Beginning April 29, Dakota Edge Outdoors is teaming up with experienced catfishing guide Brad Durick to share the exciting catfishing opportunities available to anglers on the Red River in northeastern North Dakota. As a licensed catfish guide and promoter and supporter of the incredible fishing resource that is the northern Red River, Durick’s insight will help anglers explore this unique opportunity and share ways to catch catfish on flows throughout the state.
“Brad’s incredible experience and ability to put bruiser catfish in the boat will help our readers expand their fishing horizons and find more success for these unique fish, not only on the Red but on rivers throughout the upper Midwest,” said DEO Managing Member Nick Simonson, adding “we look forward to his regular seasonal contributions, along with tips and tactics for finding the biggest catfish that North Dakota has to offer.”
Based out of Grand Forks, Durick spends thousands of hours on the water each year both personally and professionally in pursuit of monster channel catfish. Having served as a Red River guide for more than 13 years, Durick is well known in the area as a conservation-minded captain, catering to hundreds of clients each season.
“I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experiences on the Red River with audiences across the state and bringing awareness to this incredible resource,” Durick stated, “it is my hope these stories and tips will help others appreciate catfish more, wherever they are found in North Dakota and beyond,” he concluded.
Durick’s writings will be published each Thursday on dakotaedge.com, and in the periodicals and online publications of DEO-network newspapers, radio stations and other media outlets.
Featured Photo: DEO Contributing Writer and licensed ND fishing guide Brad Durick shows off a healthy channel catfish from the upper stretches of North Dakota’s Red River. DEO Photo by Brad Durick.