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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About Us

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

Redfish Redfish Redfish!!!
This past week has been jam packed with great redfishing down in Bayou Dularge, LA. This time of year we follow the reds to the deep holes and ambush them with nothing but the cracked crab. All of the major arteries leading to and from the major lakes are holding fish in the 20 ft plus holes of the bends in the channels. It's almost too easy! We look for this action to last through the month of August and into September. Give me a shout to set up a trip 225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

July Inshore Fishing
After a slammed June schedule, I took a much needed 7 day vacation in the first part of July and did some recovering and scuba diving. Ended up diving the USS Oriskany and seeing a white shark,...90% positive ID...an image that will forever be etched in my brain. After vacation I dove right back into trout fishing and this time out of Dularge. Thursday 7/10 started a 6 day stretch and what I hoped to be an increase in the trout population. Well, Scott and Judy Carter found 60 of them willing to come in the boat. The next day I was down in Fourchon for the Oilmans Rodeo and it was awful fishing. 11 trout in two days of fishing. The second day I burned 45 gallons of fuel looking for a trout. Sunday I ran back to Dularge and found the coast spattered with thunderstorms. Brian Jones and his sons Burke and Quinn wanted trout. We did what we could before the lightning got close. Monday morning I had new customer Oran Lambright and his buddy Marvin. They fished hard all day, but caught 6 reds for the day. Tuesday 7/15 I had Jeremy Nelson and his family from Alabama looking for a good time and they found it. It's not always about the number of fish at the end of the day but the smiles on the kids faces and genuine family time! rnrnI have a few days left available in July and August! Let's hope the weather cooperates!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Scott and Judy Carter
Burke and Quinn Jones
Jeremy Nelson Family

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

More Cocodrie Trout 6-30-14
Joining me today was Craig Sheley and his son David for a father/son trout adventure. We made 200 shrimp at the Tracy Macie and headed south to emerald green water. Our first stop we found the fish biting just like they were yesterday and put 12 in the box before the bite shut down. Made a move east and found some better moving water and hungry trout. The fish were 50/50 keepers to throwbacks so we kept hammering on them. It was a pretty hot bite so that made it hard to leave. Next thing you know we have 40 in the box and it's almost noon. Went back to spot #1 and the bite was back on again. This time with some solid fish. We put 20 more in the K2 and called it a day. Great times today for the guys first saltwater trip to Louisiana! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

High Winds Lead to Full Box 6-29-14
Since the weather took a turn for the worse this weekend, it was a no-brainer cancelling both Saturday and Sunday for those customers wanting speckled trout. However, when your dad tells you he is coming fishing with you at the last minute, you can't say no to the boss! Him, my uncle Todd, and Mike Vitale showed up at the camp last night and wanted trout. You can rely on weathermen and women to predict what might happen, or you can suck it up and go fishing. As my uncle Todd says, gotta go to gettum...can't catchem' at the dock! Off we went. We were in the water for 5:00 a.m. and actually had to wait 30 minutes for the Tracy Macie to arrive to her position at Rock Island. The sun cracked the horizon as we poured 200 shrimp into the livewell, the boat bobbing up and down in the 2 ft chop even in protected water. No sweat I thought, I've caught trout in worse weather and we were committed. The southbound commute was unpleasant, but the guys scoffed at the occasional 3 foot wave from the comfortable seats of the 24 Skeeter. When the motor went quiet, all was calm in the protection of the big island. The water was murky green at best but it reeked of fresh shrimp and bounced nervously with predatory life. It felt like the trout would actually cooperate today. That they did. The fire started and didn't stop till we were out of live shrimp. Numerous 11 1/2 inchers sucked down our supply of fresh bait, but when the smoke cleared 60 beefy yellowmouths went stiff in the K2. Things are looking good this week! You gotta go to know!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Trout or Bust 6-26-14
Quick report from Thursday. We knew the conditions would be challenging today but my gang was up to it. David and Winter Foret joined me for what looked like to be a skunk. Dirty water and 2-3 footers at the first stop had me convinced of it for sure. Further to the west the other guys found some clean water and were on a decent bite so off we went. 6 trout and a bull red hit the deck and things got silent. Made a short move and found some heavy trout biting about 1 in 20 casts. We picked away til noon to put together a solid box of trout. Big thanks to Capt. Marty Lacoste for setting up the trip!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Day 2 Trout Haul 6-24-14
Tuesday morning the wind was blowing 18 mph in Caillou Bay and with the waves near white capping, I offered the Moulerie gang an option to press on or turn around. This was their 2nd day of trout fishing and they were hardheaded. LOL. They decided they would take the beating in hopes of destroying some speckled trout. I was quite confident we wouldn't catch jack. We arrived to the location at daybreak to find difficulty setting anchor, but surprisingly the water clarity was fishable despite the pummeling southwest wind. We were armed with only plastic double and single rigged baits. The first cast produced a hefty speckled trout and I was confused. Yeah right, is that really a trout? Nah, can't be! Indeed it was. And indeed were the 24 fish that followed in the wee hours of daylight. Then the dreaded switch turned off and the bite ceased. The gulf had calmed gently enough to raise anchor and change zipcodes. Moments later after a brief boat ride to the east, we ran across a patch of emerald green water. The sun was out and the improving conditions had me convinced this was would be the money spot. Minutes later my suspicions were proven to be correct. Some logs started to clear the gunwales cast after cast. The bite was insane and when the smoke cleared 100 trout were in a slurry of ice and seawater! Reece Moulerie only thought the day before was his best trout trip ever. This day had changed his mind rather quickly! Big thanks to Jason Moulerie for the trip! I know Reece will be talking to all of his friends about this one! Another thanks to Capt. Tommy Pellegrin for setting up the trip! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupont rn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Reece Moulerie with his first double

