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

Incredible Terrible Day in Dularge!
I don't think anyone saw this coming with the beautiful conditions laid before us today on the water. Slick calm, light wind, sunny skies and mild temperatures had me feeling like it was going to be epic! First stop didn't produce a fish despite emerald green water. Neither did the second or the third! Fishing numerous spots in Lake Mechant devoid of bait had me scratching my head. I decided to take a gamble and run south in hopes of discovering life. Surprisingly the first cast produced a 3 lb trout. The next lost a 3 lb trout. I figured we were on to something! Ok, now the ice is dirty let's get this bite going. Stuck around the area awhile and only put 4 more fish in the boat. Some solid fish though. The rest is history. Ran back up north and jogged from one spot to the next in hopes of putting enough fish in the box to fry. At least that goal was accomplished but with the conditions today it should have been off the chain!!!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Party on the DU!
Today I was part of a 3 boat trip out of the Reel Inn down Dularge. I had a group from Texas on the Skeeter today and at first light the party started! We were slinging trout in the boat for awhile til the jaws locked up. After that it was a game of cat and mouse but the guys enjoyed themselves tremendously. Many jokes on the Skeeter today better left unsaid! Big thanks to Capt. Marty LaCoste for setting up the trip! Also a big thanks to Southern Lite LED for the new boat light! Another thanks goes out to David's Custom Jigheads for providing the newest innovation in trout catching machines! For your good time on the water give me a holler! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Crazy Day Fishing!
Who would have thought??? Today was shaping up to be the absolute most perfect day to fish we've had this year. Beautiful skies, no wind, clean water, birds diving...the list goes on and on. When the first cast of the day produced a trout, I had butterflies knowing what was about to go down. Ah ah, these fish had better plans today than to feed. One thing led to another and I found myself wandering around Dularge aimlessly and dumbfounded. I couldn't believe that all these spots I was fishing for the past week were no longer holding fish. We did find one hot bite that lasted about 20 minutes until some schmuck decided to run over our fish and added 19 more trout to our 1 already in the box. Next thing you know, we're redfishing. That wasn't looking too promising at first either but Capt. Andre was on a hot bite and called me over. Lots of undersized fish but we boxed 6 before calling it a day. All in all, our customers had the time of their lives and went home with lots of meat! Big thanks to Capt. Travis Miller and Capt. Andre Trahan for running my second and third boat today and putting the guys on some meat on such a tough day!!! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Me and Capt. Andre\'s group
Mary Hamilton with her first fish ever!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Last Day with Pure Fishing!
Originally the team was only going to fish two days but they didn't want to leave! We saw an opportunity with another break in the weather and wanted to get in a quick Trout trip before they had to leave to catch their flight. This seem to be the only logical thing to do with the bite being so great lately and we were off to the races at first light. For the last two days the new Berkley Havoc Grass Pig colors have been killing the trout and today was no different. I put the power pole down at the first stop and never moved. The bite was out of this world and we clocked nearly 100 fish keeping 40 before the bite shut down. We checked out a couple more spots and left at 10:30 for the dock. This group had an incredible south Louisiana experience and they can't wait to get on the drawing board for some new and exciting things for our bait and tackle market! Big thanks to Gerald Gaspard and Capt. Tommy Pellegrin for setting up the trip and CiJii Marshall for doing all the cooking!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Day 2 With Pure Fishing 4-9-14
Today the team wanted to battle some bulls and test some of their new equipment. The new Abu Garcia Orra 3000's spooled with the new 30 lb Trilene braid and paired with medium Volatile spinning rods and we were off. First stop along the coast with cracked crab and the rods were bending. Bull reds and drum up to 25 lbs put the gear to the test and they passed. We checked out a few more spots and continued pulling on the bulls. We did this til noon and headed back inshore to the lakes. The winds had calmed down and the water cleaned up. Word on the water was the trout bite had been slow all morning but I was determined to feel some trout thumps. 2 stops was all it took to finish off the day with 13 trout! One more day to fish with these guys and hopefully we end it with a bang! rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Trout Bashing Continues 4-8-14!!!
Team Pure Fishing came from the north to enjoy some Louisiana weather, food, and fishing! The guys came to the right place and last night we welcomed them to the Impulse Fishing Lodge with inch and a half cut ribeyes and loaded baked potatoes. They wanted the full service experience so that\\\'s what we\\\'re giving them! Full breakfast early this morning and we were off to the stomping grounds. First 5 casts put 4 trout in the boat and I thought it was gonna go off. Never got another bite so we pressed on to spot number 2. Fish on! We sat there and whacked on them until the gail force winds forced us to cry uncle. One last pass in the marsh gave up a nice red to end the day! Boiling crawfish tonight and getting ready for day 2 tomorrow! Thanks to CiJii Marshall for the cooking and Capt. Tommy Pellegrin for setting up the trip!!!rnrnCapt. Rob Dupontrn225-776-9820rnwww.impulsefishingcharters.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

