Twin Harbors beach will be the only beach open for the last razor clam dig of the season. Digging will be allowed May 5-7 if marine toxin tests show the clams there are safe to eat.
The four other coastal beaches will be closeduntil a new season is announced in fall, said Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager for the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
“Twin Harbors is the only beach with razor clams still available for harvest after the two openings in April,” Ayres said in a news release. “Assuming the marine toxin tests are favorable, this will be …