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Feb

27

41°F

Sunrise
06:33 AM
Sunset
05:45 PM
Tide

HIGH 4:05 AM


Low 10:07 AM

Park Hours and Info

Park is Open 7 Days a Week | 6AM - 1AM
Entry is Free!

Pier 28AM - 9PM* Pier 56AM - 11PM* Education Center3-5PM (TUE/THU), 1-5PM (SAT) Pier 6 Volleyball Courts6AM - 11PM Playgroundssunrise-sunset

© Etienne Frossard

How To Get Here

Open

Parking is limited, so we encourage you to take public transportation. And lucky for you, there are plenty of transportation options.

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Subway

2
3

Clark Street

A
C

High Street or Jay St- MetroTech

4
5

Borough Hall

F

York Street

Bus

B25
B61
B63
B67

B25 (at Fulton Ferry Landing), B61 (at Atlantic Avenue and Hicks Street), B63 (on the loop road near Pier 6 in the park), or B67 (at Jay Street and York Street)

CitiBike

Nearby CitiBike stations: Atlantic Ave & Furman St (Pier 6); Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 2; Old Fulton St (Pier 1); Water St & Main St (Main Street)

NYC Ferry

East River route to Dumbo/Fulton Ferry; or South Brooklyn Route to Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6/Atlantic Avenue or DUMBO/Fulton Ferry.

Enjoy the serenity of the view as you get hooked on the thrill of going after a good catch.

Fishing Information

Cast out from the west promenade of Pier 5, where you’ll also find bait preparation tables and fish cleaning stations to help you “tackle” every fishing need.

Keep in mind that pregnant women, women of childbearing age and children under 15 years old should not eat fish caught in these waters. Others should also limit their consumption, as some fish caught in New York City waters may be harmful to eat.

For updates on water quality, consult the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Waterbody Advisory. For more information on safe fishing, please visit the New York State Department of Health.

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Fishing Clinics

Close up of man and young boy with a fishing rod on a sunny. The boy is reaching for the hook. Other fishers seen in the background.

© Etienne Frossard

Family at citizen science fishing clinics on Pier 5.
Group of people fishing along the promenade on a sunny day. Young boy in the front looks up at fishing rod. NYC ferry seen in the background.

© Etienne Frossard

Citizen science fishing clinics at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Learn how to tie knots, bait a hook, cast a rod, and maybe even reel up a fish with Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy! Guided by a marine biologist and expert anglers, learn the basics of line fishing, while catching-and-releasing some of Brooklyn Bridge Park’s aquatic organisms.

seining

Two women in fishing waders walking into the water with a large net for seine fishing on a sunny day. Lower Manhattan is seen in the distance.

© Navid Barraty

Seining at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Group of children in fishing waders walking into the water with a large net for seine fishing on a sunny day.

© Julienne Schaer

Seining
Woman in fishing waders placing seine fishing net in the water on a sunny day. Construction barge and lower Manhattan are seen in the background.
© Alexa Hoyer

Discover the amazing biodiversity of the Hudson River Estuary with Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy staff and scientists as they use a seine net to catch and release incredible creatures that live below the water’s surface.

Click here to check when the next seining event is taking place.

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