Tide Chart for Whidbey Island in Washington state?

Question by Kayti C: Tide Chart for Whidbey Island in Washington state?
If someone could find AND help me figure out how to read the tide charts for Whidbey Island in Washington state, some cities in Whidbey Island are Clinton or Coupeville. It’s located in the Puget Sound, I can’t find the charts and even if I found them I wouldn’t really understand how to read them. I’m trying to find a REALLY low tide, when the water is really far out so I can go clamming. Ten points.

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Answer by KNAPSACK
Sorry, but I could not find anything for Whidbey Island. This is all that I was able to find on the subject of clam digging in Washington state. Low tides: Friday, plus-0.3 feet at 6:21 p.m.; Saturday, 0.5 at 6:58 p.m.; Sunday, 0.3 at 8:28 a.m.; Monday, 0.0 at 9:12 a.m.; Tuesday, -0.1 at 9:59 a.m.; and March 12, 0.0 at 10:51 a.m. Razor-clam lovers can dig into a couple of coastal beaches starting Friday.Twin Harbors just south of Westport is open Friday through March 12, and Long Beach will be open this weekend.Digging will be allowed Friday-Saturday from noon to midnight, and then will switch to morning tides Sunday-March 12, from 12:01 a.m. until noon. I hope this is of some help.

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One Response to “Tide Chart for Whidbey Island in Washington state?”

  • programmgr1 says:

    knapsack is right on. watch the tide change, they can be treacherous on the west side of widbey island. ~~~*<>{

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