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

Speckled Trout Return to Summer Pattern
Since the wind kicked up 10 days ago the great fishing we had died off and we were stuck inshore with redfish. Last Thursday was the first time I was able to get out to the islands and locate some trout. It didn't look good at first as the whites were thick but the spotted ones were a no show. The water still hadn't cleaned up from the gales so I went on the hunt. I found some protected water and it was stained green. Found the trout stacked up and hungry. It was full force action and we had 75 before noon. Friday I relocated to my home stomping grounds of Dularge. I had planned on fishing close but couldn't resist going back to where I found them the day before. They weren't as thick that day but all the fish were 16-18 inches. We ended up with 40. On Saturday the same honey hole produced but the bite died off quickly. We went on the hunt and got a call from another Capt. Rob that they were on em. We headed that way and topped the box off with 60 trout. I was off for my birthday on Sunday. Today I had an afternoon trip for Capt. T. Miller and we headed out west. We found emerald green water with smooth seas and the trout were jumping in the boat. An hour and a half later we had 75 on ice. It's hot but if the winds stay down I think we are in for another few weeks of great trout fishing. These fish are still where they are supposed to be and they are still thick. I would imagine some 50,000 trout have been caught from Cocodrie to Dularge already this summer and there are no signs of them disappearing or dwindling in numbers. We're having a great year so far!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont rn225-776-9820 rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com rnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing rnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Virginia Comes to Cocodrie
With the wind howling the last 7 days and forecasted to relax a little today, I went on the hunt again for speckled trout. I couldn't stand it being canceled the last 4 days in a row so I had to test the waters. The pressure was on to produce for my guests today from Virginia. Local Aaron Matassa had some friends down to sample some of our fine fishing. Kevin and Jack Hussey had never been fishing down here and are usually catching striped bass on the northeast coast. At our first location all we found were white trout and a bull red. Conditions were not even close to being trout friendly but we had some action so I hated to leave. At about 8:00 I made the call to move and I wish I had done it an hour earlier. I started heading west with no idea what next when all of sudden I spotted some green water. In that green water some birds were going nuts. I put the double rigs on and the guys began crushing the trout. It was about 50/50 throwbacks and when the frenzy died I trolled about 50 yards to a sunken island and found some hogs. We put a lick on em and finished up at 11:00 with 75rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont rnrn225-776-9820 rnrnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com rnrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing rnrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Two Days of Hard Work
As our good weather streak and incredible trout fishing came to a screeching halt, it came time to do some work. I had Phillip Miller and his grandson Phillip Patton with me for the last 2 days. The winds were way up and the challenge was thrown on the table to make the best of their trip down to Louisiana from Texas. I had found some bass on Thursday and I was hoping to get on them first thing yesterday morning but they weren't biting. Plan B went into effect and we went looking for slot reds. Those didn't want to bite either and we hit the best holes I knew about looking. We tried shrimp on the bottom and under a cork but it wasn't meant to be. Plan C was to send some whole crabs to the bottom of a deep hole and pray for something to eat. With clean ice we hit the bull red hole around 10:30. The boats already in the hole all morning only found 1 bull red to bite. Things were looking pretty grim when the light switch kicked on and they started chewing. We hooked up to several bull reds and black drum boating our 3 man limit by late afternoon. Today we counted on the bulls to bite again first thing but again we were let down. We went on the prowl for slot reds deep in the marsh. A nice flounder dirtied the ice but the reds were ghosts. We made a short move to some more protected marsh and I was just about to give up on the area when we hooked up. Little Phil struck gold with a spoon and put the first keeper slot in the box. A few casts later and number 2 hit the deck. I thought we were on to something and then we went another hour before finding number 3. We fished hard til 2:00 without getting another bite. We definitely earned these fish this weekend putting in full days of work and the guys did great making the most out of horrible conditions. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com rnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing rnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Trout Report 6/9/15
