My brother in law, myself & 2 grandkids headed to Hoods Canal to get some fresh oysters & clams. We decided that Wolfe state park would be our destination. Glad we picked it since we wern't disappointed. We got limits of both species & the weather was great. It seems that the older I get, the harder those darn oysters are to shuck. The grandkids were gathering them faster than the 2 of us could shell them. The clam digging started out as a real disappointment. 2 fishery personnel told us to head north on the beach since that was where they do the most planting. We tried there & worked our tails off for a few steamers. I took the 2 kids & headed south of the entrance & we struck gold. Nice big fryer butter clams & 2 or 3 to every shovel. The kids were in heaven & so was grandpa! We ended up with 3 limits of butter clams, one of steamers, and 4 of oysters. The fisheries agent was checking everyone coming back to the parking lot & took no time at all in nabbing a violater. Great to see them checking limits & licenses. For the big clams head south near a large rock on the beach. For steamers & oysters head north.