Our Kickstarter Campaign Funded!

Learn more about the Tail Scale™ on our Kickstarter page.

Kickstarter Campaign

Nørre (‘nōr’):  

Nørre is named for the Danish home of an ancestor who, through rugged determination, came to the wild American West in the 1800's seeking a better future for his family.

Similar to its namesake, Nørre is about going into the unknown, really pushing the boundaries and working for a better future in fishing. We want to walk where others have not and produce tools that will contribute to improving the fishing experience and the quality and future of fishing.

We are very proud to present the first Performance Net.™ The design actually allocates more of the net opening into the areas that count the most when you land a fish. It makes more effective use of space compared to a traditional net of the same circumference. When you hold it in your outstretched hand you will see it and feel it. It has set our course of quality and highly innovative standards for our fishing products. 

                                                                                                                                                                                    PATENT PENDING

No other landing net design is as efficient.

Sizing landing nets for the size of the fish is a secondary consideration. Any net shape and practically any size will help you contain a totally exhausted (and likely to be dead) fish. Landing nets should be first and foremost a catching tool (regardless of fish size) to aid in landing the fish and secondly a handling tool. For example, consider the common “catch and release” design. It is good for handling the fish after it is in the net, but it is really a very inefficient design to land green fish. The landing net can do more.

The Masltrøm Performance Net™

The performance design is the first of its kind. There are loads of research in those curves… common water and fish depths, net angles, body mechanics, etc. It was a complex journey of many, many trials and a lot of hard work. In the end it surpassed our hopes.  It is a long overdue departure from net design based upon how a stick bends when both ends are brought together. 

                                                                                                                            You may be temped to leave your rod at home...