BAM!!! Spring Trout Run Has Begun in Dularge!!!
Today was the day we have been waiting for in regards to the spring speckled trout run! The people that get paid to predict weather have been consistently wrong the past few days and today was no different. The radar looked good at 4:30 this morning and the crew was amped to go fishing. I ran a boat for Capt. Marty's 3 boat charter group and we were all prepared for a day of shrimp soaking. With fresh bait we rolled out in the fog but quickly realized the conditions in front of us were perfect trout conditions! The lakes were slick calm and the water was gorgeous! First stop in crystal clean water put 7 trout on ice and the switch turned off. Heard some radio chatter among the crew and off we went. Pulled up to an oyster reef and the guys were slinging in trout almost every cast. This hot action lasted until we had 50 fish in the box. The bite slowed down and we were off to spot number 3. I was going to fish another reef when I heard gulls laughing. In the distance I could see them crashing on shrimp, which was a welcomed sight!! Without hesitation I eased up and got a closer look. Yep, definitely shrimp popping! It was on everycast and my crew was smashing the trout again! This is what we've been waiting for after a rather dismal March. The guys had the time of their lives catching more fish than the ever have in their life! Nearly 300 trout hit the tables today between 3 boats! It's on! Come get it! 225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Action Remains Consistent!
With a beautiful day in the forecast my customers and I set out to put some memories in the books and some fish in the box. Today in the Skeeter was Byron Toups and his son Tristan. Beautiful water, very little wind, and a perfect sunrise had my mind made up that the day was already a success. The bite started out slow and on the bottom with most feeling like dead weight. As the day progressed the fish started sticking the baits a little harder. We worked over the marsh in Lake Mechant and the guys had a blast! Tristan smacked a flounder, 3 reds and some trout like a pro! Great day guys and thanks for the good company! For your enjoyable day on the water, call 225-776-9820 \r\n\r\nwww.impulsefishingcharters.com\r\nwww.facebook.com/impulsefishing\r\nIntagram @ ImpulseFishing

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Last Minute Cancellation!
I had a trip cancel for tomorrow, Saturday 3/15 if anyone wants to go trout fishing. It looks like it's going to be a perfect day! rnrnCapt. RobrnImpulse Fishing Chartersrnwww.impulsefishingcharters.comrnwww.facebook.com/impulsefishingrn225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge 4 Day Report
Starting Friday I fished four days straight counting today. Conditions have been near perfect with the winds laying down and temperatures up. Under these circumstances the fishing was hot, but not as hot as it should have been. Friday we worked hard for 25 trout with and a red. Some folks out there did better but the bite was really spot oriented. Thanks to Capt. Marty Lacoste for setting up the trip. Saturday was a bit more of the same, but the bite got better as the weekend progressed. Additionally, the bite was really soft and there were a lot of short strikes. We probably caught around 35 trout and missed about the same. At one point, my customer asked me to fish with his rod and reel to see if I could feel the bites because he couldn't. That's when you know the trout are being slippery! Sunday I had a crew from Canada on their first trip to Louisiana. We hit the honey hole earlier than daylight and it paid off. We were catching every cast until a rude boater motored through the fishing hole and 50 feet from my boat. When you're fishing a really narrow bayou and you see people catching fish, I recommend shutting down the engine and trolling past. Anyway, we left that spot and went elsewhere and ended up finishing up our limit of 75 trout. The bite peaked on Sunday. Thanks to Capt. Tommy Pellegrin for setting up that trip. Today I had high hopes for a repeat of Sunday, and first thing this morning it started shaping up to be that way. Right off the bat, we caught 10 quick then the bite died in a matter of minutes. There was another spot holding fish that I just knew would be hot, but that didn't pan out either. I abandoned trout fishing and took a gamble on some reds that I haven't fished since last fall. With the water level being so low today, I was right and struck gold. We hooked 14 reds and landed 11 in short order. With those and 23 trout in the box, we jumped back over to where the trout were and found a hot bite. Picked up another 17 trout for a total of 40 on the day. Thanks to Capt. Travis for setting up this trip. Fishing will get better and better as long as the weather holds up. We should start to see some shrimp moving into the lakes soon. I have a feeling the trout bite will explode when that happens! Give me a call to get on a trip! Capt. Rob 225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Weekend Update
With yesterday's frontal passage I encouraged my customers to reschedule, but it was simply entertainment they wanted so we hit the water in the gale force winds. We were met with what I anticipated in conditions such as these and it was exactly what we got, err...what we didn't get. Yep, we skunked. Zero, nada, scratch, goose egg. At least they caught a buzz. Moving right along. This morning was supposed to be dead calm as it was last night but once again the weather guessers failed miserably. Greeted with high winds and dirty water, I expected the same results as yesterday. Tucked in the marsh behind some rozos we found the end of the falling tide, and there was a bit of life. 1,2,3 trout came in quick then a red. We made several drifts through the same area sticking out the slack tide and managed to put meat in the box. My customers were satisfied and called it a day around noon. Hearsay has it that shrimp are beginning to show up in the lakes and the birds are gathering for the spring run. I hope it begins sooner than later. Stay tuned for the latest in the Bayou Dularge area!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Trout and Reds 2-16-14
Chris and Dodie Jones joined me today for some Dularge saltwater action. We worked hard for these and they had a great time! Patience was key today and we stuck it out till 3:00. We picked away and caught trout in spurts. The fish seemed to have scattered the last two days and weren't balled up in any one spot. With every move we picked away, catching very few throwbacks. Slow on the bottom was the ticket with most feeling like dead weight. The few reds we found we picked off tailing in the shallows. Perhaps the full moon had the bite funny or maybe it was the pressure. In the end, my customers went home happy and will be coming back!rnrnCapt. Robrn225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Red and Yellow 2-15-14
Well the fish are still biting in Dularge. Not total destruction today but we found fish biting in spurts here and there. The trout made an appearance but the reds we have been catching have scattered. Water temps in the mid 50's those trout should have gone bananas. We worked today to put fish in the box but in the end everyone had a blast and went home with meat. Hope to bust em up in the morning. Capt Rob 225-776-9820