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Cocodrie Trout Action Remains Consistent
At daybreak the coastal storms popped and cracked but we found a gap and went for it. The wind from their wake was unwelcomed, but away we went. Got to the hot spot only to find dirty water and hardheads. We had to change zipcodes in search of better luck. To the west of us another shower popped up but once again we dodged the madness of the sky. Live shrimp plucked the water followed by our popping corks and the first cast a trout submerged it and wound up bathing in ice. I figured this was the beginning of a limit to follow but many casts later found empty water. At this point with conditions deteriorating I felt we were fighting a losing battle, so quickly we went to plan B, bull reds. Out came the cracked crab and the Penn Battles strained against the current. Ten minutes and not a bite. 15 minutes. Nothing. Then one of the boys threw out a live shrimp. The rod bent and I expected a hardhead. Keeper trout! What? Maybe we're on to something. The tide is falling good and the water is clean. Why not? Well, for one I've never ever caught trout at this location. I switched everyone over to carolina rigs with live shrimp and the trout kept coming! We settled down into battle and when the smoke cleared 50 trout were flopping around in the K2. We shut it down around 12:30 just as the tide was stalling. This little guy Reece Molerie said it was his best day if fishing ever. Pretty sure the smile says it all! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

6-21-14 Day 2 Reds with the Youngster
Saturday we got an early start with the youngster being a trooper and ready to reel in the reds. We started where we left off the day before but it was slow. As the day went on the kid was reeling in the reds willing to bite and hopefully made some awesome memories with her dad. She was worn slap out from two days of fishing and slept the whole ride home. Big thanks to Capt. Marty Lacoste for setting up the trip!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Quick Report Cocodrie 6-19-14
Today went about the same as yesterday with the trout bite starting early and finishing early. I never trust the lunar tables but the last two days have been spot on. My crew and I went right back to the spot where I left them biting yesterday and started yankin' trout right away. Had to have live shrimp as they would not touch plastic. Emerald green water and slow tide movement with a slight chop but we were able put together a decent box of trout. My crew called it a day at 11:00 as they had all the meat they came for. Big thanks to Capt. Marty Lacoste for setting up the trip!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Solid Day of Cocodrie Trout 6-18-14
This year seems like a roller coaster in regards to trout fishing and it has been one of the toughest challenges to locate a decent sized school of trout. One day you catch 100 and the next two days you find 1 or 2. The Last Island and Timbalier Island areas have been very fishable over the last week. The water is emerald green in most places and with weather like today, you would think a limit would be easy this time of year. This morning I brought live croakers and shrimp along hoping to increase the odds of catching. Our first stop in Terrebonne Bay looked perfect. From the first few minutes of daylight til about 7:15 there was a good bite and we put 20 fish in the box with live shrimp under a cork being the top selection. We hung around til 9:00 with only 1 more fish to add. Bouncing around different wellheads provided no further success except a few sheepshead. At 12:30 I made one last ditch effort at a place I\'ve never fished before. By this time the tide was dead slack. Evidently it didn\'t matter to the fish because they were chomping and there was a lot of them. Somehow, catching them wasn\'t too easy because of the seemingly ever-present hardhead catfish. When the smoke cleared and the bite shut down, we had 61 nice keepers! Big thanks to good customers Dr. Nick Hatzis and Channon Campesi for the good times! rnrnCapt. Rob DupontrnImpulse Fishing Chartersrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Smokin' Hot Trout
This morning I just had the feeling the fish would cooperate. My plan was falling into place until my customers were late and we had to wait in line at the bait boat. No problem I thought, the trout should be boiling the water everywhere and finding a spot would be no problem. Onward with 100 live croakers and 100 live shrimp we rode south. I had Capt. Eric Pellegrin running the second boat with my customers as part of a 6 person family trip. When we arrived to the spot I had picked out, there were 3 boats already there. We stayed a safe distance and made some casts away from the platform to see what was up. No one was catching fish and a couple of the boats picked up and left, and we moved in for the kill. One man's trash is another mans treasure, I thought. Not 10 minutes later the reels were smoking and speckled trout were piling up in the boat one after another. All the live bait we bought was slowly dying one by one as our double rigged Reflexion Swimbaits had the fish in a frenzy. The bite went on this way for 30 minutes or so then the tide went slack. We waited it out and next thing you know the fireworks went off again. My customers were steady strokin' the trout and when the smoke cleared I was drenched in sweat and trout slime. Gotta love it! By 10:00 we were headed north with our 100 fish. Capt. Eric and his crew whacked them just the same. Good times in Terrebonne Bay today! Big thanks to Capt. Eric for taking care of business!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

