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Default Discraft big z neon green discs?

Has anyone thrown one of the discraft neon green big z discs? How easy/hard is it to locate them after throwing compared to other colors? I want to try out a big z Heat but not sure if I should go with the neon green or just buy it in orange. Thanks.
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Never thrown anything BigZ but I love neon green discs. Everyone insists they camo into foliage but the neon-ness makes them pop. Flydye for instance is WAYYY worse for me to find.

Three currently in my bag:
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I had an Ace Race heat and the some is so high I could see it on the football field 350ft away. It's not hard to see for me and pretty shiny.

I have a darker green Force(Nate Doss SC one) and thought it would be hard to find but its not terrible either.
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All of my mids are chartreuse or yellow. Super easy to spot unless you are blinded by glancing rays at sunset. Chartruese Z plastic is nice and vibrant. I have an older pearly opaque Z Buzzz that is even more vibrant than my clear Buzzz SSs, Slightly swirly Buzzz SS falls in with this pattern as well.

I don't believe they blend in to the foliage, unless in extreme lighting. Chartruese is a very unnatural hue.

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Thanks for everyone's answers. I decided to go with peach colored just to be safe.
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I have a peach big z nuke and it's not bad either. But in the woods it's a punk.
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I throw a peach glo FLX Buzzz OS That is the hardest disc to find :/. I try not to lose track of it. I play in the woods quite a bit. In dead grass/ low light it can blend in too though.
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Best color is correlative to the environment you are playing in. My greens come out in the fall. Pink is the least naturally-occuring color in nature, so pink is always the safe bet. Pink sucks when the leaves change in fall, though.
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