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curt quesnell

NorthCountry Outdoors Radio

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The summer run of NorthCountry Outdoors Radio ends

on Friday. The player at the top of the page will

disappear.

We should return the Monday after Thanksgiving with

the ice fishing show.

I hope you have enjoyed listening to the shows here on

Fishing Minnesota and found them to have some value.

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Curt~

As always, GREAT summer run. I hope not too many people got discouraged with all the tournament coverage you guys had on this summer. I know for a fact that Todd, Kurt, Johnnie, and I really appreicate the exposure!!! Wow I just put my name in the same sentence as Johnnie Candle, now thats cool!

Bucks-n-ducks

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The first thing I click on in the morning is your broadcast.

It's nice to here the differnet reports.

I'll miss it come Monday but look forward to the Ice Fishing Reports.

Great Job Curt.

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Great job Curt. I loved the tourny coverage.

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