My father used to use a red contact, they get cashy if you drop them out while looking down all the time for blood. Might also be kinda hard for a color blind hunter to find a red lense on the forest floor, when they can't even see a speck of deer blood in the first place. I was just kinda wondering if a red lense on a flash light would obtain the same results as the contact? Maybe you could ask your father-in-law what he thinks? I'm guessing the red light would't work the same way a contact does. I guess the best way to track a wounded deer if your color blind, would be to invest in a blood hound, if that's legal there.ORIGINAL: JPH
I spoke with my father-in-law. He said that they make a bright red contact lense that is worn in one eye and will assist in color vision. He said very few people wear them b/c they look very strange. But if you were to only put it in when you're going to follow a blood trail, no big deal.
If you already wear contacts, you have already been sized. If not, you need to see an optometrist and get fitted.
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