Ok fellas, which is it? Do you hunt squirrels in camo, blaze orange or whatever you might be wearing when the opportunity to hunt presents itself? In the early season, since around here the only folk in the woods gun hunting are squirrel hunters with bowhunters close behind, I prefer to wear camo or, at the very least olive drab, etc. However, as the general small game season opens up with bird and rabbit hunters about, I frequently switch over to blaze orange (cap.) And, of course, during the muzzleloader and regular fireams deer seasons, I wear blaze orange full time. However, although I have read that squirrels, like deer, can't "see" blaze orange, I seriously have my doubts. It seems to me that when I'm wearing blaze orange, I frequently see squirrels high-tailing it at high speed well before I am in reasonable range. So, my question is actually two-fold. Except when or where mandated and/or during the big game seasons, what do you wear when squirrel hunting - camo, blaze orange or what? Secondly, does anyone have any factual insight as to whether squirrels can actually detect blaze orange or not? Inquiring minds (mine) would like to know!