Hot Marabou Action Versatile Streamer Material
This photo of the grey (or gray) could be better and we will
try and replace it soon. The flash washed it out quite a
bit, but MINNOW GREY is an achromatic color of lightness
between the extremes of black and white, is a color for fish
and animals that use shadows and flickering light to hide
in. As previously mentioned, the Black Nosed Dace and many,
many minnow patterns require the extensive use of greys in
various hues. To be perfectly frank, the complete streamer
fly fishermen of the sport simply order the entire color
set of FISH-FUZZ because tying with it is like trying to
eat potato chips. "Bet you can't eat just one?"
In fly tying the most livid, exacting minnow patterns possible,
require the use of more than two colors and often three, depending
upon the species of prey being duplicated. Matching the minnow is as
vital as matching the hatch.
Fishing at late dusk and into the the failing light and dark,
the big bruisers start coming out and begin hunting and corralling
minnows in the shallows. Three to fifteen pound Browns lose caution
and the bigger the minnow you can tie the better. The advantages offered
the fly fishermen in the know regarding FISH-FUZZ is
its' light gathering abilities. It makes no difference if one is fishing
with a full moon or just star light, this material allows fly tiers
the advantage of tying perfect, minnow counterfeits.
Gehrke's Fish-Fuzz is an ultra-fine fly tying material. It breaths,
flows and mimics every movement imparted to your flies and streamers
like marabou does.
Fish-Fuzz is so alive looking in the water that fish
literally go crazy to eat it. Salt water fishermen are especially impressed.
Your streamers will shimmer and quiver in an electric display of excitement.
Leeches radiate the very essence of helplessness. Wet flies and nymphs
pulsate and wiggle like small floundering insects. Streamers dart like
frightened and terrorized minnows!
Nothing blends with as much realism as Gehrke's Fish-Fuzz.