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Canada: West Coast - The Canada West Coast region of the website includes dive sites and galleries in Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Sydney, Victoria, Nanaimo and other popular Canadian west coast dive destinations. These cold waters offer an abundance of life and diving experiences including spectacular reefs, magnificent walls and exciting wrecks.
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Pulali Point - East Wall
Brinnon, Washington
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Intermediate, Advanced, Technical
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Wall, Boulder Pile / Shelves

Pulali Point East Wall is among the most popular boat dive sites in Hood Canal due to the dynamically cascading reef structures that truly warrant multiple dives. The large sheer bluff above the water marks the extent of this reef, being a few hundred yards long. There are multiple fingers of rugged rocky structure that begin to appear about 40' deep, in some areas measuring as much as 50 yards wide, and extend outward in walls, crevices, and ledges to depths over 150' depending on the particular section. The rocky underwater bluffs are separated by areas of silty sand so find one of them and explore, saving the others for another dive.

In the water, descend the slope to a depth of about 60' - 70'. If you have not encountered any rocky structure at this point then turn one way or another and swim until you encounter one of the jagged fingers of the reef.

In the deep regions of this site you can expect to see large schools of blacks rockfish and multiple other rockfish species, lingcod and greenling. Keep an eye out for octopus hiding in their dens within the crevices of the reef. Although often overlooked at this site, the shallower water is colorfully arrayed with varieties of kelp, sponges, tunicates, nudibranchs and crab. Small fish dart among rocks providing entertainment during safety stops.

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