to find them, how to harvest safely and sustainably, and the basic rules and regulations to follow to help ensure clam and oyster harvests into the future. We’ll first meet in the parking area for a short presentation from WDFW shellfish biologists, then dig for your dinner on the beach with their guidance!
Directions, parking, and other details will be sent to all registrants. You will need a current WDFW shellfish license, bucket, mud boots and digging tools for the event. WDFW Shellfish Licenses can be purchased online at https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov or at one of the following retail outlets: Port Ludlow Marina, Olympic Equipment Rentals in Port Hadlock, Brinnon General Store, or Quimper Mercantile, Henery Hardware, or The Fishin’ Hole/Fuel Dock at Boat Haven in Port Townsend. Children 14 and under do not need a license.
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