Impulse Fishing Charters
242 Janet Lynn Ct
Theriot, LA 70397
Contact: Capt. Rob Dupont
Phone: 225-776-9820
Email: rob158@aol.com
Website: http://www.impulsefishingcharters.com

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Impulse Fishing Charters - I want to catch fish just as much as you do! Capt. Rob Dupont has over 13 years of experience fishing the offshore and inland water around the Bayou Dularge area.

Impulse Fishing Charters was born when the passion for fishing became too much of a hobby. Captain Rob enjoys putting other people on fish and watching their excitement just as much as doing it himself. His thirteen plus years of experience fishing the offshore and inland waters of the Bayou Dularge area guarantees you a very good fishing experience. If you would like to catch tuna, grouper, snapper and any of the varity of offshore species south Louisiana has to offer, Impulse Fishing has a 31 Contender equipped with all the latest fishing equipment necessary to make your day on the water as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

Or if redfish and speckled trout are your desire, Capt. Rob has a very comfortable 22' Skeeter bay boat to handle your fishing needs.

As the name implies, I'm ready when you are! Capt. Rob

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Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Saturday Trout Report 4/25/15
From the looks of the forecast Saturday was going to be a blowout but with a strong south wind the plan was to find a protected bank. It was sort of a bumpy ride out at daylight and we arrived on location barely able to use the trolling motor. The water looked fishable but I knew we had a tiny window of opportunity. The lunar table indicated a feeding period until 7:30 but that would be lessened with the increasing winds. Our first stop produced zilch throwing plastic double rigs. Next stop we found some white trout and slowly the speckled trout made an appearance. Much slower than previous days, I'd say we were catching one every 3-5 minutes. Sure enough, like clockwork the trout disappeared and we did not get a bite after 8:00. We ran from place to place hoping something would be willing to have a snack, but it was futile. When the weather is good we are catching limits but any major change in weather will be a struggle. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Speckled Trout Damage in Dularge
Today started out with the east wind pummeling bay. We were on the water extra early expecting a very early bite. We pulled up to the spot we left them biting yesterday. The fish were there waiting for us. I had two guys from Texas and they began wearing them out. The bite was steady for awhile and then shut down. At about 8:30 there was a lull and no one was catching anywhere. I knew we would have to wait them out. We went and checked a few other spots with nothing to show then the east wind started howling. It was nearly impossible to fish in the bay so we got tucked behind an island and waited. There were schools of finger mullet with trout chasing them out the water, but the trout wouldn't bite. At about 10:30 all that changed and the light switch flipped on. Once again we were hot n heavy with the fish coming in from every direction. Good day once again and the trout fishing here in Dularge is as good as it gets. Big thanks to Capt. Marty Lacoste for setting up the trip. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Trout Got Rocked
Here in lower Terrebonne Parish the speckled trout spring run seems to be in rut. This morning was gorgeous and at daybreak with light wind, the fish wanted to jump in the Bluewave. At the first stop some buddies of mine were already there and catching on the oyster beds. My guests were pretty excited about this and made quick work of about 10 trout. The bite went cold so we relocated to some structure nearby and got on a steady bite. The tide was incoming slowly but the fish were on the feed. Using soft plastics with a slow retrieve, we were done by 10:00 with 100 trout. Special guest on the boat today Robert Maiden from Pennsylvania caught his first trout today followed by many more. The guy was in heaven down here and kept talking about moving here. It's great to hear from other people every now and then just how special of a place this is. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.implusefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

