Discussion in 'Freshwater' started by Linebig, May 14, 2020.
Looks like we might actually have a light at the end of the tunnel.
3 lakes open
7 to go.
Which lakes did they open?
Thanks for all those that wrote and called. It helped I'm sure.
Now I don't have to go to DVL or Skinner, like in the past week,
or even Havasu to fish!
Not that I minded, better than nada.
Yesterday DVL, can't believe how high the water was, had not been there since 2016 (so said the anti-quagga inspection dude, they keep track on their computer).
Skinner was a good lake too, FisherOmen and I got a few last week, that lake looked great too. Just VERY short hours 8to3!
Poway has been open since the 3rd I believe.
Best news we've all had all Spring. Thanks Rob!
Sunrise to sunset
I don't understand the shorter hours in Riverside...what, the virus is only contagious from 3pm to 8am???
its that way at Santee Lakes-9-5 and Poway lake 6-4 and Dixon and Wolford as well.. Murray, Miramar and Otay- sunrise to sunset
Anyone know if concession is open at otay tomorrow ?
Doubt it, bring cash. They were closed at Miramar.
For a Sutherland lover it may well be a train!
That was a nice fish!
There is a serious behind the scenes happening right now with the county supervisors and city council. They working to get some proposals adopted. Most likely paying for parking. Or if you live out of the city you're charged more. As well as raising the cost of launch and permits. Their saying everything s on the table and everything should be considered.
And its about time. For too many years the council ignored everyone and did whatever they wanted. They still do, rhe county had all of us up in their grill so they’re getting it together to see how this can be amazing for decades to come.
Thanks for all your information. Any thoughts on the possibility of Barrett opening? I sent three emails emphasizing how special Barrett is and how San Diego can be proud of this unique fishery but no replies.
If it happens, all lakes will open as normal
That would be amazing! But I would not be quick to thank anyone in City government. I saw no reason to close them in the first place. Talk about lost revenue, and the jobs!
Its not the city, it the county thats helping. Its exactly what we need. I am hopeful
I would love to see it...but I'm trying to think of something amazing that the city council or supervisors have come up with in the last 30 years...can't think of anything!