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

2-5-14 Redfish Bash
It was a chilly morning in Dularge with the passage of the front last night, so I encouraged my customers to take their time getting down here. Cup of coffee at 7:30, got me some nabs and cranked the Duramax. She popped off with a rumble of the straight pipe and at 8:00 on the dot, my girls showed up. Tana and her sister Cara heard tell of the crazy redfish action down here and made the hike from Baton Rouge. Got to Jug\'s and dumped the Skeeter in the drink and off we went. 5 gallons of gas later, deep in the heart of redfish country, the yamaha slowed to a crawl and down the power pole went. After a brief lesson in casting the Penn Battle 4000\'s, the duo pitched into a pocket of water 4 feet deep and the reds came a nibblin. 5 fish cleared the gunwales in a matter of minutes. Then the dreaded light switch turned off. Nothing. Nothing. Well, lets move around a little bit, I know their still here. Dropped the I-Pilot and moved around the location a bit finally honing in on another school. The bite was subtle and most of the time the fish would peck at the baits, so it took some concentration on the girls part. They were troopers though and when the smoke cleared, we had our 15 in no time. With the cold wind howling, we made the trek back in before noon. 51 degree water temperature today but the trout didn\'t make an appearance. These fronts need to quit so things can get into springtime mode real soon. I\'m ready to go!

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Girls Day Out 2-1-14
This morning was no different than any other morning. My customers on time, boat in tip top shape; armed and ready to pierce the waters of lower Terrebone parish. Actually, it was very different. Entertaining clients is the name of the game in this business and boy did I have my hands full. Friday night an entourage of 12 ladies pulled up to my camp with mountains of food, beverages and gear, excited for their day of fishing and bachelorette weekend to follow. Estrogen overload. And so it began. Two boats, two captains, and 8 survivors of the night pushed onward toward bountiful waters. I had to make a choice. Go to waters that held fish the day before or see if the last place I caught fish had any life. I chose wrong. We arrived on the scene of filthy water and a mass of boats piled up on the hot spot. A rough start indeed. I quickly abandoned the area and bounced over to the Bayou Saveur area where we found the reds willing and waiting! With 4 girls on board, the decision was made to keep it simple. Out comes the bait shrimp and corks! Lol. First cast the cork goes down and the fun began! The girls put a genuine whipping on the reds and drum in no time at all! Most of them had never caught a fish before so you can imagine the thrills they got from fighting these fish one after another! The trip was a complete success and they are already planning another trip. Thanks to Capt. Rhyan Leblanc for running the second boatrnrnFebruary is a great month for reds and I have plenty days open!rnCapt. Rob 224-776-9820

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Mary Hamilton with her first fish ever!
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