4/19/15 Father/Son Outing
As fisherman we sure do complain about the weather a lot and today was no different! It seems the weather guessers have trouble keeping up with April winds and storms. Anyway, conditions deteriorated rapidly early this morning making it questionable to fish for trout. But patience got the best of me and I persisted south. We arrived on location with horrific swells and winds gusting to 30 mph. Still, we hooked a few trout! Not wanting to suffer any longer, I ran to a protected area and waited. In due time, conditions changed as expected. The sun showed itself and the winds subsided leaving in their wake starving speckled trout. I had a father/son team on board today for a little QT. I put them on the fish and let them do their thing, quietly sitting back and letting them enjoy their day. Around noon the guys said they'd had enough and tipped their hats to the ferociously biting speckled trout and thanked them for the days harvest. rnrnFor your outing, give me a call!rnrnCapt. Rob DupontrnImpulse Fishing Chartersrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Trout Bite Kicks Off in Dularge
This morning looked like a weather cancellation so my customers were on standby at their camp. We slept in til about 8:00 am, checked the radar, and set all systems on go. The wind was cranking hard out of the north making much of lower Dularge seemingly unfishable. We armed ourselves with bait crabs in case we had to get down and dirty with some bull reds, but the plan was speckled trout as the priority target. My customers today came from all walks of life. I had men from Scotland, China, and Jamaica all on one boat. I really wanted to show them a great time on the water as they have never experienced south Louisiana as we know it. Our first drift over a protected reef actually yielded a few trout. The hunt began. Over and over we were striking out. Around 11:00 we decided to make the run south as the sky opened up and the wind deadened. Capt. Marty and Capt. Travis reported over the VHF that they were on some good fish. We quickly got into position at a nearby structure and had it all to ourselves. Then came the slime. The bite got hot n heavy and then dead. This oddly happened over and over all afternoon so we never changed locations. When the smoke cleared we had 61 trout laying in the big Kysek cooler. All damage done tight lining Reflexion Pearl Melon Lil Bammers and a few came in under a cork. Great times today and these gentlemen won't forget their trip. rnrnIt looks like the start of a great year of fishing as the trout are out in full force much earlier than they were last year. Get it while it's hot!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

