Hooping/Fishing/Chumming with the wife at The Wall

Discussion in 'Southern California Inshore & Islands Fish Reports' started by tmines, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. tmines

    tmines Dead Engine :(

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    Weather was nice, very little wind and the wife decided to go with me on a quick little lobster adventure, very odd, but wayyy cool. And boy was it quick. Lasted about 5 minutes, she got sick. This was her first time on a small boat and thought that because it's night time, then maybe it might not be so bad. The run out was smooth, with no problems. However, as soon as we stopped, she started to chum and wanted to get going immediately. As long as the boat was running at a steady pace there was no problem, but sitting still it wasn't happening. I love that she gave it a shot, she just wanted to try and do something that I love so dearly.

    Anyways, the target was inside The Wall not too far from the bait barge. Water temp was 63 degrees and calm and this is what the fish finder looked like. Maybe next time..

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  2. mischief1

    mischief1 Member

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    Try the Relief Band works for my wife. The thing even works works morning sickness.
     
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  3. sdjfish

    sdjfish Deck Ape

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    night time is not good for those who suffer from mal di mare. start during the day next time to acclimate.
     
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  4. Tunaslam

    Tunaslam I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Bummer!
     
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  5. embo

    embo I've been recommended for a recommendation...

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    Take any pictures? You know to show the grandkids.
     
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  6. Croaker.Stroker

    Croaker.Stroker Old White Guy

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    Old tried and true seasick remedy....Dramamine. Works. Read the directions.

    Boating is so much more enjoyable if you’re not sick.

    Hope she gives it another try.
     
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  7. harddrive

    harddrive Wish I Was Fishing!

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    It's usually the side to side motion once you stop that gets people.
     
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  8. fieldman

    fieldman lets get some!

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    try the patch. definitely should have set the traps, and bait fished the area.
    too bad about the wife. blnt. Skirtchaser, over and out.
     
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  9. tmines

    tmines Dead Engine :(

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    No way, my boat doesn't have a cabin to sleep in with a king sized bed
     
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  10. tmines

    tmines Dead Engine :(

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    Thanks for the info. I just looked it up and will be ordering today from Amazon!!
    She definitely wants to give it another go.
     
  11. the SLIDER

    the SLIDER https://multimediabylj.com

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    Is that ur wife's barf on the sonar?
     
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  12. tuner

    tuner pysgotwyr

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    It is great that your wife is willing to give it another try. I never let anyone get miserable on my boat. Choosing to get off the water was a good choice.

    My wife and son fish with me and, if the conditions are poor, we use generic Meclizine from the Costco pharmacy. It is a bargain compared to Bonine ( same medicine) in the small packs. Ask the pharmacist, it is behind the counter.

    I hope the next trip is successful.
     
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  13. kenai

    kenai Newbie

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    Bonine works every time.
     
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  14. tmines

    tmines Dead Engine :(

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    That's what's calling all the fish, chumming expert
     
  15. tmines

    tmines Dead Engine :(

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    Thanks for the info, I'll pass it on to her. I fortunately don't get seasick, but have seen folks on sport boats that look like death would be better. So I never keep anyone out that's feeling anyways uneasy. Thanks again!!
     
  16. fishkilr

    fishkilr on the water

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    If you stayed out there gonzo might call it spousal abuse ..
     
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  17. tmines

    tmines Dead Engine :(

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    Lol, probably so, but I would have been the one suffering the abuse!!
     
  18. MRC70

    MRC70 Well-Known "Member"

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  19. Tuna Vic

    Tuna Vic I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Wow,nothing worse,my wife also enjoyed the boat on the move,tied to the dock,or cruising the canals in Naples LB,she’s a trooper to give it another shot,a lot of good suggestions here,hope one works!
     
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  20. Reel hip

    Reel hip Meet my "Well known Member"

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    One good way to take her mind off being sick is when she is bending over the side throwing up get her from behind.

    She will either enjoy it or be mad but either way you got hooked up. Lol

    Works everytime on my wife.
     

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