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Hey Curt-

I picked up a new duck hunting video the other day and heard your voice. smile.gif I was a little surprised.

The video was "Stranglehold" by KnockmDown.

Also noticed a kid by the name of Nick Chiodo in the video. Is he a TRF boy? He's living the life now! smile.gif

I remember playing against some Chiodo's from TRF back when I was in HS in Crookston.

BTW- The video was awesome and I loved how they incorporated your voice/radio broadcasts into the format of the video.

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I got hooked up with Knock M Down Productions thru Nick.

Nick Choido is from TRF and played several sports. Listen

to his latest hateful job, he is the outfitter booker for

Gander Mountain. They have a travel service that can hook

you up anywhere with anyone....Nick is one of the guys that

will help you...Sounds almost as good as my job.

We do a fall hunting show and I would talk to the boys

while they were setting up decoys in the field live on

the radio from Alaska, or north of the tree line in

Manitoba or some other exotic local. They used those

shows to get the stuff in the video.

I am not a waterfowler but I have watched the video

several times.....very well done.

Thanks for asking

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