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USA: Inland Dives - The Inland Dives region of the website includes dive sites and galleries in the lakes, rivers, reservoirs, etc. within the United States.
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Dead Man's Wall
Marine Park, Tacoma, WA
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Advanced, Technical
Entry: Moderate Shore Entry
Attractions: Wall, Eel Grass Beds

Dead Manís Wall is an exciting deep wall dive located directly in front of the Lobster Shop on Ruston Way in Tacoma and offers a challenging alternative to Les Davies just down the road. The wall is only a few hundred feet off shore starting in 80-100fsw and drops to 140 or more. It holds a reputation for low visibility due to the nearby river but it is not as current sensitive as other wall dives in the South Sound and it is DEEP!

Enter the water on either side of the Lobster Shop and line up with the northern corner, drop to the bottom and swim directly out from shore. The bottom drops off very steeply and youíll come across the wall at about 80-90ft from this point. It is intimidating to look over the edge at the abyss below the wall but once you begin to explore youíll find many holes and small crevices where critters are lurking. Beware, the depths are extraordinary here so make sure you have the air, training and experience to handle these depths. Have fun and leave reviews of what you find here!

FYI - There is also a nice trail for rollerblading or walking and some nice park benches for picnics.

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