The Tao of motion sickness

Some $100 a day spent rolling on rough seas is no picnic, even if you come home with a couple of barn door-size halibut.

Updated: May 31, 2006, 7:22 PM ET
By James A. Swan, Ph.D. | Author
"In Defense of Hunting"

"Should we take some seasick medicine for tomorrow's trip?" one of my companions asked the charter boat operator the night before we were to spend a day fishing for halibut in Kachemak Bay out of Homer, AK.

"If you spend this much money, it would be a shame to spend your trip puking," the man replied with a wry smile, as he slipped the credit card receipt across the counter with a pen.

A hundred and seventy-five bucks a head to spend a day rocking and rolling on rough seas is no picnic ...

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