If you’re looking for THE fish-centric tour in San Francisco, this is it right here.
Kirk Lombard will be your trusty tour guide on this fishy (in a good way) adventure. Kirk is a champion eel fisher who has been featured in prestigious publications such as the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, the Food Network, and more!
You'll watch as he pulls crabs and eels from the urban waters while entertaining you with fascinating talk about local seafood, sustainability, history of the fisheries, and beyond!
Learn the basics of how to “poke pole” for the flavorful monkeyface eel, how to catch rock crabs, and how to throw a “Hawaiian casting net.” You'll also discover the BEST local mollusks and learn how to ensure you aren’t eating dodgy ones!
Come learn why you should consider catching your own dinner!
Note: You must be at least 9 years years old to participate.
What to expect
- Embark on a fish-centric walking tour in lead by Kirk Lombar, your guide and champion eel fisherman who has been featured in the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, and beyond
- Watch Kirk pull crabs and eels from the urban waters as he shared with you facts about local seafood -- including rules and regulations, history of the fisheries, and more
- Learn the basics of how to catch rock crabs, discover the best local mollusks, and more!
- Experience what was voted the “Best Walking Tour in SF”
About this Activity
|Price||$50.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
About the Teacher
My name is Kirk Lombard and I am many things: writer, teacher, musician…actor, inveterate blogger, raconteur…commercial fisherman, puppet master…tenor, baseball historian, and…champion eel fisherman.
There are no refunds: all sales are final.