Strule

Strule

Net Count

1970

Date Counted: 31st December 2019

The Strule forms at the confluence of the Drumragh and Camowen rivers in the centre of Omagh. It is a big river (20 meters plus in width) and runs northwards for almost 20 kilometres (12 miles). The Strule is bounded by rich pasture and occasional cereal crops. Along its length it is joined by the Fairy Water and the Owenkillew before meeting the Derg below Newtownstewart to form the River Mourne.


Below is the net up count for Omagh Counter on the River Strule from 2015 to 2019

Year Net Up Count
2015 1661
2016 2705
2017 1507
2018 990
2019 1970

 

Location of Counter

Site Details - Partial Count

1 Width of River 17.5m
3 Breadth of Channels/Arrays: 57cm
3 Electrode Total Length: 471cm
4 Width Not Covered by Array 16.93m
5 Operational Start Date Sep 2007
6 First Data Set Sep 2007

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