Fresh fish, warm sunshine and crystal blue water are the calling cards for Baja California, Mexico.

Last summer, SUP Magazine took standup paddlers to answer that call in the remote area of Bahia de Los Angeles.

A 12-hour drive south of San Diego, the bay is home to calm waters perfect for standup paddling.

The SUPers used their boards to go spearfishing, which proved to be bountiful.

While the heat was intense and the winds were strong, the divers and SUPers still feasted on fresh fish every night.

Standup Paddle Baja

Remote Baja California, Mexico, was an amazing backdrop for a spearfishing trip.

The spearfishing was great, but even more exciting was all the wildlife the crew got to dive with, including turtles, dolphins and whale sharks, which one of the divers said had been on his bucket list for a long time.

The paddleboards served as both transportation and a base, allowing the divers to spend more time out in the water.

Not to mention they got a great workout in the process.

Head over to SUP Magazine for more.

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