Houma Fishing Charters

Houma, Louisiana is home to an awesome inshore fishery. Impulse Fishing Charters dedicates its time to fishing these waters all year long. We offer full day charters at affordable rates, and can even accommodate up to 16 anglers with our multi-boat fishing charter options.

 

Whether professional or novice, friends or family – We invite everyone to come and see what kind of spectacular fishing can be had in our local waters here. From marsh fishing to grass flats, Houma is truly a world class inshore fishery.

 

Houma offers you action-packed fishing for redfish, seatrout, black drum, and sheepshead. We use artificial and live baits and can accommodate fly fisherman as well.

 

“Bull” Red’s in Houma

 

We know that one of the biggest requests we receive from traveling anglers here in Louisiana is an opportunity to catch the famous Bull Red. Houma is home to an active Bull redfish population (a “bull” red is officially a redfish over 27 inches), and these guys can reach into the 35+” range during certain times of the year.

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A fisherman in Houma Louisiana with a large redfish

Redfish in Houma

Though considered to be at their peak in August through Septemeber, Houma is home to a highly active year-round redfish fishery. Your limit is 5 per angler, and we also offer catch and release trips.

A young fisherman with a fresh caught sea trout

Family Fun

For the family looking for something fun and memorable to do in Houma, Louisianna – not much will beat a family fun day on the water fishing and exploring the coastal waters here. Create lifetime memories with Impulse Fishing Charters.

An angler holding up a sea trout caught in Houma

Fill the Cooler

Many of our guests like to take fresh fish home from their fishing trip with us. Louisianna as generous bag limits and leaving with a supply of fish is a definite option. We recommend bringing a cooler and bags for transporting home.

A fisherman with a large black drum just caught in Houma

Fishing Diversity

We talk a lot about redfish here and that’s not by accident –  we have a world-renowned redfish fishery. However, we are home to massive populations of seatrout, aggressive black drum, sheepshead, and flounder.

Latest Fishing Reports

Weekly Report

Inclimate weather continues to hinder fishing opportunities in the coastal region. High winds are still making it difficult to fish areas that are actually holding fish and my days have been a grind to catch fish. Although the box at the end of the d

Friday 4-13-18

The wind continues to howl in lower Terrebonne Parish making the job I have more difficult than ever. One day it screams from the north bringing cold air, the next it cranks from the south. This pattern presents challenges such as dirty water, sudden

Busy Season Kicks Off

March was a great month for me in that I had more trips than any other year in business. When you get to fish that much in March you realize the time spent waiting for speckled trout to show up is much longer than you...

Sheepshead Roundup

Nine times out of ten when the weather forecast is wrong, it’s usually for the worst. Today was an exception where the forecast was terrible and actual conditions were near perfect. My crew from Houston was at the camp in Dulac for Carter&#8217

Two fisherman holding redfish just caught on a fishing charter in Houma with Impulse Fishing Charters

Houma, Louisiana Fishing Trips

This area in Louisianna is definitely a year-round fishery and making plans to visit here can be done during certain peak months for a specific bucket list species, or as part of a vacation that you may take during any time of year. In both cases, Houma will deliver.

 

When to Catch..?

 

Redfish – Available all year with peak months in August and September. For Bull Red’s the same two peak months offer great opportunities, but you can also add February through April as target dates.

 

Seatrout – April through July and October through December are great months for these.

 

Sheepshead – Your best bets are December through February.

 

Black Drum – All year

 

Flounder – Fall is flounder-fishing time

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