|Want to be a fieldtester for Northern Baits?|
Do you have passion for carp and the nature around us?
Good photographer and want to use the time it takes to get that perfect shot.
Then here is the opportunity to join the Danish bait manufacturer Northern Baits.
We are looking for anglers that fish and not just sit behind the laptop. We want the anglers that get out there and do what we all love. Fishing!
Send me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org with info about yourself, a few pictures and how much you fish and what kind of fishing your are doing.
If you are accepted, you will have access to all new products we are working on behind closed doors, plus the full range in the shop at special low prices.
About Northern Baits
In 2015, Brian Westergaard and Martin Kruse gave up their business careers to follow their dream, and proceeded to put everything they had into it. Brian and Martin are both very keen anglers and bringing a wealth of knowledge in their specific roles. The company is based in Denmark where we produce and supply our own bait, in house and fresh, then distributed all over Europe and other parts of the world.
We source directly from the famous great mills of Denmark who supply us with some of the highest grade meals and proteins in the world. Also using top end European flavour houses, sourcing some of the highest quality ingredients ever included in bait from advanced digestion aids to feed stimulators that have never been used in the fishing industry. We claim and certainly do use some of the most advanced ingredients in bait development in the industry, we drive the brand daily aiming to bring you, the angler, very high quality bait at a very affordable price.
We’re a company driven by anglers, as the brand is spreading widely on an international level, involving some top European anglers from all over the world who are now working alongside us to make Northern Baits one of the upcoming brands of the future. Anglers are now starting to become more and more aware about the nutritional value of the bait they use, wanting to use bait that’s not only instantly attractive, its actually good for the fish to eat.