Another early day of limits today with the Carrol gang. Julian wanted to have some father/daughter time with Annelise and she had never caught trout before. We got to the spot before daylight as the lunar app indicated a 1 fish day with a major period very early today and then again not until afternoon. Usually a 1 fish day means no bueno but these charts are just a guide and they are accurate about 75% of the time. As soon as the first line touched the water we had a log come in the boat. There was a lot of activity on the water very early with sharks, ladyfish, and trout creating boils on the surface. It certainly wasn\'t fast action but the fish were coming in steady. Annelise learned very quickly and was soon hooking her own fish. She caught her first trout today followed by many more. Then all of a sudden all hell broke loose and it was fire and smoke. We had to move a short distance but found a very large school of fish. I would guess it had to be 100 yards in diameter as we were catching 360 degrees around the boat. Trout were flying over the rails at lighting speed and my crew did a great job of closing the deal. When the smoke cleared it was just after 8:00 and I pointed the Blue Wave north. These fish were holding in 8-10 ft of water and wanted our single rigged Reflexion Ghost Bammers popped twice. They would annihilate it on the fall. \r\n\r\nCapt. Rob Dupont\r\n225-776-9820\r\nwww.impulsefishingcharters.com \r\nwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing \r\nInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Same Story Different Day
The last few days have been a blessing as the weather has cooperated enough for us to have smooth rides out and great fishing. Yesterday I had a trip for Capt Marty out of Dularge and the story is the same. I had two gentlemen catching their limit before noon. It was steady action all morning with the bite coming and going and fish moving around the platform constantly. Today I had a group of guys from a fishing club for Capt Tommy. At daylight the bite was hot all over the place and then he fish congregated and the school tightened so much you had to throw in the bucket. Single rigged Reflexion Lil Bammer in Ghost has been working very well. When the fish decide to quit biting plastic they will take a buffet of live shrimp, minnows, or croakers on the bottom. There's no sign of our good fishing slowing down and if the weather stays right we will have the best year of trout fishing I can remember since I was a teenager. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Trout Going Strong in Cocodrie
Today I switched gears and headed east away from my stomping grounds in Dularge. I picked up my customers at 5:00 and took a ride south to the islands. The weather forecast of 5-10 had quickly changed from 10-15 and it was a bit bumpy. We got to a spot at daylight and began chunking the Reflexion plastics and the fish were on time. The only problem was they were all short. I suspected that with the full moon all the big females had moved offshore and the little males were all that was left. So we took a ride to the beach and found an armada of boats already there catching speckled trout like there was no tomorrow. I couldn't get in the right spot and I certainly wasn't going to crowd anyone so I headed back north. We picked away at the smaller fish on the north side and gave the armada some time to limit out and went back. Most of the boats had left with their limit so we sat and waited in line to get on the fish. Everyone was still catching fish and thankfully a buddy of mine let me slide in on the action (thanks again Troy!). At first they wouldn't touch the plastic because everyone had them fired up on live bait. But it didn't take long to get them started. We commenced to put the whack on em. When the smoke cleared we had our 75 and got out of there. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont 225-776-9820 http://www.impulsefishingcharters.com http://www.facebook.com/impulsefishing Instagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Daily Trout Report
This morning we dodged a rainstorm and hit the gulf where it was flat calm with beautiful conditions. On location, beautiful green water with good falling tide appeared quite fishy. The shrimp and birds started to make an appearance and quickly abandoned us. Sharks and mackerel were creating a ruckus chasing trout smooth out the water. We hooked several today. On with the trout. These fish will boggle the mind some days leaving you scratching your head. With the previous night's moon big and bright, I had counted on them being stuffed already for breakfast. At first we got good strikes as the few fish biting were fiercely attacking the baits. They were all studs too. From 16-20' we put 27 fish on the cold rocks. Then silence. We took a boat ride to the island and found acres and acres of birds diving. Incredibly, there wasn't a gamefish to be found. Puzzled and dumbfounded. Not sure what those birds were eating but it wasn't trout food. I made the loop around the island stopping several times to fish and rethinking the game plan. I wanted to keep going east but my gut kept saying no. I listened and it was the correct move. Back out west the bite was on. The trout were feeding again but they wanted the bait popped hard and hitting it in the fall. Single rigged Reflexion Ghost Bammer on a 1/4 oz lead colored head caught all the fish. Just before 11:00 we finished up with 100. 8 ft of water, slow falling tide, 360 degrees around the boat. If you didn't twerk it you didn't get a bite. Big thanks to Capt. T Miller for setting up the trip. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Another One in The Books
