Clam Scramble 2017

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We are super excited to announce the 3rd annual Ninilchik Clam Scramble 5k Mud Run is scheduled for solstice weekend again in 2017. Come spend an afternoon with us in Ninilchik celebrating in the salty sea, sand with maybe a little sunshine! Saturday, June 24th, we’ll start at Deep Creek Beach Campground for registration (8:45-9:45am) and the race begins at 10:00 am sharp.

New Year 2017

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Hello All, Are you thinking about visiting Ninilchik in the near future? We have a lot to offer for a small town. Just a quick note for some of the upcoming events. Annual Kenai Peninsula Fair Fundraiser.......  March 10, 2017 at Kenai Central…

Cause of Razor Clam Decline still a mystery

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http://homernews.com/homer-news/local-news/2015-03-04/cause-of-razor-clam-decline-remains-mystery   |   Homer News file photo Al and Tanjala Eischens of Wasilla use a clam gun to fill their bucket with clams in Ninilchik…

Clam Scramble River To River Run 2016 *RESULTS*

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Mark, set, go... to the Ninilchik Chamber of Commerce Clam Scramble 2016) and get signed up for this year’s run. We’re looking forward to another great race day full of fun, smiles and SAND!

EASTSIDE COOK INLET BEACHES REMAIN CLOSED TO SPORT AND PERSONAL USE CLAMMING

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 January 01, 2016 EASTSIDE COOK INLET BEACHES REMAIN CLOSED TO SPORT AND PERSONAL USE CLAMMING Due to low razor clam abundances, all eastside Cook Inlet beaches will remain closed to clamming in 2016. The closure prohibits the taking of any clam species from eastside Cook Inlet beaches and will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday, January 1, 2016 and will be in effect for the remainder of the year. The affected area runs from the mouth of the Kenai River to the southernmost tip of the Homer Spit.
Razor Clams | Kenai, Peninsula

Razor Clam Population Prompts shutdown of beaches

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All clam species will be off limits beginning Sunday from the mouth of the Kenai River to Homer to the thousands of diggers who spend time on the beaches with clam shovels and clam guns. Never before has there been a complete shutdown, according to Fish and Game Biologist Carol Kerkvliet.