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Mexico’s Baja California has attracted anglers from around the world for many decades. Famed fishing spots like Cabo San Lucas and Magdalena Bay provide some of the best bluewater action found anywhere.

Then there’s the Sea of Cortés, also known as the Gulf of California at times. This 700-mile-long body of water lies to the east of the Baja peninsula, and the East Cape region of Baja California Sur has lured anglers to rustic, beachfront fishing lodges since the 1950s. Learn more about this hidden treasure when you download "Discover the Beauty of Baja."

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