After a successful day out on the boat, prep your catch for dinner on one of our high-quality fish cleaning tables. Our dock-mounted tables are ideal for freshwater and saltwater anglers who understand how satisfying it is to turn a catch into a meal.
Special Feature: Haven Fish Cleaning Tables
Built with FDA-approved HDPE (high-dentist polyethylene) on a T6061 marine-grade aluminum frame, our fish tables are lightweight, sturdy, and perfect for safely cleaning, descaling, and fileting whatever your reel pulls in. Each table’s surface is completely smooth to resist bacteria growth and make cleanup a breeze.
In 2-, 4-, and 6-leg options, our tables also come with their own mounting brackets (vertical) and flanges (horizontal), offering maximum stability. Powder coating is available.
Frequently Asked Questions About Fish Cleaning Tables
What size should I get?
The size of the fish cleaning table you’ll need depends on the size of your dock and the fish you plan on catching. Our tables come in a range of standard sizes across 2-, 4-, and 6-leg options, including:
24”x84” (6-leg only)
24”x96” (6-leg only)
If you usually reel in fish like bluegill or trout from a freshwater dock, a smaller size table may be all you need. But if you’re a regular ocean angler aiming for big-game fish like tuna, size up your table accordingly. The more legs on your table, the sturdier your workstation will be.
How do you install a fish cleaning table on a dock?
After finding a place for your table, use the mounting bracket (vertical) and flange (horizontal) to directly affix the table to your dock or patio. You’ll need a standard drill to drive in screws. Be sure to test the table’s stability before first use.
Please note that our fish cleaning tables aren’t meant to stand on their own—they must be mounted on the edge of a dock or patio before use.
What’s the best way to clean a fish table?
Our fish cleaning tables are designed for easy sanitation. Their completely smooth, non-porous surfaces have no cracks, crevices, or divots for invisible bacteria to hide. Still, they need a good wipe-down after you’re finished with your fish prep for the day.
To clean a fish station, spray or rinse the surface with water to clear off leftover debris. Then, spray it with a food-safe cleaner. After letting it sit for about 10 minutes, give the surface a final wipe with a clean, wet rag.
We don’t recommend using bleach to clean your table unless you do so away from the water. Bleach can harm fish and other wildlife in lakes, rivers, and oceans.
Where do I go if I have more questions?
You’re in luck—the Haven Dock & Marine team is happy to answer your questions or help you pick out the right size table. Just click here to contact us or dial (954) 462-9047 to chat.