6-6-14 Trout Haul
Beautiful skies and slick as a mirror seas greeted us before dawn this morning in Dularge. We were on the prowl before the chickens today and the sky cracked when we got to our first stop. First cast and we are doubled up on spanish mackerel. Bummer. 2nd cast we were doubled up on bluefish. I certainly didn't expect this nonsense today and as I was telling my customers we couldn't put up with this, one of them slung a 3 lb trout over the side. Now what? Every 3rd cast produced a trout and the other two were stripped to smithereens. Oh well, no time to play around lets roll. Second stop was surprisingly empty of boats except for one that was slaughtering the trout. I dropped the iPilot within a safe distance and everyone hooked up on the first cast. The bite wasn't exactly on fire because the fish wanted the plastic worked slow, almost not reeling at all. Sometimes they hit it on the fall but most casts our baits were sitting on the bottom. We put a good lick on 'em until suddenly the place went dead. It was only 8:00. There was absolutely 0 mph wind and the tide stood still. We bounced around a few more spots and tried to wait out another bite. At 10:30 we ran to the coast and caught a couple reds and called it a day. Good times and great people! Thanks to Stephen and Brad Burleigh and Ryan Elliot for a great day! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Trout Explosion!
Thankfully we finally have some stable weather and obviously the speckled trout have been waiting for us. They probably haven't seen or heard a boat in over a week so the ambush was as easy as it gets this morning. I was running today along with 3 other boats for a big group of guys staying at The Reel Inn. It took awhile to drag them out of bed but we hit the coast at the crack of dawn. At our first stop offshore, shrimp were exploding out of the water with trout in hot pursuit. Game on. The trout attacked our double rigs ferociously and after boating 20 fish, it was over. Since there was lots of territory to cover and hardly any competition, we decided to stick and move. Every spot we fished was holding fish and after 5 stops, we had 80 fat trout cooling in the K2. We decided to call it a day early and best the heat. Incredible fishing today and hopefully this will continue!!! Between all 4 boats we totaled 360 trout. Big thanks to Marty Lacoste for setting up the trip!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Last Minute Trip Discount!
I've had some last minute cancellations this weekend for Friday and Saturday, May 16 & 17. I'll knock off $100 per trip! Let's go! The trout are biting and the weather looks great! 225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Hot Bite in Cocodrie
This morning I met my good customers Dr. Nick Hatzis and Cody Jackson at Southern Comfort in Dulac. They brought along their good fishing buddy Brennan Keen and we jumped in Nick's 24 Ranger. Since these winds have had us locked in for over a week, I really had no idea where the fish might be, but I was headed south with a plan. With southerly winds being a major factor in water clarity, I really didn't have high hopes for the day, especially with the degrading forecast. Luckily, we dodged the morning storms that skirted us to the west and we were off to the coast. The first stop I decided to hide in a protected area and the water was actually fishable, so the lines went out. I hadn't fished this spot since last summer but it's always a holding ground for speckled trout this time of year. The fish cooperated. Immediately we started slinging in the yellas one after another, keeping 1 to 10 fish. This went on until I had boated about 25 trout only keeping a handfull. All of sudden, the skies cleared and the wind laid down just enough to poke the nose out into the bay and see that it was calm enough to fish. I knew right where to go. I found emerald green water next to a platform out east and it was game on! Big trout too for this neck of the woods! We did some damage when the bite was hot and stopped at 90 trout. Tomorrow looks trashed but hopefully this weekend will produce some good fishing. My customers had a blast and we're scheduled to do it again next week! I have the 28th and 29th of this month up for grabs if anyone is interested! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing

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