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CaptainBrad
 October 12 2017 09:57AM (Read 775 times)  
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I am thinking it is time to bring my Catfish University back to Iowa in 2018.

For those of you who don't know what my Catfish University is, it is a full day seminar that starts at the beginning of catfishing of basics how to rig and where to look. The 2nd half we get into the deep stuff of what makes catfish tick, why they do what they do and how to be even more effective at catching them. New last year is utilizing advanced electronics into your catfishing (side imaging and custom mapping) new for 2018 will be an emphasis on efficiency when catfishing. In other words being faster, smoother and smarter to put more fish in the boat.

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What city or cities?


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 October 12 2017 04:11PM  
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NE part of the state would be sweet


 
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 October 12 2017 09:24PM  
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Brad I would like to see one in the Sioux City area. Area where you can fish channel, flathead and blue in same water.


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 October 13 2017 11:17AM  
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In Des Moines. I learned a lot the last time I attended and would sign up again if close enough.


 
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 October 25 2017 05:28PM  
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Des Moines is the plan as of now. Looking like March 17/18. This time I am planning to set up and promote a truly all inclusive deal. This would include speakers that are experts in areas where I am not. So with that I am looking for some topics that are important to people.


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 October 29 2017 03:03PM  
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 October 30 2017 09:05AM  
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Des Moines would be a great location because it is centrally located in the state, I live about an hour from Des Moines and would attend if able to. Sounds like fun!


 
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 November 14 2017 08:59AM  
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The 2018 Catfish University is final. It will be March 17th at the Adventureland Inn in Altoona (Des Moinses) This will be a full 8 hours of catfishing. Understand cats, catch cats and learn a few new things about catfishing that you did not know.

TOPICS:

What Makes a Catfish Tick (Capt Brad)
Advanced Channel Cats (Capt Brad)
Catching Flatheads
Ice Fishing Cats
Drifting and Trolling catfish
Kayak Cats
Advanced Electronics and efficiency (Capt Brad)

We will also have a catfish round table and a Q&A room to visit with speakers. There will also be an optional fun get together after the event. (details yet to come)

We will have the web site up and open for registrations very soon. Stay tuned


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 December 01 2017 09:55AM  
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More information

We have our speakers set. Capt. Brad Durick, Ted Ellenbecker, David Wyner, Spencer Bauer, Troy Hansen. These guys are the best in their areas of expertise making this a don't miss day of catfish learning.


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 December 01 2017 11:58AM  
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cost? how do you register?


 
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 December 01 2017 12:26PM  
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cost? how do you register?



Seminar day is slated to be 9 hours of catfish learning. Will be at the Advantureland Inn in Altoona.

Cost is $65

There will be an early bird price to be announced soon. I will post when we open up registrations as the web site is being built.


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 December 11 2017 02:05PM  
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PRESS RELEASE

December 11, 2017

Catfish University returns to Iowa

Nationally known catfish guide, author and educator Brad Durick is bringing his Catfish University back to Iowa March 17th 2018. It will be located at the Adventureland Inn, 3200 Adventureland Drive, Altoona, Iowa. Check in will begin at 8am with the first seminar starting at 9.

This 8 hour event will be very different than previous Universities as it will be an entire day-long event covering topics such as advanced catfishing, catching channel cats in lakes and rivers, flatheads, ice fishing catfish, catfishing from a kayak, using advanced electronics in your catfishing and the day will end with a round table of all five speakers.

Presenters for Catfish University are:
Captain Brad Durick- Catfish Guide on the Red River
Ted Ellenbecker- Renowned flathead and structure expert
David Wyner- Iowa Catfish Guide specializing in Drifting and Trolling catfish
Spencer Bauer- Flathead and kayak catfishing expert
Troy Hansen- Catfish ice fishing specialist

The cost for this catfishing event is $65 per person. $50 per person if registered before February 1, 2018.

For more information and to register www.catfishuniversity.com

More information on Catfish University

Catfish University was started in 2010 by Brad Durick. The university has been conducted in North Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, and Montana. Generally, it is an all-inclusive seminar to help anglers better understand catfish, how conditions affect them and how to put more and bigger fish into the boat. Catfish University has also teamed up with Scheels stores. It partners with local experts to make a more all-inclusive learning environment.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Brad Durick
701-739-5808
braddurick@gmail.com


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