"The Jib" is the name of the road off which this site is accessed. It's in the Nanoose area on the East side of Northwest Bay. I heard about it on the Nanaimo Dive Outfitter's forum. I've never heard of it before this and it seems to be a "recently discovered" dive site. I came here after diving at nearby Cottam Point on Sept. 6, 2009. There's a short path between two houses leading to a broken-rock beach almost across from the more-popular Wall Beach dive site. There was a bit of a swim straight out across a slope of small rocks covered with some kind of bottom kelp (smaller and more "delicate" than the bottom kelp we get around Victoria). After a few minutes the bottom started to drop down steeper. It turned into a wall that started at about 50 feet and went down to 90-100 feet deep. Visibility was about 30 feet, but there was a layer of mysid shrimp near the rocks that reduced it in places to much less than that. I swam to the right on the wall. There were several crimson anemones and a few feather stars. I didn't see any boot/cloud/chimney sponges. There were a few fish (small lingcod, copper/quillback rockfish and kelp greenling). I saw a single juvenile yelloweye. This wall didn't have as much fish/invertebrate life as the more popular local sites. I followed the base of the wall and it seemed to be getting deeper, but it was time to turn around so I swam back along the top of the wall. A school of kayakers passed above me as I swam back into the entry-point bay. Despite the interesting wall (which I wasn't expecting), I think most other local sites are better so I probably won't come here again.