Kirk's Classic SF Inner City Coastal Foraging Tour
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The last date listed for Kirk's Classic SF Inner City Coastal Foraging Tour was Sunday January 26, 2014 / 1:00pm.
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Kirk knows his stuff: he caught dungeness crabs (and threw them back), showed us mussel beds, told us the laws, and generally made this an entertaining experience. I'm not sure I will ever actually try any of these activities, but he certainly made me want to. I recommend the event.
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Kirk is an amazing font of information on all things coastal. It was fascinating learning about the various (edible!) creatures that live right along our shoreline. Not sure how many of the techniques I'll put into practice myself, but I might...continued
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“Best Walking Tour – 2011” —SF Weekly
Check out the "about">cover story":http://www.sfweekly.com/2011-04-20/news/kurt-lombard-coastal-foraging-sustainable-seafood-night-smelt-urban-fishing-peter-jamison/ on Kirk Lombard in SF Weekly.
Get fishy with former Department of Fish and Game fisheries observer, raconteur, tubist, monkeyface eel record holder, commercial fisherman, blogger and street performer Kirk Lombard on an inter-tidal, low tide fishing trip along San Francisco’s bayfront shoreline. Learn the basics of how to “poke pole” for the flavorful monkeyface eel, how to catch rock crabs and throw a “Hawaiian casting net.” Discover the best local mussel beds, and how to be sure you aren’t eating risky ones! Also: where to find stands of edible sea weeds, the advantages of eating local forage fishes and what’s in season when. Really, anything you want to discuss about local marine resources is on the table!
This tour is for those ages 9 and older, and typically runs between 2 and 2.5 hours. No dogs are allowed. The tour will take place rain or shine. Dressing in layers and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.