Fishing stages and fish shacks
Trout River is typical of the picturesque small fishing villages in Newfoundland where the people have made their life from the sea for generations. It was first settled in 1815 by George Crocker and his family. Until 1973 a rough road was the only land access to the community. Typical Newfoundland fishing stages and fish shacks line the harbour and are reflected in the water.
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From Bonne Bay