DAWGS BURLINGTON COUNTY IS STILL NORTH JERSEY. YOU KNOW YOUR IN SOUTH JERSEY WHEN YOU CAN SPOT A NUKE PLANT FROM YOUR TREE STAND, THE TROUT STOCKED ARE 8" OR SMALLER, YOU GET WET EVERY TIME YOU HUNT, WHEN YOUR PHONE AND ELECTRIC GO OUT IT'S FOR DAYS NOT HOURS,
Salem County, myself. I'm well traveled in this region and others. I have called it home for 34 years. We are started to see the urban crawl like you boy's up north have. I don't like it myself. Swamphunter, you are right we always get wet. Lacrosse Burly's are like jogging shoes. LAC Nikes if you will.
LOL. Ryan, only a cricker would understand that joke.
Sorry fellows, I've been all over the state and if I had to live north of Camden County, I'd find another job. The only thing I envy about North Jersey is the fishing, more species are available. Oh, and there is this little liquor store/deli off of Speedwell Ave in Morris Plains that has the best pepper shooters...other than that, you can keep it. I cringe every time I see that orange cheese on sandwiches...what's with that anyway? [confused]
WILD WORK YOU ARE RIGHT ABOUT THE URBAN CRAWL ,IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY IT'S ON THE FAST TRACK YOU CANT BLAME A FARMER FOR SELLING OUT AT 25,ooo. TO 35,000. AN ACRE ,MY FAMILY WAS IN THE FARMING BUSINESS SINCE THE 1800 HUNDREDS AND NO FARMER I KNOW MADE CLOSE TO 25,000. IN HIS LIFETIME ON AN ACRE OF GROUND.I HAVE A FEW RELATIVES STILL TRYING TO MAKE A DIME FARMING BUT I THINK THE END IS NEAR. ( I LIKE THE LAC NIKES )
I HAVE A PAIR .I ALSO LIKE THE LACROSSE WHITE BOOTS IN THE SUMMER ( CANTON CRUISERS )
I live in Atlantic county. For me anyting above Toms River is blue belly country. The urban spraw is happening all over Atlantic county. The property values have gone through the roof and the woods are evaporating at a rapid pace. At the current rate of property value increase I figure my 14 acres will be worth millions in the next 20 years.
I'm in Gloucester Co. Been here since '73' when the folks moved from New England. I hunt & fish mostely in Gloucester & Camden Counties, although I do enjoy a trip up to the northern part of the state to fish & camp.