Yep, it's almost that time again. I'm wondering how I only lost one disc, an uber-beat yellow P-PD, last winter. I came close to losing my beloved Glow Wizard- besides white-on-white preventing approach shots, spent 2 hours getting it off a thinly frozen lake by throwing sticks at it- and despite owning 10-11 exact back-ups, now realizing I don't want to risk it this winter. One thing I did discover is day-glow green is somehow the easiest color to see under the snow.
Anyhow, my primary question is this: what should I get to use as a winter-use Wizard, both in terms of softness and color? My glows are pretty much Soft, but if you throw it in the fridge it certainly stiffens. How many S's thrown in a fridge=Soft at room temperature? I'm thinking black for color mostly because then my collection would be awesomely black and white, but honestly I found a couple black discs last winter and laughed at the idiots who thought they'd be easier to find.
Another question: flx, yay or nay? Like should I bother, because in the summer flx is the worst, but that's irrelevant for winter use. I could simply bag an esp buzzz, but would buying a flx buzzz for the winter be worth it?
Thanks in advance.
Disc Golf (n): A game in which a round plastic object is thrown into trees until it is beat in to resemble its preferred flight characteristics, at which point it is thrown into a lake.