A short time ago, the state announced the go ahead for what might be the last razor-clam dig of the season.
Morning digs will be allowed on Long Beach and Twin Harbors from Tuesday-May 8. Mocrocks Beach will be open May 7-8.
No digging will be allowed on any of those beaches after noon.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife approved the dig after marine toxin tests showed that the clams on all three beaches are safe to eat.
Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish coordinator, said this may be the season finale because diggers have taken most of the razor …