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Mummy Rocks  |  USA: Pacific Northwest

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San Jaun Islands
Lopez Island, WA

Type: Saltwater
Difficulty:
Advanced


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Photo Gallery:

Male Kelp Greenling
Puget Sound King Crab



Features

Large Rock Formation / Pinnacle, Boulder Pile / Shelves, Kelp Forest

Description

Rocks and shelves go down as far as you want to go. In the shallows there is a bed of bull kelp with lots of life. Tons of greenling and the occasional Lingcod are to be found here. Puget Sound King Crab have been seen along the rocks as well. In general, tons of life to be seen.

Special Restrictions:

High current area - dive only on slack water. Mummy Rocks is a wildlife refuge. Divers must stay 200 yards off shore and steer clear of seals.

How to get there:

Site is boat access only. Launching from Anacortes: in good conditions, swing south of Lopez Island until past Iceberg Point - The rocks are off Lopez and north of Long Island.


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