My wife's parents are in town this week and we were going to take them clam digging this next weekend. However, I've had two different people tell me they thought clam digging is for non-residents only - one of them even thought I might need a harvest card to do it myself.
I went through the southcentral regs today and can't find anything that says it is only open to residents. It is for "personal use" fisheries, which it mentions includes shellfish, but I didn't see where those locations were. From what I can tell, anyone with a fishing license can take 60 razor clams per day, including non-residents. This will be in Ninilchik/Clam Gulch area.
Is there something I am missing? I've only been clamming once before and no non-residents were involved.
Thanks in advance.