Venue Details

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Kirk's Expedition Sea Foraging Tour
Meeting at Abandoned Lot 248 Princeton Ave Halfmoon Bay, CA 94019
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carbonfiber
Be sure to bring rubber boots to walk into the water, sunglasses and a fleece.
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carbonfiber
Easy parking--no problem.
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Goldstar Member
Make sure you do follow the request and wear rubber boots
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Eli
A towel in the car ain't a bad idea either.
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Goldstar Member
Bring fishing licence
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Janis C.
Bring water to drink
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Reviews & Ratings

43 ratings
4.7 average rating
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Eli
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9 reviews
5 stars
attended Dec 22 2011

At times, Kirk exhibits the enthusiasm and excitement of a 4-year old kid on their first visit to the shore...it was easy to get caught up in the fun, especially with the... continued

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24 reviews
34 stars
attended Jun 07 2012

This was a great way to do something different for my birthday. If not for this tour, I would never have been at the beach at 7AM and it was beautiful. We learned so much... continued

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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Jan 20 2012

Fabulous afternoon with a thoroughly engaging, enthusiastic seafood forager. We learned a great deal, were amazed by Kirk's wealth of knowledge, and came home with the... continued

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Website

http://www.seaforager.com/tours

Quotes & Highlights

Watch Kirk explain how to poke pole a monkeyface eel on YouTube.
Named Best Walking Tour 2011 by SF Weekly

Description

This three-hour intertidal foraging expedition will blow your mind!

These tours are scheduled at the lowest of low tides so you will be sure to see a vast intertidal smorgasbord of shellfish, (clams, limpets, rock crabs, goose barnacles, mussels) fish (monkeyface eels, grass rock fish, cabezon) and sea weeds (bull kelp, rock weed, nori, sea lettuce) and various other creatures! This class is a mix of “how-to” info, regulations, sustainability, ecology, and more.  Though you won’t be able to forage for yourself on this tour, Kirk can give away anything that he catches and gathers — potentially quite a lot of stuff!