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Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Putting in the Work 4/3/15
Tough days always humble you but when you know you're having one, putting in the extra work can salvage a day. After the slaughter on Thursday, we headed back to the honey hole to find the exact same conditions, hoping the bite would be identical. Everything looked picture perfect. Just after daylight we started getting a few bites but they were extremely light. I kept telling the guys that the fish were going to explode any minute. We kept waiting and waiting until finally it was time to switch gears and go on the hunt. We packed up and thought we were going redfishing but right around the corner we found some promising signs. This time of year DO NOT pass up liar birds. Usually you'll think you're wasting your time but give it a shot and it might just pay off. We saw them doing their usual dip and dance and eased in. Game on. Speckled trout were coming in the boat. This was the best action we saw all day and it appears that we were one of the lucky few. We ended up catching just about every cast until the bite fizzled out and there were 22 trout cooling in the big Kysek cooler. We just so happened to be next to a point so I decided to throw some shrimp under a cork. Low and behold a big red took it down. 3 more of those hit the box. After that we moved across the map a ways and we searching for more reds armed with gold spoons. The 20 mph winds said that was impossible but we sight casted two more anyway. rnrnCapt. Rob rn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Good Ole Dularge Trout Haul
We were blessed with yet again another beautiful morning down in Dularge and the target was speckled trout. Gerald and Gayle Daigle jumped in the Blue Wave down at Jug's boat launch and away we went. We arrived on the scene of clean water, birds diving, and tiny croakers of which the trout were slurping up on the surface. The sound of that can drive a man insane. Very little falling tide was before us and the first cast yielded a trout. It got hot and heavy for a bit and we iced up 36 trout in the big Kysek cooler. A short move of less than 50 yards and we found where the sneaky fish thought they were hiding. As soon as the Reflexion Lil Bammers splashed the water it was inhaled by a hungry yellow mouth. This went on until the tide stopped moving and we packed up and headed for greener pastures. This time only a half a mile away we spotted some birds diving, liar birds at that, but I dropped the power pole and found the trout stacked up again. Lots of throwbacks in this particular school but a few keepers. Still, the trout were after the tiny croakers. After icing up a few and the bite slowly dying, we took a ride deeper into the marsh to see what was up. By this time the wind was howling and we figured all attempts at trout were over. Not so. Back to the protected honey hole and it was game on again. What a way to end the trip but with another every cast bite. Lots of throwbacks but we ended the day with a solid 66 keeper trout. Holler at me if you want to fish as this is the time to book!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Report Monday/Tuesday
The last 2 days I had the pleasure of fishing with Mr Sam Farr, his son in law Dan, and his grandchildren Jacob and Zachary. The boys came down to fish while the girls stayed in New Orleans. They are all from Georgia and came to Louisiana to experience the fishing, outdoors, and Cajun cuisine. Day 1 was picture perfect and when we hit the water it felt like the day was made already. As the sun was coming up both Jacob and Zachary immediately Hooked up to 2 keeper reds. The situation presented to us that morning let me to believe the trout would open up and bite a bare hook. Beautiful water, good tide movement, and bountiful bait indicated everything you can ask for as a fisherman. Unfortunately the trout had other plans that day and we had our work cut out for us. Each spot we went too was identical to the aforementioned painted picture. Those fish had their minds in the gutter and wanted nothing to do with eating. The guys really enjoyed being out there on such a perfect day. Day 2 the plan was to get on some bull reds and drum and give the boys a workout. All that we found willing to eat were gafftops. Hmmm. Switch to plan B on get on the hunt for trout. With the wind picking up once again those fish were making it hard on us. We worked hard and put together a nice mess of trout and when the day was done again everyone had a great time outdoors. The guys are already talking about coming back to Louisiana and bringing more family with them. Thanks for a great two days fellas!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Bull Reds And Drum Save the Day
After recommending a cancelation to my group for today because of a blow out, they chose to roll on. Good choice. After a bumpy ride across sister lake we got to the pass and dropped 5 lines with crab. Hooked up and it didn't let up. The big black drum were feeding ferociously and the guys stayed bowed up all morning. We left them biting to go find some bull Reds. One stop nothing. Another spot nothing. We cruised back to the drum hole only to find the Reds had turned on there. The boys put a lick on a few and we called it a day making the best of a windy situation. Big thanks to Capt. Travis Lovell for running the second boat!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Big Weekend in Dularge
