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Shoal Harbour River is a 19km river flowing from Shoal Harbour Pond and Andrew’s Pond to the mouth of the River which opens to Random Sound in Lower Shoal Harbour in the Town of Clarenville.

In addition to being a great swimming area, the Shoal Harbour River is home to seven species of fish providing great fishing at various times throughout the year. Shoal Harbour River also feeds the new Water Treatment Plant that serves Clarenville’s 5500 residents and over 250 businesses.

Friends of Shoal Harbour River (FOSHR) is a non-profit community-based group of area residents committed to the awareness, protection and enhancement of the Shoal Harbour River. FOSHR was formed in 2008 to help ensure the sustainability of the River and help address problems such as poaching, habitat destruction and other threats to the fish species that inhabit the river system.

Please take some time to browse this site to learn more about the Shoal Harbour River system and FOSHR. Be sure to sign up to receive our e-newsletter with updates on our projects, the River and other related information!

 


New reports Coming Soon




7th Annual Duck Race set for May 24th, 2015
7th annual duck race this May 24th, 2pm at the mouth of the river. Tickets are on sale now for only $5 per duck and only 1,000 ducks available. This annual event is a family favorite and a crowdpleaser. Don't miss your opportunity to help support the activities on our river and also get a great chance to win $1000 cash. Get your tickets by calling 466-7509 or 425-0692 ... read more

President's Update - March 2015
This past year has been a very active one for the friends of Shoal Harbor River. The group has successfully managed with the appreciated help of the town of ClarenVille and the Department of fisheries and oceans the installation and operation of a underwater camera to count and identify species of fish within the shoal harbour river ecosystem. The data retrieved during each spring, summer and fall season will be categorically compiled into a comprehensive yearly document/report. It is hoped that info retrieved will assist the department of fisheries and oceans in their ongoing research regarding non-native trout species impact on native fish species and for effective management of the resource in general. ... read more