Welcome to Irish Fly Craft top Quality flies on top quality hooks
My name Is Jimmy Tyrrell,I am professional fly dresser with over thirty years experience.
If you want to contact me please email me at email@example.com as i cannot reply to messages through my guestbook page.
I tie and sell Flies to the public from all over the world as far away as Tasmania so please feel free to contact me with enquiries on ordering any patterns that you would require as it is not only Irish Patterns that I would tie .
My aim in Tying flies is to catch fish and not the Fisherman and i stand over all the flies that i tie a lot of them are of my own style and are tried and tested by me
I am a member of the Partridge pro fly tying team who are one of the best hook makers around so all my flies are tied on top quality Partridge and Kamasan hooks and top quality matterials.
I have a huge selection of flies with hundreds of different patterns to choose from, please check out my pages on Irish lough flies, river flies and Salmon flies.Ther are a lot of different types of flies on these pages such as Pheasant tail nymphs olive nymphs and small spider patterns like the partridge and orange, and a lot of small dry flies
blue winged olives pale wateries and some nice comparaduns .
I also have a good selection for the lakes like olive dabblers and some good mayfly patterns french partridge wet patterns and some good spent gnat and olive mayfly patterns These are only a few of the patterns that I tie as it would be impossible to show them all.
All River flies are €1.50 each, mayflies and most lough patterns are €2.00 each. and Salmon flies are €3.50 each. If there are any patterns that you require tied for you please let me know.
copied patterns are € 2.00 each as there is a bit more work in them
If you wish to purchase anything please let me know. Payment can be done by cheque or postal order or through pay pal.
I will be setting up a shopping cart in the near future to allow payment on line.
The flies in the pictures are from the top Chatreause cascade and the famous Mallard and claret