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Bar-Nun Style #58

(2 customer reviews)

$4.05

These popular old time popping bugs were designed many years ago by well known Meridian Mississippi fly fisherman Gene Nunnery for bluegill fly fishing. They have survived the test of many generations of fly fishers and are still very popular popping bugs because they consistently catch fish.  For a free copy of an interesting article about the Bar-Nun popper send me an email and ask for “The bream bug that took me back home” by outdoors writer Otha Barham from the Meridian Star Newspaper.  The famous Bar-Nun Style #58 has a chartreuse body, black hackles, yellow tail and white legs.  Made in the USA.

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These popular old time popping bugs were designed many years ago by well known Meridian Mississippi fly fisherman Gene Nunnery for bluegill fly fishing. They have survived the test of many generations of fly fishers and are still very popular popping bugs because they consistently catch fish.  For a free copy of an interesting article about the Bar-Nun popper send me an email and ask for “The bream bug that took me back home” by outdoors writer Otha Barham from the Meridian Star Newspaper.  The famous Bar-Nun Style #58 has a chartreuse body, black hackles, yellow tail and white legs.  Made in the USA.  Perfect for panfish, bream and bluegill.

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Gaines

Fish Type

Bass, Bluegill

2 reviews for Bar-Nun Style #58

  1. Bluegill Master'

    Horrendously well made popper..Set\\\'s low in the water and gives a subtle pop that tears bluegill and bass out of there comfort zone try one. I suggest the black or yellow. You won\\\'t regret it…

  2. robert jarman (verified owner)

    I am a life long resident of Meridian, Ms, I knew Mr Nunnery many years ago, i spnet lot of hours talking to him. when i would go by Nunnery Hardware in Meridian. I have bought many no 58 poppers, Most of all i got a world of information how to catch and what to use to catch Blue Gill Bream. I have caught my share and it was because i used Barnun flies.

    • Don

      Thank you for your very nice comments. We are sending you a copy of an article by Otha Barham titled “The bream bug that took me back home”. This article appeared in the Meridian Star 6/7/2007.

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