Yet another terrific day of trout fishing is now behind me as the bite in South Central Louisiana remains strong. It was a one stop shop today setting the Motor Guide Xi5 and forgetting it. I had some veteran fisherman and women on board today and it was all I could do to keep up with unhooking and changing plastics. Fish were coming in from every direction and every one of them were chunks. I think we threw back 2 fish all day. Single and double rigged both worked great with pearl melon Reflexion Swimbaits and ultraviolet Matrix. My customers Liz, Billy, and Paris (12 yrs young) had the time of their lives ripping lips off the yellow mouths! It was hot action today with not more than 10 minutes without a bite. We left them biting around 10:00 and headed north and the gang had over a 5 gallon bucket full of filets to take home. It just doesn't get much better than that folks! A great time was had by all!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont rn225-776-9820 rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com rnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing rnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Back to Business in Dularge
After a week long hiatus from weather cancellations, good customer Tommy Prejean called and wanted trout Friday morning. When he showed up at the camp at 3:00 he changed his mind and said let's go now. Along with grandsons Brody and Brennan, we quickly loaded the boat and headed south. With good daylight left and tales of a hot trout bite from earlier today, I pushed the throttles to the gel coat and made it to the gulf in less than an hour. Before I could get the troll motor down, Brody had a trout on the hook. Wow. These fish were going nuts. So I set the Xi5 Motor Guide on anchor lock and went to work. Brennan caught on quick as he is nearly a professional fisherman. Two at a time his first cast to the last, that one. Brody is only 6 years old and kept up with the best of them. When the smoke cleared an hour later, 100 trout were in the baskets yet to be on ice. It was that quick. Northbound and ready to do again tomorrow. The kids are already fishing on the dock and don't want to stop. They are talking about going back after midnight. LOL. Will report back tomorrow!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Charter Openings Friday & Saturday
I've had cancellations for both tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday 5/30. Before the cancellation I had calls to book those dates but didn't save numbers. I know there were quite a few people interested in this weekend. Now's your chance rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Day 2 Houma Oilmans 5/22/15
Every year for the Oimans rodeo the winds decide to pick up and blow, as if on queue by the fish gods. I went to sleep last night with a forecast of 4-6 kts and woke up to 13-17. How do you miss it by that far? I will never understand. We can put a robot on planet Mars, extract oil from miles underground, use x-ray vision to see through peoples clothes, but we can't seem to figure out how to predict the wind! At any rate, we carried on as planned with our fishing trip. We arrived late on the scene, drenched in sea water. The fish were not at their designated location today with the change in wind direction and water clarity. On the hunt we went. We patrolled the area looking for anything that looked fishy. We didn't go far when the birds let us in on their hiding place. I dropped the MotorGuide Xi5 and went to work. The trout were there and feeding heavily on big shrimp. Every cast, two at a time action ensued. When the smoke cleared my customers determined our catch was sufficient for the day and told me to dial in the 'home' waypoint. We had to run in the trough away from our destination and then turn back into the 3 footers. The Blue Wave handled the job and we arrived safely back in Cocodrie. Tomorrow may be another blowout, but I suppose the only way to know is to GO!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont rn225-776-9820 rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com rnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing rnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Houma Oilmans Day 1 Trout
