In exploration and development work in Deep Water Gulf of Mexico, there has been an increasing demand to incorporate anisotropy in prestack depth imaging workflows. Incorporating anisotropy improves image quality and well/seismic miss-ties. While most pre-stack depth imaging involves VTI anisotropy, transverse isotropy with tilted symmetry axis (TTI) is generally overlooked. Shale layering near steeply-dipping salt flanks can cause TTI anisotropy issues. In such a case, ignoring the tilted symmetry of salt flank bedding causes image blurring and mis-positioning of the salt flank structure. Velocity variation with azimuth is observed in an orthogonal dual-azimuth streamer dataset, as well as wide-azimuth data in Deep Water Gulf of Mexico. The paper presents a study to build a single TTI anisotropy model for prestack depth imaging of dual-azimuth data in Deep Water Gulf of Mexico, to yield an anisotropy model that flattens gathers for all azimuths as well as improves focusing and spatial positioning of steeply-dipping salt flanks.