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Barrett Reservoir tickets go on sale today

Barrett Dam, as pictured on July 25, 1922, the same year it was completed by the City of San Diego. Barrett Dam created Barrett Reservoir.
  • Barrett Dam, as pictured on July 25, 1922, the same year it was completed by the City of San Diego. Barrett Dam created Barrett Reservoir.

Tickets for fishing Lake Barrett (aka Barrett Reservoir) go on sale at Ticketmaster online and by phone today. As reported by SDFish.com, there are many new changes for this year, especially for the float-tubers and kayak anglers. Along with the existing $80 fee for up to 4 anglers, access for 2 cars, and 1 boat rental, anglers will also be able to purchase a separate form of reservation, a "shore/float tube fishing reservation" which will cost $20 per person (plus TicketMaster fees). Those reservations will allow one angler access to fish at Barrett, with one car, but they must fish from shore, tube, or kayak.

Anglers will also be able to purchase one additional guest pass on their reservation to bring along a friend.

April 13 dock totals

Chubasco II Sportfishing sent out 17 anglers aboard 1 boat and reported 1 vermilion rockfish, 1 rockfish and 22 calico bass kept with 42 calico bass Released.

Fisherman's Landing hosted 72 anglers aboard 2 boats for a total catch of 1 sheephead, 9 sculpin, 112 rockfish and 2 lingcod.

43 anglers aboard 2 boats out of H&M Landing returned to the docks with a total catch of 7 sculpin, 14 rockfish, 8 lingcod, 9 calico bass, 15 bonito, 35 yellowtail, 1 sand bass in their gunnysacks.

32 anglers aboard 2 boats out of Point Loma Sportfishing caught 5 sculpin, 25 rockfish, 2 sand bass, 34 yellowtail and 1 bonito.

Seaforth Sportfishing hosted 71 anglers aboard 4 boats and reported 34 vermilion rockfish, 155 rockfish, 4 sheephead and 85 yellowtail for the day's total catch.

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Are we serious? Ticketmaster to go fishing? Anytime Ticketmaster gets involved with small venues, everyone loses, except for Ticketmaster.

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