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Razor Clam Dig Days - Twin Harbors and Mocrocks will open March 27-29, while Long Beach and Copalis will open March 28-29 only. All digging on those beaches must be completed by noon.


Kids Fishing Derby - At the Lincoln Park Ponds, kids 15 and under, prizes awarded.  Port Angeles  April

Boat Basin Salmon Derby - Dockside fishing for cash and other fine prizes in Westport.  Sept 15 - Oct 30

WDFW - Weekly Fishing Reports 
Olympic Peninsula

Clam Info

Port of Ilwaco - Spectacular fishing on the Columbia River from 500 lb sturgeon to smaller 50 lb salmon!  

Pacific Pines State Park - Great clamming and surf fishing at this day use park a mile north of Ocean Park on the Long Beach Peninsula.

Duck Lake, in Ocean Shores, provides a variety of activities including some of Washington's best fishing with boat launches available.

The rock jetty near Westhaven State Park at Westport is a good spot for catching salmon, rockfish, ling cod, and perch. 

Lake Sylvia is a peaceful mountain lake with non-motorized boats only.  Located between Olympia and Westport, 1 mile north of Montesano, great place for summer camping and bass and trout fishing.

Ocean City State Park is a favorite during razor clam season, a license is required.

Steelhead Fishing on the Sol Duc, Hoh, Queets and Quillayute system, good article filled with tips.

Lake Crescent, in Olympic Park, is open to fishing and boating; boats and canoes can be rented from various vendors in the area.

Enjoy clamming, crabbing, and fishing in Hood Canal at Potlatch State Park, three miles south of Hoodsport.

Lake Cushman State Park, seven miles west of Hoodsport, is a popular spot with anglers for cutthroat, Kokanee, and rainbow trout.














Quinalt Washington Olympic Peninsula beach resort hotels

Quinalt Beach Resort  - Located On the Beach and Nestled Amidst Over 200 Acres of Protected Wetlands, This Brand New Resort and Casino Is Washington's Premier Coastal Destination

Palace Hotel - Beautifully Restored Victorian in Historic Port Townsend, One Block to Ferry Dock and Convenient to Arts and Antique Galleries.

Insider's Guide
Olympic Peninsula

Hiking Olympic Park 
3D Salons
Winds of Westport
Olympic Peninsula Flyfishing
Lake Quinault
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