Cinnamon Bear Fish-Fuzz is
one of those Fish-Fuzz colors that drives trout mad!
Used in nymphs such as the Western Golden Stone Fly Nymph
and in Muddler Minnows, it has a certain magic about it.
I can't explain it any better.
This box of FISH-FUZZ Streamers are made with
properly cut and shaped velcro (obtainable in various colors)
heads which have jelly-bean eyes glued on each side. You can
see how Cinnamon Bear Fish-Fuzz is used as an overback
(right-rear) over a white belly. The same style is used on
the (left-front) blue minnow which is a deadly Salt Water
Streamer. This King Fisher Blue Darter Fish-Fuzz Streamer is
deadly in Alaska fished at the mouth of rivers as they enter
the salt water. Although not shaped entirely like an anchovy,
this is one of those color combinations that match the memory
of the Coho and/or Silver Salmon including the King Salmon,
Calico Salmon also known as the Dog Salmon, and so forth.
Pink Salmon are included in how deadly this particular Fish-Fuzz Style
Streamers are. Large lower, hook jawed mandible of the Sockeye
will slam a Gehrke's Fish-Fuzz Streamer until you have
to go to a masseuse with either a very sore arm or a dislocated
Gehrke's Fish-Fuzz is an ultra-fine fly tying material. It breaths,
flows and mimics every movement imparted to your wet flies and streamers.
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.