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  Posted by: tjalmy on Sep-21-12 10:08 PM (EST)
 

for wildlife encounters, the key seems to be to be the first boat in the group, or going solo, paddling quietly. It's suprising the animal that gets you the view. I think sound and movement would trump color in priority.
We have had discussions in our group over which color dragonflies prefer to land on, but I'm still in the belief that texture, rather than color, is what they will stick to on the deck.
Happy hunting,
T

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