Tupps. (2188)




Tupps Indispensable fly was devised by a professional tier Mr R. S Austin of Tiverton, Devon, South West England in about 1900. G.E.M. Skues the great nymph fly fisher is believed to have given it it’s name. It is popular when pale midge or caenis are on the fish’s menu. It can be fished dry but more often wet, high in the water among the rising fish.It is an early season species that swarms as the weather gets warmer. Rising males are often blown on to the water where the trout take them quickly. The female lay their eggs a few at a time by dipping and releasing them in the water where they are vulnerable to trout attack

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