If that is the requirement, then the size is accuarate. It could also be 400 1 inch squares pinned all over your coat like leaves or a diecut pattern. A lot of hunting coats have a pullout orange sheet over thier backs, and that would be about the right size. Indiana does not allow camo orange or field coats or vest with orange panels. It must be solid orange. Ohio says camo orange is just fine, and my whole coat is camo orange. so is my hat. I don't use just the minumum, but does it make sense that it is required on the hunter INSIDE a camo full blind? It SHOULD be required when the hunter is exposed, but not when concealed. I believe indiana requires that it be a solid vest or coat but not a hat. You got to remember, most hunting laws are written by non-hunters, guided by whoever yells the loudest, and whoever has the most money to denate for thier reelections, Most hunters arn't that vocal unless thier rights are threatened, or the rules are too grevious. I would like to see a hunting liesence that could be used in any state. It is not like I could be useing the resources of more than one state at a time. But they will NEVER figure that one out.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.