Fish more. Waste less.
Save fuel and go straight to the fish. With Catchwise's database based on 20 years of catch data and weather conditions, we've already marked the best spots.
See where others are catching fish
We use machine learning to identify the trails of vessels around you. We also extract the most relevant areas for this week based on 20 years of historical catch and weather data.
Visualize catch over time
Plan your fishing ahead of time by analyzing catches in historically good areas. Put away the notebook - we do the work for you
Map layers for fisheries
Bottom temperature, seabed, currents, temperatures, and much, much more. We have gathered everything you need to plan your fishing.
What the users say
Hear from some of our users about the value they get from the service.
Easier to decide where to fish
Nice to know, no need to go to that place if there is little catch
It provided very good insight into how our vessels, equipment, and crew performed compared to comparable vessels.
Very nice tool to have an overview of fishing activities and to plan and conduct one's own fishing.
Fantastic for teaching future fishermen. It gives them valuable insight into the state of fisheries at any time.
Lærer på VGS
Easier to make a good trip, and we got huge fuel savings. Great support!
What's new in Catchwise?
We improve the service every day to give you the best fishing experience.
Catchwise launches global ice maps ⛄️
Ice cold maps at heartwarming prices. For the fishermen who aren't afraid to get cold fingers.
8 Jan 2024
Bottom temperature is now available 🥶
Bottom temperature has been the most requested map layer by trawler skippers. Now it's finally available and being tested by skippers.
9 Des 2023
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Increased fishing efficiency for a more
sustainable fishing 🦭
We want all Norwegian fisheries to have access to the insights from catch and ocean data, without the need to hire an analyst.
Catchwise reduces time spent searching for fish. More catch, less fuel.
Profitable for the fisheries. Good for the environment.