This bug was developed by Neal Pultz of Pultz Poppers. It is a round chartreuse body with a flat bottom, black hackle and chartreuse tail and yellow rubber legs. It has large and wild looking eyes and two bright red dots on its bottom. Why are the bright red spots important? The theory is this, when predatory fish see red to them it means blood, blood means injured prey, injured prey means an easy meal. The Rollie Pollie is very similar to the Round Dinny. On a Mustad Needlepoint CK52S #8 hook. As with all Pultz Poppers it is made with quality material and outstanding craftsmanship. The angle of the hook assures more catches. The Rollie Pollie floats correctly, too. Proudly made in the USA.
Posted by Scott Tolar on Jun 5th 2020
Ever since Accardo went out of business, the most effective panfish fly ever devised was unobtainable. The Round Dinny was the perfect panfish fly and was without peer. This new fly is a perfect replacement for the Round Dinny. The Round Dinny was my go-to fly. This new fly is my new go-to.