Three Year Price Freeze on ELOGS for a Limited Time

Published on March 29, 2023


Purchase an ELOG subscription before April 21st 2023, we will lock in that price for every ELOG purchased for the 2023, 2024, and 2025 seasons.

We’ve been meeting in person with harvesters in Newfoundland and the Maritimes and we really enjoy getting out into the communities and meeting harvesters.

With the lobster and snow crab fisheries starting in the next few weeks, we encourage all of you who are interested in using ELOGS in 2023 to sign up, set up your account online, download the App, and purchase your subscription at your earliest convenience. If you need help getting set up we recommend you start here.

During our meetings, we heard harvesters voice their concerns that the cost of Vericatch’s ELOGS will increase significantly next year when they are mandatory. We assured you then, and we want to assure you now that this is not our intention.

To back up our claim, we are currently offering a limited-time deal for our ELOGS. If you purchase an ELOG subscription before April 21st, 2023, we will lock in that price for every ELOG purchased for the 2023, 2024, and 2025 seasons. There are no codes or coupons needed, just sign up before April 21st, and your price will be frozen for three years. That offer applies whether you buy a $60 subscription, a $99 subscription, or a $120 subscription – we want to offer you price stability for the next few years to help you manage the transition from paper logbooks to electronic logbooks.

This is in addition to the 3-for-2 deal we are offering this year for crab, lobster, and groundfish, which is scheduled to go live at the start of the northern cod season. We’ll send more details of that deal closer to the time.

This is a limited-time offer that ends at midnight AST on April 21st, 2023. We will not be offering this deal again. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at And please forward this along to any harvester you think may be interested in this deal.

If you’re in or near Yarmouth, Moncton, or Charlottetown we’re also hosting in-person info sessions there the week of April 12th, find all the details here.

If you can’t make our live sessions we’re also offering two online training sessions in April – one for crab and one for lobster. You can find all the details and registration information here.