#304 – Cupsuptic

#304 Cupsuptic - Robert Frandsen

#304 Cupsuptic – Robert Frandsen

Tied by: Robert Frandsen
Originated by: Herbert Welch

Hook: Mustad 94720 #2
Thread: White 8/0
Tail: Yellow hackle fibers
Butt: Mad in three parts using the rear third of the body. Rear quarter is peacock herl followed by white silk and the last quarter is peacock herl
Body: Red silk
Rib: Silver flat tinsel
Throat: Yellow hackle fibers
Wing: Two dark red saddle hackles flanked by bronze furnace saddle hackle
Shoulder: Gray dun saddle hackletwo-thirds as long as the wing
Eyes: Jungle cock nail
Head: Black

Notes: This is an intricate streamer created by Herbert Welch. It is named for the Cupsuptic Stream in the Rangeley region of Maine. The inspiration for the streamer came from a gifted fly from the U.K. and the design shares most of the complexity of Mr. Welch’s Kennebago Streamer (#67).

Robert FrandsenBob (Robert) Frandsen – I started fishing at a pretty early age going as a hanger on with my grandfather in my pre- school years.
I began tying flies at 13 under the guidance of Lance Wedlick who was well known in Australia more as writer.
“The Blacker Compendium” | Robert’s site
[visit Bob’s streamer page on Streamers 365]

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2 Responses to #304 – Cupsuptic

  1. gizmo4me2 says:

    Great page many good adv.

  2. Jim Bennett says:

    Very nice fly indeed Bob…

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