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Rick

Curt Quesnell talks Bad Weather Walleye

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Listeb to Curt in the Hot Bite Fishing Segment.<P><A HREF="http://fishingminnesota.com/ubb/Forum43/HTML/002079.html" TARGET=_blank>http://fishingminnesota.com/ubb/Forum43/HTML/002079.html</A><P>Curt Quesnell does the voice over in the video for us. <P>Tell us what you think of his work?<P>I say he's a very good voice talent!!!!<P>Great Job Curt smile.gif

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shadboy

I prefer Big Red of KTRF. Best radio in the northland.

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wallydiver

You've GOT to be kidding me. Everyone knows Curt's the best in the Northland

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CatManLee

Big Red, Ha!! O.K. Whatever. You just keep thinking that...Big Red???<P>------------------<BR>CatMan

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curt quesnell

Big Red is a friend of mine. A 35 year<BR>veteran in the radio biz. With a huge<BR>following, including shadboy. I respect<BR>what Clark (Big Red) has accomplished.<P>Sorry shadboy, you cant ruffle my feathers<BR>for rooting for KTRF (a fine station) or<BR>Big Red. Why not turn your talents to <BR>something positive.<P>------------------<BR>Curt Quesnell<BR>NorthCountry Outdoors Radio

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Rick

Thanks shadboy for pulling this off topic frown.gif<P>Now back to it:<P>What do you think about Curt Quesnell's voice over on the Bad Weather Walleye segment?

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Dr. Bob

Good Job Guys!<P>------------------<BR>The Doctor is in.............Everybody stand back!!!<P>I.B.O.T. # 144<BR>Boundry Waters Chapter

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bturck

Great job guys. Good thing the fish were biting, sure didn't look like an ideal day to be out. Keep em coming. Bill

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boener

Curty is a talented young man!! I thought it sounded great! (did i say young?) he he <P>Nice video!!

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Bruce Mosher

Curt does an excellent job! Perfect voice for the buisness. Great enthusiasm! Bruce Mosher

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