WORLD'S FAIR MARINA FLUSHING, NEW YORK 516-322-7442
Frequently Asked Questions
What is "open boat"?
Open boat is when we have the boat(s) available for people who simply want to walk in and join us on the fishing trip. We usually do not require reservations, but it is recommended if you have a group. Seating is on a first some, first serve basis.
It's always a good idea to give us a call to check for availability 516-322-7442.
Where is the boat located?
Our boat is docked at the World's Fair Marina (aka Citi Field Marina) Flushing Bay, New York. We are behind Citi Field (New York Mets' stadium), we share the same marina and parking lot with the Skyline Princess Cruises. We can also arrange for Manhattan pick ups and drop offs, dockage rates would apply.
What time should we be at the dock?
At least 15 minutes before departure time.
How do I pay?
You can pay the fair on the boat (day of). We accept cash and all major credit cards (subject to 3% service fee). Or Book online here >
Can I reserve a certain spot on the open-boat?
No reservations are offered for seating. First come, first serve basis.
Does the price include bait and tackle?
Yes, we will provide you with a rod/reel, tackle and supply the bait.
Do I get a refund if I don't catch any fish?
Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that everyone on the boat will catch fish.
What is the best way to contact you?
It is best to call us directly, 516-322-7442. Please refrain from sending us text messages.
I would like to reserve a private charter, how do I do that?
You can book online or Give us a call! We will check our available dates and walk you through the process.
What if I have a charter that day and there's bad weather?
If the captain feels it isn't safe, we will choose another date.
Are deposits refundable?
No, deposits are not refundable.
What kind of fish are you going for?
You can give us a call, or check our website for the current species we are fishing for.
Are the fish safe to eat?
Can I bring my own cooler?
Yes, personal coolers, as space is limited.
Can I bring my own fishing rod?
Yes, you can bring your own fishing rod. Please limit yourself to one rod per person. We suggest monofilament line.
What kind of bait do you provide?
We typically use bunker for Bluefish, Striped Bass, clams for Porgies, Fluke and crabs for Blackfish, it depends on the species and bait that have been working well.
How far out do you go before we start to fish?
Depending on where the fish are currently biting, the ride could be as little as 30 minutes or as far as 2.5 hours.
I get seasick sometimes, how is it fishing in the Long Island Sound?
The waters in the Long Island Sound are much calmer than the ocean.
Do you serve refreshments and food on the party boat (Never Enuff III)?
Yes, but we occasionally run out, its a good idea to bring your own drinks and food.
Could I bring my kids on the boat?
Absolutely!, kids are welcome (age 4+).
Is there someone to clean and filet my catches?
Yes, the mate will filet and clean your catches towards the end of the trip.
Is gratuity included?
Gratuity is not included, our mates depend mostly on gratuity, it's most appreciated!
I'm new at fishing, is there someone who can show me?
Oh yes there is! Just let either the mate or the captain know you need some help, we will be glad to show you.
How many fish can I keep?
You can visit New York DEC saltwater fishing regulations, for information on size and amounts. We also put together a chart for your reference. REGULATIONS
Are there toilets on the boat?
The are two on the Never Enuff III, one for men & one for women, and one on the Never Enuff Express. The Never Enuff I & IV does not have a restroom, but there is a port-a-pot.
Where can I get information on the recent catches?
We regularly upload pictures of our recent catches on our Facebook page Facebook.com/NeverEnuffFleet
Hours of Operation
Day Trip : 7 days a week. 8:00AM - 3:00PM
Night Trip : 7 days a week. 7:00PM - 12:00AM
NEVER ENUFF FISHING | WORLD'S FAIR MARINA | FLUSHING, NY | 516-322-7442
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