The Selby Documents Kirk Lombard in a Film for T Magazine

Self-proclaimed San Francisco Bay Area “intertidal harvester” Kirk Lombard is highlighted in the

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Self-proclaimed San Francisco Bay Area “intertidal harvester” Kirk Lombard is highlighted in the latest short film from The Selby. Shot for T Magazine, the film sees the former fisheries observer for the California Department of Fish and Game out on the Bay Area’s jetties catching everything from decidedly prehistoric-looking horse neck clams to the West Coast’s native razor clams and eel-like rock prickleback before taking the “unsung heroes of the fish world” home to his wife Camilla in preparation for a unique and delicious meal. A man of many titles, Lombard currently shows off the saltwater treasures of San Francisco as a part of his renowned Sea Forager Tours.

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