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  • The cliff-side Kalaloch Lodge looks enticing, movie lover or not, as do the packages: $149 for one night, or $199 for two in a log cabin, including a special dessert, Twilight water bottle and other goodies and a map of filming locations or suggestions for beachcombing for sea glass or exploring tidal pools (promo code: Twilight).

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  • The beach at Kalaloch, WA along the Olympic peninsula.

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  • The state record is 4.05 pounds, caught by Chris Maynard at Kalaloch in 1996.

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  • Some of the more popular locations are the Westport and Ilwaco jetties, Cranberry Beach in Grayland, Kalaloch Beach and near the Tokeland jetty.

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  • Kalaloch will remain closed during this series of digs.

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  • The devotees come to Kalaloch Beach 4 from as far as Spokane and Bend, Ore., standing knee deep in saltwater, bracing for the whirling tide.

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  • Kalaloch Beach is 170 miles from Seattle, about a 3.5-hour drive.

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  • Sure, there are calmer spots around Puget Sound, but for a weekend getaway to dip for smelt, no place is more majestic than Kalaloch Beach 4 in Olympic National Park.

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  • Other surf-smelt dipping spots along the coast: Rialto Beach, Ruby Beach and Kalaloch Beach No. 6.

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  • Whole families, including many Asian immigrants, dip for smelts and cook them by the campfire at Kalaloch Beach 4.

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