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USA: California Coast - The California Coast offers SCUBA divers cold to moderate temperatures which sustain a spectacular variety of sea life. This diving region includes dive sites and galleries in Monterey, Catalina, the Channel Islands and the California Coast.
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Eagle Wall
Lilliwaup, Washington
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Wall, Boulder Pile / Shelves

Eagle Wall is an exciting wall dive with very minimal depths and lots of life. The large rock bluffs visible above shore continue the same structure beneath the water cascading down to 70'+ in sheer drops, rolling rock ledges and large crevices. Makes a great follow-up dive to Flagpole or for divers who are still becoming comfortable with diving on walls without having to worry about depth. Experienced divers will enjoy the geography at this site too.

There are some small ledges about 10' deep in the cove to the south (a great anchorage spot) that lead to the point of the rocky protrusion that marks the beginning of the wall. The dive site consists of the whole area north toward the tallest portion of the bluff. Large schools of black rockfish can be seen in the deeper portions of the wall and lots of invertebrates, sculpin, greenling, gobies and perch will be seen on the upper portions of the wall.

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