We used to clam right at head bech on the oppisite side of the road from the beach. Also a couple spots during low tide along the way to the island. Have fun been going there my entire life and LOVE it!
Clam digging was dirty but fun. We had no clue what we were doing and ended up with a bushel in 4 hours. The out going tide worked great. After we were done we went to the beach (5o yards) and jump in to cool off. Made it home by 6pm and started steaming clams and melting butter, the beer was already cold. I ate till I could not push them anymore. Left the others on the ice. This morning the boiling and cleaning lasted for 3 more hours. Fried clams at noon and steamers again tommorrow. Gonna have to make this a yearly thing. Have fun if you go. Roland
Forry it's a twenty dollar 1 day permit. You are allowed 1/2 a bushel a piece, which equals somewhere around 4.6 gallons. We also ended up using a pitch-fork more than the tool we rented. Were still eating clams, today's were fried. Not sick of them yet.