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Do you worry about the color when Disc is chosen?
I choose the orange or red recently if I am the same weight. If it is you, is what color Disc chosen though the flight seems to be different according to the color?

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Up here in the mountains the leaves are falling so any orange, red or yellow discs blend in with the leaves & are easily lost. Tie-die & black discs will dissapear even quicker. In the summer I lose my green discs.

**And when can you throw a clear disc? **

I tend to use day-glo colors, no earthtones. The brighter, the better. I would'nt have a problem throwing pink plastic but have not as of yet.

I had a blue Champion Wraith that I lost a while back. It was my favorite because of the way it flew. But that blue color is probably my favorite.
I also often lose sight of Disc during winter from autumn.
It is difficult to select Disc of the color of a favorite color and the favor never lost.
It is actually difficult though it is likely to only have to have to it a lot.

Yeddie VanHalen said:
Up here in the mountains the leaves are falling so any orange, red or yellow discs blend in with the leaves & are easily lost. Tie-die & black discs will dissapear even quicker. In the summer I lose my green discs.

**And when can you throw a clear disc? **

I tend to use day-glo colors, no earthtones. The brighter, the better. I would'nt have a problem throwing pink plastic but have not as of yet.

I had a blue Champion Wraith that I lost a while back. It was my favorite because of the way it flew. But that blue color is probably my favorite.
Dark colors for Snow !!!
I like orange or bright color's...they are easier to find. I live in Colorado, I have found that during certain times of the year i.e. when the grass is high and the sun is shinning just right....it can be next to impossible to find a yellow disc. Thus, the orange or brighter colors.
I prefer day glow yellow. I try to play all year round, and the day glow really catches the sunlight in the snow. It even lights up the surrounding area, unless of course it drives itself into a 5ft. snow drift.
Black putter club ,bright drivers. Hey Innova users is orange more stable than blue(DX)?
Yeah! .....what he said.....Black Putter...Bright Driver
gotta go with white, unless its in Wisconsin, in the winter. In Wisco in the winter, a beeping disc is best!
Unless there somebody mentions a certain color/run being favorable to me, I prefer hot pink.
got a bag full of pink and purple. I find those colors offset the Iron maiden and Slayer t-shirts I'm usually wearing
white star so i can dye something bad ass on it. i can lose any color disc so i don't base it on that. if i cant find a white star i go with what i don't currently have i my bag so i can quickly differentiate between them........ holy shit i just spelled checked and aparently i spelled that right on my first try!
My favorite color is my Black Gateway Wizard, and my Black/Dark Purple E Blurr with a White pinstripe Peace symbol, however it really sucks trying to find these 2 discs.
Otherwise I try to use all of the bright neon colors, Yellow, Green, Orange. The brighter the better!!!
I also like these new Latitude 64 discs, it doesn't really matter what color they are as long as the sun is out. They have such a high gloss that they really stand out! I wish all the companies would get that shine on there discs.

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