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I personanly wouldn't use a Skeeter in the wind. Too "domey".
I agree with Tino, too domey for any consistency in wind. I'd be throwing stuff with a blunter edge like Firebird/FL, Teebird or Eagle for drivers. Wind disc mids would probably be Roc/Cro or Gator.
you need to try (for driving) into a headwind, something like a TeeRex. Its designed to cut wind (not fart). But seriously, ask some local palyers who have played a while in the windy conditions, they can point you in the right direction. I think even a gator would be too "domey" for a headwind shot. Too much "rim" on the disc.
here is a link to a pretty good article about playing in the wind.....
sorry couldn't get the hyperlink feature to work...must copy and paste.
Just the opposite. R-L understable and L-R overstable. Thats if you are RHBH thrower. I play in a VERY windy area ( Vacaville CA ) 15 to 20mph Worst day 30+. So I've had some practice with wind.Angle of the"windy side" of the disc is important to.