Embarking on a fishing adventure in Cabo San Lucas is undoubtedly exciting. However, to ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip, it’s crucial to be prepared and avoid common mistakes. Here are some things not to do for your upcoming Cabo fishing trip.
Don’t Wear Uncomfortable Clothing
Comfort is key when you’re out on the water. Avoid heavy, restrictive clothing and opt for light, breathable fabrics instead. Don’t forget to pack a hat and sunglasses for protection from the sun, and always consider the weather when dressing for your fishing trip.
Don’t Forget Cream Sunscreen
Sun protection is crucial in sunny Cabo, and while spray sunscreens might seem convenient, they can cause damage to boat surfaces. To avoid this, opt for cream or lotion sunscreens that won’t harm the boat’s finish.
Don’t Bring Glass Beer Bottles
For safety reasons, glass beer bottles are discouraged on fishing boats. The good news is that we’ve got you covered! We provide a selection of beers in cans for your convenience and enjoyment.
Don’t Neglect Sea Sickness Precautions
If you’re prone to sea sickness or worried about it, don’t forget to take anti-nausea medicine ahead of time. It typically takes a while to kick in, so taking it the night before your trip is advisable.
Don’t Hesitate to Ask Questions
Our guides have vast experience and knowledge about all things fishing in Cabo. If you’re unsure about something, don’t be shy to ask. We’re here to make your fishing trip as enjoyable and educational as possible.
Don’t Bring a Banana
In the fishing world, bananas are often seen as a sign of bad luck. While it may just be a superstition, why take the chance? Leave the bananas at home and focus on reeling in the big one!
Don’t Wear Uncomfortable Shoes
Much like clothing, comfortable footwear is essential for a fishing trip. High heels, sandals, or any shoes without proper grip should be avoided. Opt for non-slip shoes or boots that can handle the wet, slippery conditions on a boat.
Avoiding these common pitfalls will help ensure your Cabo fishing trip is comfortable, safe, and enjoyable. Remember, preparation is key to a successful fishing adventure. Happy fishing!