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  • Susan Richardson
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Susan Richardson
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • John A. Chambers
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Susan Richardson
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Alan Schelly
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Alan Schelly
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
    Come one, Come all! The New Jersey State Fair is almost here in Sussex County, August 1st-10th. There is something for everyone from the rides to gyros to 4-H competition to the Crowning of Miss Sussex County or simply walk around and do some people watching. So much to do and see. Check out the discounted times for rides and Senior Day. Come on and join the fun. See you at the fair!
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • John A. Chambers
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Patricia Lopez
    RE/MAX Properties Unlimited Morristown
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • John A. Chambers
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • John A. Chambers
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
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    Sussex County, NJ
    Not so long ago the Trout Season opened in Sussex County, New Jersey. I have been fishing the waters of Sussex County, New Jersey since my escape from the island of Manhattan and the Borough Brooklyn many years ago when my wife and I first moved to lovely Lake Mohawk.
    I have an old friend that I first met at a Grateful Dead concert many years ago who taught me how to fish. I remember my first experience in fishing was at Prospect Park in Brooklyn for fierce sunnies. My friend later became my neighbor and took me on many fishing adventures to secret spots throughout Sussex County. When we first started he had an old aluminum canoe that he had installed Adirondack’s chairs in with a small electric motor.
    Years went by and one day my friend Mick said to me that he had studied and become a Master Fly Fisherman. I was so enthralled because he had taught me how to fly fish previously and we would fly fish on one side of that old canoe and spin cast on the other. I felt like I was his disciple.
    Mick turned around and told me that he had just purchased a new rig for fishing. Well it turned out that that new craft was a River JON Boat with a jet engine. Mick had started a business that specialized in prepping folks for Bone fishing and Deep Sea Fly fishing on the magnificent Delaware River. Mick would help them get their casting out there so they did not waste any time when they got to their expensive fishing vacation times.
    Mick asked me if I would like to go out with him. So, I dropped everything I was doing and the next day we headed out to fly fish the Delaware River in Sussex County. Our drop-in point along Old Mine Road was easy access and we were on our way. We headed north along the river and I was transfixed by the absolute majesty of raw and powerful nature. The 8 and 10 pointed bucks were on the river, along with a large male black bear, while the hawk and the eagle soared above crystal clear waters. The fish were biting and Mick was expanding my fishing technique. I truly could not believe what my eyes were seeing just a scant 47 miles from the center of NYC.
    This feeling of nature abundant seemed to increase as we headed passed the Minisink and Namonick Islands up to where the Small Flatbrook and the Flatbrook enter the Delaware, near the Walpack Bend to enjoy our day of fly fishing. I don't think that I have ever felt more privileged to enjoy the sights and fishing that I experienced that day. I can only say that I thought this must be how the Leni Lenape saw this great river. The "Great Spirit" was there with us that very day. Truly it was something special even though my friend Mick to this day lectures me on my technique, because I really had a big fish on the line that day, but I could not bring it up because the line was too light (or as was my defense to MIck). Mick laughed and said to me "Practice your technique". I have held those words close to my heart in all that I do and hope that someday you have an opportunity to see the Magnificent Delaware in its raw power. It is something "not to be missed" even if you don't catch the big one.
  • Lisa Peluso
    RE/MAX First Choice Realtors II
  • Maureen Donohue-Conway
    RE/MAX House Values 4
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
  • Lisa Peluso
    RE/MAX First Choice Realtors II
  • John A. Chambers
    RE/MAX Platinum Group
    The area areas surrounding near High Point, Stokes Forrest and the borders of Northern Sussex County and New York State is an area that time has forgotten. The land is wild and the forests are abundant with game. Truly the rivers run through this land with spring peeking its eye today the concept of rare solitude is present. My explorations have been a wonderment for me. Vast stretches and tracts of land not occupied by a human soul waiting for discovery. I walked a piece of land with permission that had 175 acres and had been in a family for generations.The land was returning to it roots of natural being and as I walked, the story of this generational family farm which was now replaced with the running of deer, bear, raccoon,bobcat and uncountable acres of our fine feathered friends including a sighting of an American eagle. Nature was taking back the work of this farm that now was in neglect waiting for a new caretaker. The sun was high in the sky and I recognized the true beauty that this earth gives to us. We just need to stop and feel the land. I marvel that just a short distance away is the Modern Rome. As I stand here and breathe the clean air. This land is still the wilds with natural life abundant. Leave that city and that couch and come explore some of the most beautiful areas you will ever see.
  • Amylinn Nemeth
    RE/MAX House Values 4
  • Catherine Johnson-Witte
    RE/MAX Platinum Group

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