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Scott M

Hey Curt

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You ever get asked to do voicemail messages? If you make the Sturgeon Excursion I'll have to get you to create a voicemail message for me grin.gifgrin.gif

Just curious, besides Fishing the Wildside and NorthCountry Radio, where are your narrative talents used?

Thanks,

a curious fan.

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I was the voice on some of the early videos on this great

website.

Knock M Down Productions did a video called

"Stranglehold" Chasing the Flight, an amazing waterfowl

hunting video, I did some voice from them, along with

"in the field" interviews live on the air early in the

morning. On the video it would show the guys on the cell

phone with me while they were up in the swamp somewhere

setting up a decoy spread in the dark, it was pretty cool.

I did a demo for Jeremy Smith and Jason Lunds Topwater Pro-

ductions before they hooked up with Lindner Communications.

I produced commercials for Scenic Tackle, Today's Tackle and

for a pickup topper outfit down south some where.

I dont have time to pursue alot of this but it mixes up the

daily routine.

Thanks for asking.

And yes I have done voice messages on occasion. Price, one

beer (get me early)

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da Chise: Biscuits and Gravy at Riverbend and I'll bet Curt will do several voice overs for you LOL. Bill

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