This weekend I was part of a 5 boat group from Cajun Industries fishing out of The Reel Inn. Trout fishing exploded for them on Saturday and then subsided on Sunday. This little cool spell we had must have shut down much of the trout feeding activity but my crew managed to drive some hooks deep in the ones that were. We settled in on the Power Pole on a point with moving water and just stayed patient, drifting our baits on the bottom in the current. Every trout that we caught there was a stud and even boxed a flounder and 2 nice reds. We could have caught 15 3/4' reds all day but the crew had to be back at the Reel Inn for 11:00. We had the most fun possible in a short amount of time. Shelly was proud of her red that's for sure! This large group took advantage of The Reel Inn's turn key operation and enjoyed the best of the best down in Bayou Dularge. Chef Rickie Daigle hit 'em with some of the best cajun food available and they are all excited to come back. rnrnIf you have a large group to entertain, The Reel Inn is the place to be. I can set it up as a turn key operation for as many boats as you need. Give me a call to book your spring trips! The Blue Wave 2400 is the finest bay boat you will ever fish on! rnrnCapt. Rob DupontrnImpulse Fishing Chartersrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Fresh Speckled Trout 3-21-15
Today may have been the best day on the water yet this year. Beautiful weather, little to no wind, very few gnats, and tons of speckled trout. I ran part of a 20 man trip from Cajun Industries out of the Reel Inn today. We started at daybreak on top of oyster reefs dotting the shorelines of Lake mechant. Action was steady and the crew on my boat was getting into them pretty good when the switch shut off. We waited out the tide and made a short move awhile later and found the water boiling with fish chasing minnows out of the water. The sound those trout make when they slurp bait at the surface never gets old. It's a rare occasion and one I'll never forget. The action continued hot and heavy and everyone in the boat was hooking up every cast. When the smoke cleared we had 75 trout cooling in the new Kysek Extreme Cold. Great day for everyone as everyone in the group caught lots of fish! Big thanks to Capt. T. Miller for the trip! Reflexion Ghost Bammers did most of the damage on quarter oz. goldeneye jigheads. rnrnCapt. Rob DupontrnImpulse Fishing Chartersrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Fresh Speckled Trout 3-21-15
Today may have been the best day on the water yet this year. Beautiful weather, little to no wind, very few gnats, and tons of speckled trout. I ran part of a 20 man trip from Cajun Industries out of the Reel Inn today. We started at daybreak on top of oyster reefs dotting the shorelines of Lake mechant. Action was steady and the crew on my boat was getting into them pretty good when the switch shut off. We waited out the tide and made a short move awhile later and found the water boiling with fish chasing minnows out of the water. The sound those trout make when they slurp bait at the surface never gets old. It's a rare occasion and one I'll never forget. The action continued hot and heavy and everyone in the boat was hooking up every cast. When the smoke cleared we had 75 trout cooling in the new Kysek Extreme Cold. Great day for everyone as everyone in the group caught lots of fish! Big thanks to Capt. T. Miller for the trip! Reflexion Ghost Bammers did most of the damage on quarter oz. goldeneye jigheads. rnrnCapt. Rob DupontrnImpulse Fishing Chartersrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Trout Make an Appearance in Dularge
Today I was part of a 3 boat bachelor party and the morning started off great. We are finally enjoying the great outdoors without the biting cold and dreary rainy winter patterns. The trout have seemed to take notice as they are in transit from their winter locales deep in the marsh to the lakes and bays of the Dularge area. This time of year it always seems the bite begins early and doesn't last too long. Today we got on some trout hot n heavy first off with the bite tapering off throughout the morning. Tide was decent and bait is moving around pretty well. We even saw some birds working bait, typical for late March. With the rising temperatures and salinity levels the trout fishing should go back to being predictable and consistent. Our crew had a pretty solid day and are already planning their next trip. Thanks to Capt. Marty for setting up the trip. I have plenty of dates available in April and May including a couple of Saturdays. Call to get your trip locked in. rnrnCapt. Rob DupontrnImpulse Fishing Chartersrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Redfish Bite Wide Open!
Things are finally starting to come around in our part of the fishing world and today was the day that lifted spirits and projected hope for things to come this spring. Like clockwork the redfish in our area gather up and gorge themselves 2 days post front and today was the perfect day. With all the right conditions we departed the dock in the new Blue Wave at 8:00 a.m. giving the sun a chance to fire the life up in the marshes of lower Bayou Dularge. I had Chuck Braud and his dad Charles Sr. on his first redfishing trip of his life. As soon as I dropped the power pole they started slinging in the reds and sliming up the new boat. What a way to break it in! When the smoke cleared 30 minutes later we had our limit of 15 reds and caught and released 15 more! All fish were caught on Reflexion Swimbaits Lil Bammer in pearl melon color, 1/4 oz. jighead, slow retrieve. Looking good for fishing down here lets just hope mother nature sobers up! Impulse Fishing Charters will be at the Sportsman's Show at Lamar Dixon next weekend...stop in a say hello!!! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Weekend in Dularge
What a cold weekend filled with redfish limits. I fished a 4 boat trip for Capt. Tommy Pellegrin and Saturday morning kicked it off fast and furious. The Reds were stacked on top of each other buried in the cold mud and covered with leeches. The guys made quick work and called for the dock and warmer surroundings at 8:15. This morning was a little different as the fish decided to sleep in. A few jumped in the box early but called it quits for several hours. We went on the hunt and found out the bite got hot so we doubled back. When we arrived on the scene the smoke had already cleared and the pickings were slim. The crew from PSC and an excellent weekend in Dularge and will be back for more!\r\n\r\nCapt. Rob Dupont \r\n225-776-9820\r\nwww.impulsefishingcharters.com\r\nwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing\r\nInstagram @impulsefishing

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