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Birch Bay State Park Fishing?

Postby Litlman1 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 6:29 am

I'm taking my family up to Birch Bay State Park this weekend. Wondering if anyone knows if there are any fishing/shellfish opportunities available from the shore up there? Any help is appreciated as I'd love to do some fishing with my kids up there but I've never been there before. Thanks.
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Re: Birch Bay State Park Fishing?

Postby Nelly » Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:07 pm

Birch Bay offers some of the best crabbing in the state and Birch Bay State Park is a 200 acre camping park with over a mile of saltwater shoreline on Birch Bay and I believe even more freshwater shoreline on Terrell Creek.
At low tide you'll dig butter clams, cockles, steamer clams and even horse clams that you can clean and use in a chowder.
Check the tides and check WDFW.WA.Gov for the latest regulations and info!
Good luck! cheers
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