The purpose of fly fishing is to trick a fish on any artificial fly that has been hand-tied and made with things like hair, feathers, etc. to look like natural invertebrates or baitfish. The fly is cast using a fly rod, reel, and specialized weighted line.
What is so special about fly fishing?
Fly fishing allows for an upstream presentation and stealthier presentation. In addition, you can work in tighter quarters when fly fishing. Spin fishing works well for imitating bait fish or crawdads and are presented at all water depths and are retrieved vs thrown upstream and brought to you.
Why are two flies stuck together?
The answer is simple. They are mating. Adult females will emerge and live 3 to 4 days, just long enough to mate before they die. Because of this, they must stick together at all time.
Why do flies rub their hands?
Rubbing Behavior Flies rub their limbs together to clean them. This may seem counterintuitive given these insects seemingly insatiable lust for filth and grime, but grooming is actually one of their primary activities.
What happens if you pull lovebugs apart?
They can damage your cars paint. The remains of lovebugs can damage the paint on your car because hours in the sun can cause their bodies to turn acidic. To avoid this, be sure to rinse and remove the lovebugs on the surface of your car within a day.