These exceptional nymphs are hand tied in Ireland by Paul Molloy. Originally, a lake angler, born on the shore of one of the world’s premier wild trout fisheries, lough corrib. Paul has spent all his life working the shallows of corrib with traditional lough style techniques. Recently, he has adjusted to river fishing and the range of modern techniques which are involved. Pauls tying career began when he was old enough to hold a bobbin and he has continued to learn the craft. With his adjustment to river fishing, his tying has also evolved from dabblers, mayflies and bumbles to that of sleek nymphs, small spiders and delicate dry’s which are a necessity for Irish rivers.