We got an early start this morning to beat the crowds and it paid dividends. I had guys from Franks International on board and were excited by the daily trout reports. Once again it was a one stop shop as soon as I dropped the power pole it was fish on every cast two at a time. All I could do was remove hook after hook and toss them in the basket, turn around and do it again from the front of the boat to the back. For the first hour of daylight this action continued as the trout were feasting on 16-20 count shrimp. Almost every trout had whiskers draping out of its mouth. Can't wait to do it again tomorrow. rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont rn225-776-9820 rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com rnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing rnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Glorious Day of Trout Fishing
What can I say to keep from sounding like a broken record? This is the absolute best fishing I have witnessed in all my life. Today it was over in 30 minutes on the money. The only other time in history I have done better was 40 minutes a few years back. It was a one stop shop in the honey hole today and the fishing was simply insane. Every single cast, as fast as you could throw, two at a time! My two customers were having the time of their lives slinging trout over the rails fast and furiously. I was removing the fish and they would get it back out as fast as they could and BAM another double. I found the school of fish at 6:35 and when the smoke cleared it was 7:05. 30 minutes from start to finish. Incredible day to be a trout fishing guide as this was one for the record books! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont rn225-776-9820 rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com rnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing rnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Outstanding Trout Fishing in Cocodrie 5/19/15
We finally got the good weather we've been looking for and the trout got the memo bright and early this morning. My customers John Balenseifren and Lloyd Nelius put a quick lick on some chunky yellow mouths. Slick calm water, every cast, as soon as the bait hit the water! That bite was quickly shut down by some inconsiderate boaters forcing me to relocate. Glad I did because the trout got bigger. Right off the bat they were in a frenzy eating up the Reflexion Swimbaits Ghost Lil Bammer. I had the Duce rod bowed up and slinging in big fat hungry yellow mouths. The guys were hammering away in the hot spot. When the smoke cleared the box was stuffed and we were northbound. What a great day with great customers! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrnInstagram @impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Weekend Report 5/15-5/17
This weekend began in favor of the fish. The odds were stacked against us but my customers were determined to get on some trout. I had two guys on board and they were booked with me Friday and Saturday. After explaining how difficult it would be to catch trout in the gnarly winds, they put their trust in me and made me go find them. No problem I thought as I headed into 3 footers for 20 miles. Well, that's a start. I stopped short of my original plan and fished over some underwater rubble in the bay. Water was stained big time and my troll motor couldn't hardly buck the wind. I set up a drift and to my surprise started catching trout. BAM. Too small. Plan B. Next stop we were greeted with more swells and chop but the water was surprisingly emerald green. Hmm, let's check it out. BAM. Fish on. Nice 2 pounder on the deck. Come to find out, my customers could REALLY fish. I mean, they were pretty damn good. They were yanking those fish over the rail and into the box. We had a good run and then the bite died around 9:30. We cleared 50 in short order. The rest of the day was filled with futile attempts to discover another hot bite. Coming up short at every spot, we took it to the dock around 1:30. Day two and the conditions appeared to be much of the same but oh well might as well go back to the same spot and work em over. Sure enough, they weren't there again. Until, that is, they decided to eat. Yep, those fish made a fool out of me letting me think they would be biting early like they did yesterday. Nope, they waited til at least 9:30 to crank up. When they did, we dropped the hammer. 75 trout came rather quickly letting us finish up around noon-thirty. Great couple of days guys! Today (Sunday) I had a trip for Capt. T Miller and the plan was NOT to get beat up today. Thank goodness, I needed some relief. We got to the hot spot in no rush and immediately hooked up to a bull red. We would get our limit of 5 before heading to find slot fish. That which we did around 8:30. Off to the duck ponds we went. I had some great customers today that could cast pretty good. We started drifting the leeward banks and started catching a few here and there. Man it was tough. Wayyy too windy to be sight fishing for reds. Anyway, long story short we put 6 slot fish over the rails and took it to the barn. What a great weekend down in Terrebonne Parish. Can't wait for the good weather coming this week. We should be on the trout like white on rice.

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