To Finalize your Registration and secure your spot:

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Payment required to secure spot

Payment options are:

  1. Check (or bill-pay) to Human Nature Hunting School sent to: 4000 95th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
  2. Click here to pay with a credit card via Eventbrite
  3. Venmo (206-849-8799) @BruceMcGlenn (look for the green Human Nature archer logo)

General Information

    Meeting Locations for Shellfish Forage

    Final location will be chosen and shared the week prior, based on water quality updates from the WDFW and DOE.

    Location 1: Dosewallips River BEACH ACCESS, Brinnin, WA.  [google map link]

    Meet at the Beach Access parking area (to the N. Tidal Area Trail), located 200 yards north of the Dosewallips River bridge and 200 yards south of the Brinnon General Store/Gas Station (Look for a blue "HELI-PAD" sign below the brown State Park sign on HW 101). Proceed to south (tree-lined) edge of field by picnic table. A Discover Pass is required to park at this site. You can purchase a Discover Pass online or at the Dosewallips State Park, just south of the river in Brinnon. 

     
     

    Location 2: Duckabush River Access Area  [google map link]

    Park in a gravel lot just south of the Duckabush River bridge on the west side of 101. A WDFW Access Pass is needed to park here (free with purchase of fishing or shellfish license). 

     
     

    Location 3: QUILCENE BAY WDFW TIDELANDS  [Google map link]

    Park in a paved lot about one mile south of Quilcene on Linger Longer Rd.  A WDFW Access Pass is needed to park here (free with purchase of fishing or shellfish license). 

     
     

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    Driving Suggestions

    From Seattle, if traffic on I-5 is not bad, it is usually faster and simpler to drive south through Olympia and north on 101, or south through Tacoma and north on 16 and 3 to Hood Canal bridge and then south to Quilcene and Brinnon (but there can be backups at the Hood Canal Bridge on busy weekends). If the ferry lines aren't bad, ferries to Bainbridge Is. or Kingston are good routes, although there can be delays on summer weekends with high volume and waits. I usually drive around the south end on my way out and take the ferry on my return home (that also avoids toll payments at the Tacoma Narrows Bridge (Eastbound travel is free) and passenger fares on the ferry).