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Have your own kayak? Want to use your own rods? Want us to come to your home waters? We can accommodate pretty much anything you can imagine, so please, let us know what you need!

Rockfish are delicious, varied, and plentiful along our coast. Lucky anglers can also be blessed with Cabezon and Lingcod. We launch out of Half Moon Bay, California next to the HMB Kayak Rental at 7am. You will need an CA Department of Fish & Wildlife Fishing License, wetsuit or drysuit, and that’s it! We will provide the rest.

Time: 6 hours

Location: Half Moon Bay, CA
(Meet at HMB Kayak Rental Area)

Parking: Free

Kayaking for Dungeness Crabs is extremely popular here in San Francisco, California! We provide everything you need to get out on the water and catch your own crabs! Our trips are specifically designed to catch Dungeness and Red Rock crabs. So come join us! We launch out of Half Moon Bay, California next to the HMB Kayak Rental at 7am. You will need an CA Department of Fish & Wildlife Fishing License, wetsuit or drysuit, and that’s it! We will provide the rest.

Time: 6 hours

Location: Half Moon Bay, CA
(Meet at HMB Kayak Rental Area)

Parking: Free

What’s better than rockfish tacos? Rockfish tacos and crabcakes! Come join us for the ultimate in surf and surf fishing! We launch out of Half Moon Bay, California next to the HMB Kayak Rental at 7am. You will need an CA Department of Fish & Wildlife Fishing License, wetsuit or drysuit, and that’s it! We will provide the rest.

Time: 6 hours

Location: Half Moon Bay, CA
(Meet at HMB Kayak Rental Area)

Parking: Free

King salmon are some of the most exciting and rewarding fish to catch. Though catches aren’t always guaranteed, it’s always a good hunt, and extremely thrilling if you hook up. We usually launch out of Half Moon Bay, California next to the HMB Kayak Rental at 7am. You will need an CA Department of Fish & Wildlife Fishing License, wetsuit or drysuit, and that’s it! We will provide the rest.

Time: 6 hours

Location: (Bite dependent) Half Moon Bay, CA
(Meet at HMB Kayak Rental Area)

Parking: Free

California Halibut are available year round here in the Bay Area, but the prime season starts in late April. Almost the entire bay can become a productive spawning ground for Halibut and is prime place to go fishing. Depending on your location we can coordinate the best location for you. At times, shaker to keeper ratios can be 5-1 or more. But in some years the bay can be stacked with quality keeper fish. Traditionally here in the Bay Area we use a bottom bouncing rig which can be difficult to use but deadly effective. We will teach you everything you need to know to catch Halibut so you can catch more fish!

Striped Bass season follows right behind, beginning in earnest in May, and we generally fish for them the same way. Occasionally we get on a good artificial lure bite, which can be amazing!

Time: 6 hours

Location: Oyster Point Harbor (Meet at bathrooms near boat launch)

Parking: Free

In this trip, we go over how to catch stocked Rainbow Trout from your local lake during the winter time. Rainbow Trout is a great fish for beginners that are looking to get into kayak fishing! It’s a fun fish to catch that tastes great in the frying pan. Fishing for trout during the winter time is one of my favorite things to do during the off season. These trout that are stocked by Mt. Lassen Hatchery can range anywhere from 1-10lbs and have orange meat!

Time: 6 hours

Location: Shadow Cliffs Lake (Meet at parking lot near boat launch)

Parking: $6 Day Pass +  $5 EBRPD fishing permit (pay both at kiosk)

We’re partnered with one of the top guides in northern California to offer a unique experience WADING (not kayaking) the rivers to fish for the steelhead trout (ocean run rainbows) that frequent our rivers. These aren’t little planted fish, they’re powerful and feisty, and will cause your drag to really scream! Wild fish must be released, but hatchery fish may be kept. (Steelhead report card must be in possession.)

Time: 6 hours

Location: TBD

This course is for beginners and is a basic safety class for kayak fishing. This may not be the most exciting class ever, but might be the most important. If you are looking to jump on a kayak and chase big fish, you must always know the dangers that come along with it. Never underestimate the power of the ocean. Cold waters here in San Francisco give the possibility of hypothermia which can make you sluggish and make bad decisions. We will go over safety tips and gear, flipping your kayak, deep water kayak reentry, and how to use your radio.

Time: 1 hour

Location: Marlin Park Beach (Meet here