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Seasickness in Mexico

 

We know that YOU never get seasick, but we understand you may have a "friend" that does. While the waters around Cabo San Lucas are usually very calm, moderate swells do roll in from time to time. Some people claim that seasickness is "all in your head". Well for anyone that's been doubled over the rail of the boat that's about the last thing you want to hear. We've had first-time ten-year-old anglers spend a day in 8 foot swells without a problem and Navy Veterans that fed the fish the whole trip while the water was as flat as a lake.

 

Here are a few tips to help ensure a comfortable adventure:

 

1) While quality charters provide breakfast for you on the boat, some experts say having a bagel or some toast in your stomach before you get on board can help. Try the San Francisco Coffee Company next to the RedRum Sportfishing office.

 

2) Dramamine is a great motion sickness drug you can take the night before you go fishing and then again in the morning. If you plan well in advance you can ask your Doctor for a Transderm-Scopolamine patch. The Scop patch is about the size of a penny and is worn behind the ear. We have never seen anyone get sick while wearing "the patch."

 

3) ReliefBands, are small wristbands, that are worn to help fight seasickness as well. Worn a few inches above the wrist, these bands are said to target the Nei-kuan pressure point which some believe can cure even the worst case of seasickness.

 

4) New studies have also shown that ginger root can also help stop that queasiness. Ginger root capsules can be taken the night before a trip or bring along a few ginger snap cookies onto the boat. We want your next trip to be a smooth one.



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